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Day One - Home to Great Yarmouth
We make our way from the interchange to Great Yarmouth, where we stay at the Carlton Hotel. (D)
Days Two to Four - Great Yarmouth
Spend time exploring Great Yarmouth at leisure during the next few days, and enjoy our included excursions to Norwich and Cromer. (B,D)
Day Five - Great Yarmouth to Home
Time to make our way home today, as we return to the interchange. (B)
If you want a hotel close to the very best of Great Yarmouth’s attractions with easy links to the Norfolk Broads, Norwich and the very best of the scenic Norfolk Coast.
The Carlton Hotel is right on the town’s seafront with the Sea Life centre and Wellington Pier just across the road. Walk either way along Marine Parade to discover fantastic attractions and numerous cafes and bars serving great food and refreshing drinks.
Venturing a little further from the hotel you can discover the beauty of the Norfolk Broads by taking the train to Berney Arms where you can visit the historic Windmill and marshes that the place is famous for. Historic Norwich is also easily accessible from here for an easy day trip, or for something a little closer, travel north along the coast to the quieter beach at Caister-on-Sea.
The hotel’s hard working team will ensure your stay is as comfortable and relaxing as possible. The Carlton Hotel’s restaurant serves delectable meals for breakfast and evening meals with a varied menu, in the bar and lounge you can enjoy a relaxing nightcap after dinner.
Excursion travelling through the Broads to visit Cromer
We take a trip out to Cromer travelling through the majestic Norfolk Broads. Offering some of the UK's most fantastic scenery, with rivers, lakes and wide open landscapes this diverse area contains species of plants and animals found nowhere else in the country. You will have free time to explore Cromer which has a pretty beach and one of the oldest piers in the country. There will of course be a chance for you to sample some famous Cromer Crab.
Trip to Norwich
Norwich is known for its historical architecture, much of which dates from medieval times, when the city was one of the largest and most important in the country. We’ll admire fascinating buildings during our time there, with the Castle, Cathedral and the unique Dragon Hall being highlights. Or if you fancy some peace and quiet, visit The Plantation Gardens for a tranquil and beautiful haven in the middle of the city.