New Beach Hotel

Resort - Great Yarmouth

Overview

Great Yarmouth is East Anglia's top seaside venue, whose long sandy beach stretches for miles, backed by the Marine Parade and promenade, ideal for a gentle stroll or a ride on a horse-drawn landau. Visitors enjoy a huge range of attractions including the Model Village, a magnificent Sea Life Centre and the Hippodrome Circus, one of the longest running permanent circuses in England. Historically Great Yarmouth’s South Quay was a bustling port, described by Daniel Defoe as the finest quay in Europe with its many Georgian buildings. Those with an interest in history might also enjoy the Nelson Museum and the preserved Row Houses, unique to Great Yarmouth. There’s something for everyone in England’s far East!

Prices from

£109 per person

Supplements may apply

Tour code: 5260SD

Tour: New Beach Hotel

Resort: Great Yarmouth

Days: 5

Date Travelling: 18 February 2019

Travelling by: Self Drive

Hotel: New Beach Hotel

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New Beach Hotel

Situated in Great Yarmouth’s most central and lively location, on the sea front opposite Britannia Pier and adjacent to the shops and resort amenities. (Note that it can be quite lively in the street outside the sea facing rooms.) Having recently undergone a major refurbishment, all bedrooms are centrally heated with private bath or shower and WC, tea/coffee making facilities, internal telephone, hair dryer and Freeview TV.

Contact Details

New Beach Hotel
67 Marine Parade

Tel No: 01493 332300

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Joining my holiday

Our Self Drive Hotel Breaks offer greater flexibility, allowing you to travel to your chosen resort on your chosen date where you can explore the resort and surrounding areas at your leisure. With so many destinations to choose from and with everything taken care of such as breakfast, dinner, evening entertainment and free ferry tickets*, the difficult bit is deciding where to go first! *Ferry tickets are included on Isle of Wight and Dunoon holidays.