Imperial Hotel

With fantastic views over the long sandy beaches of Great Yarmouth, the Imperial Hotel is everything you would expect from a four-star, Victorian-era seaside hotel. We stayed in the Villa Maria themed room which also boasts a balcony from which to see the sights.

The hotel also contains Café Cru; a fine dining experience that, while expensive, is of fantastic quality and service.

 

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Great Yarmouth

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A coastal town in Norfolk, England, Great Yarmouth has long been a haven for coastal retreats. At the mouth of the River Yare, 20 miles east of Norwich, Great Yarmouth is the ideal seaside destination has enjoyed this reputation since 1760.

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The town has a gorgeous beach ideal for sunbathing and building sandcastles and two promenades to enjoy ice cream and leisurely walks. Amongst the historic attractions the town has to offer is The Tollhouse, which dates back to the 13th Century with features including dungeons, that is said to be the oldest civic building in Britain.

Great Yarmouth Market place is one of the largest in England, and has been operating for centuries. It is home to the town's shopping sector and is famous for the yummy Yarmouth chip stalls and the performance area for community events. There are a number of hotels and guesthouses in the town, as well as a great range of eateries and shops.

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Probably the most popular of the east coast resorts, Great Yarmouth is about half an hour east of the historic city of Norwich . The modern town has little to rave about, and most of its medieval past has long since gone. But its popular sandy beaches, and location at the centre of the Norfolk Broads makes it a magnet for tourists throughout the summer months.

The Norfolk Broads is the term given to a large expanse of waterways that traverse the area west of Great Yarmouth. Three rivers combine with some natural lakes, and some that have resulted from centuries of peat cutting, to form a relaxing boating holiday paradise.

Nelson Museum, 26 South Quay, Great Yarmouth NR30 2RG (01493) 850698
Nelson Museum celebrates the life and achievements of Norfolk’s most famous son, Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson; England’s greatest naval hero.

Housed in a Grade II listed Georgian building, the museum contains an unrivalled 2,000 item collection of Nelson memorabilia; including letters, medals and also famous paintings depicting his death at the Battle of Trafalgar.

Merrivale
Model Village, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 3JG (01493) 842097
Located on Great Yarmouth’s seafront and set in an acre of landscaped gardens, Merrivale Model Village is a maze of paths and bridges that wind around village greens, cricket pitches and funfairs.
Other attractions at the model village include a 9-hole crazy golf course, riding stables and old style village shops.

Time and Tide – Museum of Great Yarmouth, Blackfriars Road, Great Yarmouth (01493) 743930
Housed in a former Victorian herring curing works, Great Yarmouth’s Time and Tide museum is fascinating trawl through the history of the town and its maritime heritage.
Purchased in 1998, the building and museum was opened to the public in 2004. Exhibits include a Victorian ‘Row’ and fisherman’s home; a 1950s coastal Drifter; and a mock-up of the 1950s quayside. 

 

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