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Highlights in Hemsby
- Seaside village
- Traditional beach holiday
- Family friendly
- Norfolk Broads
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Chalets in Hemsby
Hemsby is a small seaside town on the east coast of England and a popular destination for those seeking a ye olde fashioned English seaside holiday. Popular with families, rent a spacious chalet, grab your buckets and spades, and head to the beach! You can walk from one end of the town to the other in less than 10 minutes, so wherever you rent a chalet in Hemsby you will close to all the amenities, such as fish and chips, fun fairs, and bingo halls.Chalets for an amazing holiday
In Hemsby you can look forward to an amazing chalet close to the beach with a spacious garden, balcony, and in some cases even a pool! Some chalets have large front decking that allows you to sit and watch the sunset or sunrise. A perfect base for a family holiday or romantic break.
Travellers and activities
Above all else Hemsby is a family beach destination. The village is separated from the beaches by large dunes, which protect it from coastal erosion. The wide bay affords more than enough golden sand for everyone to relax and have fun, so grab your beach towels, a bucket and spade and a memorable family day is guaranteed! Point of interest – look out for the remains of anti-tank blocks on the sands, a fascinating relic from World War II sea defences.Hemsby for fans of the traditional British seaside holiday
Hemsby is all about the traditional British seaside holiday. And traditional really is the key word here. Traditional slot machines, traditional piers, traditional crazy golf courses, traditional bingo halls, traditional fairground, traditional horse rides on the beach, traditional rock and candy floss, you get the idea! So if you are looking to experience a British seaside holiday not far removed from that of the Victorian era, Hemsby is for you!Hemsby for exploring the Norfolk Broads National Park
Hemsby is a stone's throw from unique Norfolk Broads National Park, the UK’s biggest wetland, and one of the top tourist destinations in the country. The best way to enjoy the Broads is from its waterways. There are numerous types of boats available for rent for the day, a week or more. That said, boating isn't the only popular activity in the Broads – it boasts over 300 kilometres of walking paths in tandem with rural roads, and specialised bird watching and fishing spots.
The nearby Broads boast over 200 kilometres of navigable waterways to explore, more than Venice or Amsterdam!
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Discover retro seaside heritage in Great Yarmouth, with 25 kilometres of lovely sandy beaches, two piers, fairground rides, gardens and bowling greens, and a kitsch but very cool seaside vibe. Don’t miss the oldest operational wooden rollercoaster in the country at the southern end of the seafront!2. Plants vs your family. Who will win?!
Hemsby Mega Maze is a great day out for the whole family. Bouncy castles, crazy croquet, zip wires, go karts, and a massive, disorientating maze to take on. Can you beat the challenge, or will you get lost among the plants and bushes forever?!3. Experience a sprinkling of fairy dust at BeWILDerwood
BeWILDerwood is an enchanting, wild adventure park featuring bewitching treehouses and intriguing characters. Essentially the park is a massive highly imaginative outdoor playground where you can spend endless hours with family and friends, exploring and engaging in the wild Norfolk landscape.4. Visit the UK’s one and only dedicated circus
The Hippodrome in Great Yarmouth is the UK’s last remaining standalone circus. It plays host to fantastic productions during the holiday seasons, drawing amazing acrobats, aerialists, daring stunts, and dancers from all around the world!5. Learn about the future of power generation
At the Wind Energy Museum you can discover two hundred years of wind power history in one place. Boasting informative and educational guided tours, workshops and interactive demonstrations, the friendly staff will ensure both a scholarly and entertaining day for the whole family.6. Come face to face with over 1,000 sea animals
SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth is famous for its 250,000 litre Tropical Ocean Display and tunnel where you can view an incredible assortment of sea creatures including a school of not very friendly looking hammerhead sharks! New for 2021 is Jelly Invaders, a fascinating journey through the world of jellyfish!7. Yet another fabulous day out for you and your family
Another memorable family day out is to be had at Merrivale Model Village, with award-winning landscaped gardens, waterfalls and all sorts of miniature wonders, as well attractions such as a 9-hole Crazy Golf course and vintage slot machines. When it’s all over, make sure to grab a tasty treat in the fabulous tearoom!