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Highlights in Great Yarmouth
- Seaside resort
- Theme parks
- Wonderful beaches
- Boating at Norfolk Broads
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One of England’s most popular seaside resorts, Great Yarmouth boasts tantalizing golden sands set against a lively promenade nicknamed the Golden Mile. There are numerous holiday rentals to choose from right in the thick of it, just steps from the main beach and myriad attractions on the promenade. Some people choose to base themselves outside of the town, and the lettings in Gorleston to the south and Clacton to the north offer small town tranquillity while still being within easy reach of Great Yarmouth’s thrilling attractions.Lettings footsteps from the beach
The holiday rentals in Great Yarmouth are largely detached and spacious, with capacious gardens and patios where you can enjoy a meal outdoors under the summer sun. Stretching both north and south of Great Yarmouth, there are some lovely lettings that enjoy a fabulous location close to the seafront. Step outside your door and straight onto the town’s 15 miles of golden sandy beach!
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The area and getting around
Great Yarmouth is one of those popular seaside holiday destinations in the UK. The majority of tourists to the town are British, most of whom arrive by car. The town is on the east coast of the county, 2 hours’ drive from London. It is also well connected by train from the capital city and other major cities in the country. The town is a simple north-south beach with a-mile-long promenade which is home to many of its most renowned attractions.Where beautiful nature and vacation joviality come together
Great Yarmouth’s appeals to so many people due to its unique fusion of wonderful natural beaches and fun-fuelled traditional English seaside kitsch. Simply bursting with attractions for all ages, this place is the definition of entertainment, with plenty of secluded spots just around the corner if you need to get away from it all.
Great Yarmouth has been a seaside destination since 1760 and now attracts 6 million visitors a year!
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Great Yarmouth is located on the edge of the Norfolk Broads, one of England’s most enchanting national parks. The Norfolk Broads is a mosaic of navigable lakes and rivers, lined by lovely villages. Rent a boat and sail along the river, gaze at the windmills and limitless open skies, and tie up at traditional riverside pubs for a hearty lunch.2. Discover the great Golden Mile
From Britannia Pier to Pleasure Beach, the Golden Mile is a beachside strip home to dozens of attractions for the whole family. Adventure golf courses, model towns, aquariums, theatres, amusement parks, bars, restaurants, souvenir shops, fish and chip shops and neon-lit ice cream parlours. It’s all here!3. Experience life in miniature!
Merrivale Model Village is exactly what it says on the tin; an old school model town, with an unusual level of detail. It contains a theatre, a castle, a stadium, houses, a cricket pitch, a church, and a mansion, all populated with hundreds of miniature figures in dozens of scenes, each with their own story.4. Take your kids on a day they will remember
Joyland is a children's amusement park boasting rides that date back to its inception in the 1940s. The most iconic of them is Tyrolean Tubs, the only Virginia Reel roller coaster left in the world. Modern-day rides include fabulous child-friendly spooky and space rides.5. Come face to face with sharks at Sea Life
Sea Life in Great Yarmouth is home to more than 2,000 marine animals, from sea turtles to rays, jellyfish and much more. The main attraction is the Atlantis theme Ocean Tunnel, a 250,000-litre tank that contains the oceans most revered inhabitants – the sharp-toothed shark! And Sea Life holds a couple of surprises – a small colony of penguins and some African crocodiles!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Great Yarmouth
Great Yarmouth is one of the cheapest cities in the United Kingdom! The price of a holiday rental is around £85.45 per night.
If you want to save as much as possible during your visit to Great Yarmouth, book to go there in March (£74.53 per night on average), April (£77.45), or February (£78.24) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Great Yarmouth, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of December (with an average of £97.16 per night), followed by August (£96.47), and November (£93.57).
When visiting Great Yarmouth, it is necessary to be proactive, as 75% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
The months with the lowest properties available in Great Yarmouth are, in order, August, September and July, with respective average availability figures of 5.8%, 9.75%, and 18.5%, based on data collected in 2020.
We have collected the holiday rentals and lettings from 14 different providers in Great Yarmouth, so we can offer you around 330 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing your favourite!