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The St George Hotel

  • Destination: Great Yarmouth

The St George hotel is located in a wonderful position directly opposite the Wellington Pier ‘the centre of entertainment’ in Great Yarmouth.

All 55 bedrooms are en-suite with colour television and tea & coffee making facilities. There is a lift that serves all floors.

The dining room staff are always waiting to welcome you and offer you interesting menus of traditional home cooked food and a comprehensive list of wines, beers and spirits to enjoy with your meals.

The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, which is heated between June & September and also a secluded sun terrace.

There are over 15 miles of beaches within the Great Yarmouth area. It’s all part of a great coastline offering an attractive blend of wide sandy beaches, sand dunes and cliffs.

Great Yarmouth puts the fun back into shopping, whether in the big high street stores, local shops or the more traditional seaside shops. Market days are Wednesday and Saturdays all year and also on Friday during the summer months.

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Great Yarmouth is one of the UK’s most popular seaside resorts, with an enviable mix of sandy beaches, attractions, entertainment, heritage and quality accommodation.

Full of holiday surprises and contrasts, the area includes not only the resorts of Great Yarmouth and Gorleston-on-Sea but also 21 villages set in beautiful coastal and rural surroundings alongside the famous Norfolk Broads.

As well as 15 miles of glorious sandy beaches, there is a whole host of attractions waiting to be discovered. From seafront bowling to the thrills of the fairground, Great Yarmouth has something for all the family.

When the sun goes down, Great Yarmouth becomes a wonderland of colour as the illuminations light your way for a night out on the town to enjoy our restaurants, nightclubs, theatres and casinos.

Behind the glamour, glitter and bright lights, lies a charming town that is steeped in history. Discover one of the most complete medieval towns walls in England, the historic South Quay and Nelson’s ‘other’ column.