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GREAT YARMOUTH—CROMER, NORWICH, ROYAL SANDRINGHAM, BOAT CRUISE AND STEAM TRAIN

Norfolk has premiere seaside resorts, with clean sandy beaches stretching for miles. The seafront is known as “The Golden Mile” and attracts millions of visitors each year. Our tour explores many of the famous sights from this region.

 




5 Days from just £389.00

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Category
England
Next Date
31/08/2020

The Burlington Palm Court Hotel

This family run hotel is Opposite Great Yarmouth’s sandy beach, the Burlington Palm Hotel . A heated indoor pool is available as well as free Wi-Fi  Local, fresh ingredients are used where possible in the hotel’s restaurant. Regular entertainment is provided in the hotel’s bar and there is also a pool table. A TV, a hairdryer and a private bathroom feature in each simply decorated room. Some rooms have beautiful sea views and include a bathrobe and slippers—Entertainment is provided at this hotel.

Excursion’s Include: March ONLY
Excursion 1—This morning we travel to Cromer, perched on the very edge of the north Norfolk coast. The area is famous for its tasty crabs, wide open beaches, spectacular cliffs, traditions pier and many great landmarks. We then make our ways to Aylesham where we join the Bure Valley Railway for a nine mile ride to Wroxham. In the afternoon we will take a 90-minute cruise on the Norfolk Broads, with witty and enlightening commentary.

Excursion 2— Today we will travel to Norwich. Norwich is one of the Britain's most attractive cities, a fine town with an irregular medieval street plan and many notable buildings of all periods including a Norman Castle and Imposing cathedral.

Excursion’s Include: AUG ONLY 
Excursion 1— We start our day at the nearby Norfolk Lavender. The summer season is the most vibrant when all of the lavenders burst into flower, filling the air with relaxing fragrance. See the Lavenders Oil Distillery, National Lavender Collection and Herb Garden. We then continue to Sandringham the much-loved country retreat of her Majesty, The Queen. The house is set in 24 hectares of stunning gardens. The various floors regularly used by the Royal Family are open to the public. Their very knowledgeable guides in every room inform you of the history of the property (admissions included)

Excursion 2Norwich is one of the Britain's most attractive cities, a fine town with an irregular medieval street plan and many notable buildings of all periods including a Norman Castle and Imposing cathedral.

 

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Mon 31 Aug, 2020 YARM202002 5 £389.00 10 + Book Now