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Destination guide

Visit family-friendly attractions near Great Yarmouth lodges

Lodges in Great Yarmouth put you in the heart of a charming resort town with long stretches of beach and numerous family-friendly attractions. You can visit the SEA LIFE Aquarium to see sharks, rays and penguins or take the kids on adventures at Joyland and Pleasure Beach amusement parks. For a little local history, you can visit the Nelson Museum and the Time and Tide Museum. No matter how you choose to spend your time, lodges in Great Yarmouth put you in reach of all the fascinating excursions.

 
Things to do

Attractions near holiday homes in Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth holiday rentals on the seafront of Norfolk offer doorstep access to one serious menagerie of family attractions. The historic Joyland amusement park has been there since 1949 and comes laden with smile-inducing vintage rides like Snails, and the Jet Cars that whirl around a pre-made track. More gasps of wonder will be heard over in the SEA LIFE Centre Great Yarmouth, where it's possible to feed the turtles and brush the rays, and even drop in on the sharks – if you dare.

Activities

Things to do near Great Yarmouth holiday homes

While "fun in the sun" might sound a little ambitious for a British seaside resort, the point is that Great Yarmouth has all the bells and whistles of a bona fide family escape by the beach. There's sand – oodles of it – great for building castles and picnicking. There are gaming arcades and bowling alleys and cinema screens and more, all lining the Marine Parade, a place that seems tailor-made for those wholesome days on the Norfolk coast.

Weather

Climate during your stay in Great Yarmouth holiday homes

When the sun's shining and the weather is fine, Great Yarmouth really comes into its own. Unfortunately for this corner of East Anglia, there's enough rain and wind and even snow to fill all the tanks of the town's SEA LIFE aquarium. That's okay, though, because all that tends to come in the autumn and winter months, starting in October and ending in March. That leaves the hotter months of May, June, July and August to the beach hunters – book your Great Yarmouth holiday rentals then to be in for a family treat.

Natural features

Great Yarmouth spills into the sea

Great Yarmouth certainly isn't short of natural attractions. There's no secret about its beach. The North Sea rolls in along its whole 15-mile length, going from the built-up spots close to the piers of town to the dune-backed reaches by the campsites of Hopton-on-Sea – it's one of the real treasures of the Norfolk coast. In the other direction, the Norfolk Broads spread out along the River Yare. Those waterways and wetlands are a bird watcher's delight, with marsh harriers, cranes and coots aplenty.

How to get there

How to get to and around Great Yarmouth

The nearest airport is in Norwich (NWI-Norwich Intl.), located 19.6 mi (31.5 km) from the city centre.

If you prefer to travel by train, Great Yarmouth Station, Berney Arms Station and Haddiscoe Station are the main stations that serve the city.

Family friendly

Family fun near Great Yarmouth holiday homes

Kids have endless options for fun and entertainment in Great Yarmouth. Holiday homes are available near kid-friendly places like Pleasure Beach, a beachside family fun park with rides and activities, and Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life, a maritime museum with a 1950s wharf exhibit and artefacts of seafaring history. You could also visit Great Yarmouth Beach, a sandy beach with dramatic dunes, piers and boardwalk attractions.

Good for couples

Romantic holiday homes in Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth has numerous romantic locations for a memorable couple’s retreat. Holiday rentals are available near places like the Broads, a sprawling national park with waterways, exotic wildlife and a picturesque landscape, and the Elizabethan House Museum, a 16th-century home and museum with lavish furnishings and artwork. You’ll also enjoy Somerleyton Hall, a Victorian manor with ornate halls and bathrooms, fine art and expansive gardens.

Can I find a vacation rental around Great Yarmouth?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,057 vacation rentals near Great Yarmouth. From 205 mobile homes & caravans to 70 flats & apartments, find the best place to stay with your family and friends to discover the Great Yarmouth area.