Brexit - Bringing back the British beach holiday
What does Yarmouth offer now since it's heyday in the 70’s
As we approach the autumn season and leave the warmth of summer behind there’s no better way than to take a well needed romantic getaway and explore the East Anglian coastline. Along with the beautiful scenery and landscape along the North Norfolk coast the hidden gem which holds many a childhood memory is the charming town of Great Yarmouth.
There are historical buildings that fill the streets of Great Yarmouth including the Time and Tide Museum, the Tolhouse Museum, one of the UK’s oldest gouls and not forgetting the stunning Hippodrome Circus built in 1903. The fabulous Golden Mile consists of many a 2p pusher machine but also an award-winning beach and the famous Winter Gardens. For millions of holiday makers who flocked to the seafront in the early decades of the twentieth century the Winter Gardens was a people’s paradise filled with palm trees and exotic plants, guests would meet their loved ones and dance the night away to live bands playing their favourite songs.
You will be spoilt for choice in your search for the perfect over-night stay as Great Yarmouth hosts many different unique and decadent hotels along the Golden Mile and set back on along quaint avenues such as the contemporary Andover House Hotel. With a warm welcome and chilled vibes you can relax knowing everything is taken care off. The Superior Rooms at the Andover House are impressive and provide a real home from home feel. In the evenings, enjoy a first-class meal served in the stylish surroundings of The Copper Kitchen restaurant. After dinner why not try a cocktail from the cocktail bar ‘The Pink Panther’ to name a few.
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