Relax and let someone else do the cooking! Eating out in Greater Yarmouth is easy and there's a fine range of restaurants, cafés, pubs and takeaways to tempt every tastebud and to suit every pocket.
Great Yarmouth is home to a huge number of places to eat out, whatever takes your fancy, you'll be spoiled for choice wherever you go around the resort.
Great Yarmouth is home to a huge number of places to eat out, whether you fancy a good old English breakfast to set you up for the day, a cosy lunch in one of the many Great Yarmouth pubs or light bite, a spectacular ice-cream sundae or a traditional afternoon cream tea.
If fish and chips is more your cup of tea, you'll be spoilt for choice wherever you go around the resort. From Quayside to seaside, fish and chips never taste better than when you're by the sea.
If you're celebrating a special occasion and really want to go to town, Great Yarmouth restaurants won't disappoint! We have some really outstanding restaurants in Great Yarmouth serving a wide range of cuisines from local seafood to modern contemporary British meals whether it is a romantic meal for two, a birthday celebration or anniversary dinner.
If you want to let your hair down and paint the town red, you've come to the right place. From Great Yarmouth's seafront to heritage quarter, quayside to town centre, you'll find Great Yarmouth's nightlife of clubs, pubs and bars ready to serve chilled drinks to get the evening off to a flying start.
If you are looking for places to stay in and around Great Yarmouth, we have a huge choice of holiday accommodation in Greater Yarmouth, home to fantastic seaside holidays. There are plenty of holiday parks, hotels, bed and breakfast accommodation or self-catering options to choose from, whether you're looking for the convenience of a cottage or apartment or you'd rather have a mobile home, static caravan or chalet on a holiday village near Great Yarmouth.
If you would rather holiday in your own tent or caravan on a campsite or touring park near the sea or inland near the Broads, there are several to chose from in the area. And if accessible accommodationis important to you, serviced or self-catering options are available.
Greater Yarmouth is an ideal short break or holiday destination with a wide choice of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. The hard part is not finding somewhere to stay, but actually choosing where to stay in the Great Yarmouth area.
Spring or summer, autumn or winter, come rain or shine, whether you're here for a day or a stay, there are loads of fun things to do in Greater Yarmouth that everyone will enjoy. Come and create some great memories full of smiles and happy times by the seaside in Norfolk's premier beach resort.
As Norfolk's premier beach resort, you'll need to check out the beach first on your day trip or holiday: we've got 15 miles of glorious golden sand to choose from, stretching along a beautiful coastline of seaside towns and villages. Whether you're a sun worshipper, sea splasher or more of a bucket and spade kind of guy, you're bound to find the perfect beach for you.
Great Yarmouth is uniquely located where the sea meets the Broads, Britain's newest National Park. Escape inland for wide open skies, beautiful rolling Norfolk countryside and the famous Broads, perfect for watersports such as stand-up paddleboarding or canoeing and where day boats can be hired.
It's easy to get to Great Yarmouth and when you get here, you can pick up a local map of Great Yarmouth seafront and town area free in the front of the What's On in Greater Yarmouth booklet, which should be on display in your accommodation reception. You'll also find money off vouchers in the centre pages. Alternatively, you can download a map or the Greater Yarmouth app before you come. A larger map of the whole borough is available in the Tourist Information Centre on Marine Parade priced at just fifty pence.
The region is easily accessible by road from all parts of the UK. Major trunk roads into Norfolk are the M11, A11, A12 and A14 from London and the south-east, while the A47 and A14 serve the Midlands and the North. The A11 is now dualled all the way from London to Norwich. A number of bus operators provide services to the local area including National Express and First Bus, call 01493 846346 for more information.
There are intercity services between Norwich and London Liverpool Street, with local connecting services within East Anglia. The average journey time from London to Great Yarmouth is 2 hours 20 minutes. Connecting services are available from the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland, via Peterborough, Cambridge and Ely. There are also local links from Norwich to Great Yarmouth.
Plenty of visitors come to Great Yarmouth by boat along the Broads and moor up at the Yacht Station or in nearby Burgh Castle. The Yacht Station is only a short walk from the town and seafront. There are plenty of other places to moor up along the way too, see our Broads Guide for more information.
Norwich International Airport is a 35 minute drive from Great Yarmouth with direct flights a number of Uk airports. Direct and connecting flights also link East Anglia to over 650 worldwide destinations via Amsterdam.
Car and passenger ferries operate daily to and from Harwich in Essex which is a 60 minute drive from Great Yarmouth. Ferries operate to and from Hook of Holland, Esbjerg and Europort.
If you require any further information please visit the Greater Yarmouth Tourism website by clicking the link below.