Local Information

Whether you are looking for things to do in Great Yarmouth or a place to dine out, our comprehensive guide is sure to help you. If you would like a personal recommendation, feel free to give Margaret a call or ask when you are staying with us.

Places To Eat

Below are nearby places which are popular with the locals and our guests, so why not give them a try?

Breakfast / Brunch / Lunch

The Beach Hut, Kiosk 4 Esplanade, NR30 1EQ
The Terrace at the Imperial Hotel, 13-15 North Drive, NR30 1EQ
The Cabin, Kiosk 3 esplanade, NR30 2DB
LA Continental, 16 Regent Road, NR30 2AF
Christopher's, 68 Marine Parade, NR30 2DQ

Afternoon Tea

Merrivale Tea Rooms, South Beach Parade, NR30 3JG
The Terrace at the Imperial Hotel, 13-15 North Drive, NR30 1EQ
The Cliff Hotel, Cliff Hill, Gorleston-on-Sea, NR31 6DH

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Places to eat

Dining Out

There are many great places to go for an evening meal in Great Yarmouth.

Here's Margaret's top 3 recommendations:

Columbia Toniponis Taverna (Greek)
60-61 Crown Rd, NR30 2JQ

Lekthai (Thai)
50 Marine Parade, NR30 2EJ

The Blue Oyster (Small Plates)
42a King Street, NR30 2PN

If you would like any further recommendations, just ask Margaret.


There is lots to in and around Great Yarmouth if you are looking for something fun to do. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:

Theme Parks

Our guest house is very close to a handful of theme parks. On the beach, you will find, Pleasure Beach and Joyland. A short drive away there is Pleasurewood Hills.


There is always something coming up at Great Yarmouth Racecourse. If you prefer something quieter then there is the Sealife Centre. Don't forget to visit Hippodrome Circus.





There are many animal sanctuaries and attractions to visit. Here are three that stand out from the crowd. Pettits Animal Adventure Park, Thrigby Hall, and Redwings Horse Sanctuary.

Norfolk Broads

You are so close to the Norfolk broads. There are over 125 miles of waterways so why not hire a boat for the day and explore?


From the guest house, you are a short walk from Yarmouth Beach. If you are willing to travel a little further you will find lots to see at Gorleston beach.



Have an informative and relaxing day out at one of the many nearby castles. Among the highlights are Caister Castle, Burgh Castle Roman Fort, and a little further away, Norwich Castle.

Historic Sites

Anywhere you go in East Anglia you will be surrounded by history. Our top picks are Berney Arms Windmill, St Olave's Priory, and Greyfriars Cloisters.


In a town with a rich history, you will get a few museums to see. Be sure to visit Time and Tide, the Elizabethan House Museum, and Nelson Museum.


Looking for some more inspiration?

Speak to Margaret to find out more things to do, places to go, or even more restaurants to dine at.