As one of the UK's top beach resorts, Great Yarmouth has loads to see and do, a superb choice of places to eat and drink, a bustling town centre and beautiful wide, sandy beaches stretching as far as the eye can see. The Royal Hotel as we now know it, was called 'The Victoria Hotel' in the late 1700's. It was the last building on the seafront. In 1847 Charles Dickens, along with his illustrator, stayed at the hotel when engaged in writing the novel David Copperfield.
After joining the coach via one of our departure points or our executive door2door service you will be introduced to your professional driver and whisked away in comfort on to your chosen destination. We aim to arrive for between 3-4pm so that you can relax before your evening meal and settle down for your first night.
The next three days of your holiday will include excursions to Wroxham and the Norfolk Broads, Norwich and a fabulous evening at the Thursford Christmas Spectacular. You will also have a free day in resort to enjoy the facilites on offer.
Make sure you make the most of the wonderful food that is on offer for breakfast this morning! Once you're all finished and the driver has loaded all the cases aboard it's time to bid farewell to your hotel after 5 fabulous days and make your way back to your drop off point.
Located on Great Yarmouth’s seafront, the Royal Hotel is a 15-minute walk from the town centre and Pleasure Beach. This Grade II-listed building overlooks Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile.
In 1847, Charles Dickens stayed at the hotel and Edward VII also visited it, his crest still adorning the front of the hotel. The luxurious feel of the past combines with all the amenities of a modern hotel.
Rooms are en suite and have a TV, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Some rooms offer sea views.
Free WiFi is available within the public lounges, with access available in some bedrooms. A full English, buffet style breakfast is offered daily