Local Attractions

Whether you are visiting our Bed and Breakfast in Great Yarmouth for business or pleasure, Great Yarmouth provides plenty of attractions, scenery and first class amenities to suit all requirements.

Great Yarmouth is primarily a family seaside town but there is a lot for adults to do.

Staff at 3 Norfolk Square 5 star Great Yarmouth Bed & Breakfast are always happy to make bookings and recommendations for guests. We name the top 8 restaurants that are within 10 minutes walk away.

Norfolk Broads

Great Yarmouth sits on the edge of the famous Norfolk Broads, an area of fabulous scenery, rivers and broads ideal for walking, boating, fishing and relaxing.


The superb Britannia Pier has top class live theatre shows, a wide selection of foods and refreshments, friendly bars, amusements and rides.


The town of Great Yarmouth itself has many restaurants, bars and shops to choose from as well its famous Golden Mile of attractions and entertainment. Of course, you don’t have to go far for an incredible Great Yarmouth Breakfast – our chef can prepare a five-star breakfast for you right here!


Horse racing can be enjoyed at the Great Yarmouth Racecourse, whilst Greyhound Racing takes place at the Great Yarmouth Stadium. The Palace Casino and Grosvenor Casino provide opportunities for the skilled gambler.


The Great Yarmouth and Caister Golf Club is known as the home of bogey golf and welcomes non-members on its seafront course.

The Caldecott Hall golf and leisure complex includes an 18-hole course, spa and clubhouse.

The Gorleston Golf Club sits high on the dramatic cliffs and includes fabulous views, a restaurant and bar.

Indoor and outdoor bowling is available at the Marina Leisure and Fitness Centre, North Drive Bowling Greens, Britannia Bowling Greens, Browston Hall and the Gorleston-on-Sea cliffs.

Tourist attractions

Attractions for tourists include the Great Yarmouth Potteries and Smoke House, Great Yarmouth Minster, The Falcon Brewery, Nelson Museum and the Caister Castle Car Collection.

Quaint villages and market towns throughout this region provide ample opportunities to taste great local beer and food.

Great Yarmouth hosts England’s biggest bowls tournament each year.