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Welcome to No. 78

Address: 78 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2DH

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The family-run No.78 on Marine Parade is just 100 metres from Great Yarmouth’s sandy beach. This bed and breakfast has stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi, and serves traditional home-cooked breakfasts. No. 78 is within just a few minutes’ walk of both Britannia Pier and the lively town centre. Caister-on-Sea is a 10-minute drive away, whilst Great Yarmouth Racecourse is less than 2 miles away. All the modern rooms have sleek décor, an LCD TV with Freeview, ironing facilities and free tea and coffee. Rooms also each feature a tiled private bathroom with a hairdryer. All breakfasts are cooked to order and contain free-range eggs and locally sourced produce. Special dietary requirements can be catered for by notifying No. 78 at the time of booking.

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I Would Recommend This Hotel To Anyone. A Particular...
I would recommend this hotel to anyone. A particular plus is the environmentally friendly policies that have been out into place. A brilliant hotel, and I will definitely be returning."

33922,97019980,2007-10-15,5,en,C,Doncaster,GB,Excellent,Excellent,Excellent,Excellent,Excellent,Excellent,Excellent,Mature couple,"Lovely clean hotel, room was very big and comfortable. Staff very friendly.

Melissa - 6th Oct, 2007
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Attractions - No. 78

Great Yarmouth Centre - Town Centre

Great Yarmouth Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.8 miles (1.28 km)
Great Yarmouth has attracted visitors for 900 years but the seaside has been the main attraction for only 200, so behind the glamour, glitter and bright lights that make Great Yarmouth one of the UK's most popular seaside resorts is a town steeped in history. Great Yarmouth was one of the wealthiest towns in Britain because of its prosperous herring industry and in 1724 Daniel Defoesaid Great Yarmouth had "the finest quay in England, if notin Europe". The Town Wall built between 1261 and 1400 ranks amongst the best in the country as most of the wall and towers still survive. Great Yarmouth has eight museums.

Great Yarmouth College - University

Great Yarmouth College - University

Distance 1 miles (1.6 km)
A community college in the community and for the community with a student body as diverse as the community it serves.

Our highly qualified and skilled staff are dedicated to guiding each and every student to achieve their full potential, whatever level they started at, whatever age, background, nationality or ability.

Our staff work closely with employers to ensure they are teaching the right skills with the greatest relevance to the modern workplace.

Berney Arms Windmill - Norfolk - Landmark

Berney Arms Windmill - Norfolk - Landmark

Distance 2.59 miles (4.14 km)
One of Norfolks best and largest extant marsh mills, built to grind a constituent of cement and, in use until 1951, finally pumping water to drain surrounding marshland.