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Welcome to The Sea Princess

Address: North Drive, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1ED

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By Car: From Stansted: - Take the A120 - Join the A12 towards Colchester. - Continue on the A12 towards Ipswich. - Continue on the A12 towards Great Yarmouth. - Join the A47. - Turn into Acle New Road. - Turn into Euston Road. - Turn into North Drive. From Birmingham: - Take the M6. - Join the A14 towards Kettering (east). - Continue on the A14 towards Cambridge. - Join the A11 towards Norwich. - Join the A47 towards Great Yarmouth. - Then, as above.

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Great Yarmouth College - University

Great Yarmouth College - University

Distance 1.18 miles (1.89 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 2.75 miles (4.39 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.

Caldecott Hall Golf Club - Fritton - Golf

Caldecott Hall Golf Club - Fritton - Golf

Distance 5.41 miles (8.66 km)
Caldecott Hall is a popular venue with a range of good facilities which offer a pleasant day out to members and visitors. As well as the 18 hole golf course, there's an interesting par three course which demands the use of a range of clubs. The golf course is configured as two loops of nine holes eminating from the clubhouse and is inviting with views from the first tee over much of the opening nine holes which is set on undulating land. The clubhouse is converted 18th century Grade II listed barn and has adjoining changing rooms with oak lockers. The resident professional is on hand for individual or group tuition whilst the Pro Shop is competitively equipped for all your needs.