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NORFOLK GREAT YARMOUTH UNWIND Pictured above: Explore Sandringham House; An iconic view of the Norfolk Broads; Perhaps visit the seaside resort of Cromer; The Imperial Hotel, Great Yarmouth Great Yarmouth and the Norfolk Broads Blend classic British seaside with scenic landscapes and woodlands Why here..? Great Yarmouth is more than just a classic seaside town ­ look past the charms of the seafront and you'll find a town rich with maritime heritage. In historic South Quay discover the town's best museums, and the Lydia Eva steam drifter ­ the last surviving vessel of Great Yarmouth's herring fleet. Catch a boat out to sea to meet the friendly grey seals of Scroby Sands, or venture inland to see the idyllic windmills and abundant birdlife of the Broads. Rekindle the nostalgia of the British seaside on this stay in Great Yarmouth, and explore England's most historic inland waterways, the Norfolk Broads. Though they might fool you with their curving routes and abundant natural scenery, the Norfolk Broads is actually a network of flooded medieval peat trenches. An included cruise will show you their best side. Then there's all that wide-open countryside, filled with grand castles and stately homes, including Sandringham House. This vast Jacobean estate is the Queen's country retreat having been in the royal family since 1862. Spend the day exploring it on an included excursion. Imperial Hotel QQQQ The Imperial Hotel (4Q) is the only 4-star hotel in Great Yarmouth. Run by the same family for more than 80 years, it's proud of its stylish décor and quiet location on Great Yarmouth's famous seafront. You can enjoy delicious cuisine in Cafe Cru, or lighter snacks and drinks in the contemporary Bar Fizz. You can also enjoy fabulous sea views from the Terrace restaurant, ideal for lunches or afternoon tea. All 39 rooms come equipped with a telephone, television, radio, hairdryer and tea and coffee-making facilities. Treat yourself to an upgrade Upgrade to a sea-view room from £8. Upgrade to a deluxe room room with a balcony from £14. Prices are per person, per night and subject to availability. Please call for details. Optional excursion: Victorian Cromer and Felbrigg Hall (three-quarter day). Please note: The hotel has stepped access from street level to the hotel ground floor (a chair lift is available if requested in advance), and there are two steps to the hotel lift. HALF BOARD 4 nights from £399 Single rooms at no extra cost* l l l l l l l All breakfasts and dinners Tea or coffee on arrival Unlimited tea and coffee-making facilities in your room Dedicated Saga representative Welcome drink Porterage in your hotel Cancellation rights Excursions Norfolk Broads cruise ­ sail past pretty windmills and idyllic villages (half day) Sandringham House and Gardens ­ visit the Royal Family's country retreat (full day) l l To find out more visit saga.co.uk/yarmouth SAVE up to £20 on selected departures when you book by January 31, 2018 Prices from: Apr 15, 2018 Jun 24 Jul 8 Sep 9 4 nights 399 439 429 449 429 439 Great Yarmouth and the Norfolk Broads - Imperial Hotel. Holiday code: TB131. All prices are £s per person based on two people sharing and may only be available for a limited number of bookings. Prices may change and current available prices will be confirmed at the time of booking. Please see the enclosed Essential Information. Single rooms: *Limited number of single rooms at no extra cost, subject to availability. For the latest prices and offers, visit saga.co.uk/holidays TRAVEL INFORMATION: We can arrange your travel. Please call for details. 24 To book call our trade reservations team FREE on 0800 074 8021