Cheapest car hire in Great Yarmouth
*daily rates in Great Yarmouth based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Useful things to know about Great Yarmouth
- Great Yarmouth is otherwise known as Yarmouth to the locals
- It’s been celebrated as a seaside resort for over 250 years
- It’s flourished of late as an industrial town as well as a tourist destination after the discovery of oil in the North Sea
- The town was called Yernemuth in old English but was a Roman settlement called Gariannonum
- A strange old custom insists that the town sends 24 herring pasties to Norwich for delivery to the monarch each year
Great Yarmouth Mini Guide
What can you Tell me About Great Yarmouth?
Great Yarmouth has been a popular holiday destination for two and a half centuries and retains its appeal today as much as it has done at any time in its history. With two piers, great amusements just behind the beach and the usual fish and chip supper outlets, if you want a traditional English seaside break, you won’t find better. As well as a holiday resort, it’s also a busy town supporting the North Sea oil industry and a services and administrative centre for Suffolk.
How Easy is it to get to Great Yarmouth?
Norwich International Airport
is the closest airport but has only a small selection of flights. The nearest major international airport is Stansted or Luton
which have flights from a much wider range of European destinations. If you are arriving by air, we have car rental at Stansted Airport
or Luton to make your onward journey to Great Yarmouth both relaxing and affordable.
What is There to see and do in Great Yarmouth?
Great Yarmouth is perfect for family seaside fun. You can spend a day on the seventeen miles of golden sand the resort has, top it off with a late afternoon at the funfair, head into town for a fish and chip supper and then finish off with a night out at Yarmouth races or at the town’s theatre or five screen cinema. If you’ve got a hire car then you can visit the villages that surround Great Yarmouth or head north into Norfolk and the delights of Norwich.
Latest Update from Great Yarmouth:
- If you're in Great Yarmouth at the end of May going into June, visit the amazing Sea Life Centre for it's then that they're holding their 'Turtle Fest'. With talks and workshops about the beautiful creatures and plenty of them to see,touch and feed it'll be a memorable visit fo adults and kids alike.