Burlington Palm Court Hotel

A Hotel in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

North Drive
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk
England
NR30 1EF

Burlington Palm Court Hotel, Great Yarmouth

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The Burlington Palm Hotel overlooks the sea and sandy beaches. This family owned hotel has a reputation for its good food. All bedrooms are well equipped and comfortable and there is a lift to all floors.

Leisure facilities include a heated indoor pool and Turkish steam room. Free parking is available in the large hotel car parks. Entertainment is provided 3 nights a week in the main season.

3 star rating

From: £55.00

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