Comfort Hotel Great Yarmouth
14 Albert Square
Great Yarmouth, EN NR30 3JH
Phone: (44) 1493 855070
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Located right in the middle of Great Yarmouth, St Mary' s Church is a christian place of worship from the 18th century. Initially overlooked by the Society of Jesus and also built by them in 1848, it was later taken over by the Diocese of Anglia who run the church to date. The structure was designed by renowned architect Joseph John Scoles and cost about 10,000 Euros. The interiors of this church boast of gorgeous stained glass windows that allow the rays of the sun to dance around in various colors. The stained glass was made by the famous Franz Mayer & Co and also installed by them between 1860 and 1890. This structure is known to be the most famous and also the only parish church in the town.
Bradwell is a village located in Great Yarmouth. It is a destination for visitors in the surrounding areas because it is developed and looked almost urban-like. This parish is also known for it's distinguished schooling system and pedagogical curriculum. This parish, with a population of about 10,000 is proud of their schooling system with schools like Hillside Primary School, Lynn Grove High, etc. The Old Community which, which was once the parish's only school now serves as a clubs and activity center. The library is located in the community center. The bi-annual newspaper of the parish is called ‘The Bradwellian’ and is delivered to ever household within the community.
Caister-on-Sea in Norfolk, England is one of the most popular seaside holiday destinations falling on the “Golden Mile.” The beautiful village is replete with wide, pristine beaches, quaint little cafés and pubs, and a plethora of attractions for the whole family to enjoy such as the Caister Castle and Motor Museum, and the famous Caister offshore lifeboat station. The town is also of prime historical importance and is dotted with fascinating Roman remains which are managed by English Heritage and date back to the 1st Century CE. Being a fun-filled tourist hot-spot the village offers numerous comfortable options as accommodation ranging from hotels and cottages to camping parks and bed and breakfasts, all ideal for the entire family.
The civil parish of Ormesby St Margaret with Scratby in Norfolk constitutes both, the lovely little village of Ormesby St Margaret as well as the seaside hamlet of Scratby. The picturesque town is an ideal location for a quiet getaway and is dotted with several charming boutiques and pubs. The village also includes a simple and elegant 14th-century parish church. The Grange Hotel makes for a fantastic accommodation with comfortable rooms, free WiFi, fresh and delicious all day dining, and a separate lounge bar and pool room.
The blue illuminated spire of St. Margaret's Church is inescapable no matter where you are in the town of Lowestoft. Located atop a hill, the church has a splendid view of the town it serves. This beautiful church is home to a number of interesting pieces including a 15th-century font and a pre-reformation lectern. As you walk though the church, its long standing history becomes evident when you come across the list of parish priests going back to 1308, a memorial erected in honor of the 711 men of Lowestoft who sacrificed their lives in World War I, and a memorial for the fishermen lost at sea. The services are mostly traditional in format, with a focus on creating a welcoming and caring environment for all who visit.
Set in a remote village, almost in the middle of nowhere, makes an almost poetic setting for this old abandoned church of St Mary's. Located in the the hamlet of Moulton St Mary, this church dates from the 12th and the 14th Century. For an unknown location as this, there are surprisingly amounts of relics hidden within the church. Exquisite 14th Century wall paintings portray elements of the Seven Works of Mercy and the Ten Commandments. Another striking feature is the chancel which depicts it's Laudian roots. Built in Norman and Gothic style from flint, red bricks and limestone and having a beautiful tower, St Mary's Church is listed as Grade I in Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest by English Heritage.
A perfect getaway resides in the Winterton-on-Sea village. This exotic village is located in the Norfolk county of England. Located on the coast, the village lies to the north of Great Yarmouth. Spanning across an area of 5.7 square kilometers (2.2 square miles), the village is known as a great tourist spot owing to its natural landscape. The village also has a resort which overlooks the coastline. The resort, known as the Hermanus holiday camp, has all the amenities, viz. restaurant, bar, accommodations. Winterton-on-Sea should top your holiday list.
Acle lies between Norwich and Great Yarmouth on the edge of Halvergate Marshes and in the center of the Norfolk Broads. It takes less than 20 minutes to reach the small market town by traveling on the A47. There are moorings at Acle Bridge and Acle Dyke and these are extremely popular with visitors to the Broads in the summer. The town's market is held on a Thursday and there is also a weekly auction on the same day.
A church is believed to have existed at the site of St. Perter's Church, Carlton Colville, since Saxon times, however the existing church was largely rebuilt in the 1880s. The oldest sections of the church are the 13th-century tower and a few of the windows that were reused when the church was rebuilt. Although predominantly constructed during the Victorian period, the church has been fashioned upon a design that was more typical during the medieval period. Beautiful, with an air of historic charm, the church is an inspirational place to pray and worship even today. Service are held regularly and all are welcomed warmly. A special crèche has been established to ensure the comfort of the congregation's younger members.
A small village, Potter Heigham is located on River Thurne, Norfolk, a county in the United Kingdom. Potter Heigham is noted for its anicent bridge. The famous Church of St Nicholas is also found in this village. Potter Heigham is also home to couple of National Nature Reserves. Potter Heigham parish also consists of various elements linked to the World Wars. To the northern end of this parish is Hickling Broad. During World War I, Hickling Broad served as seaplane base. Additionally, Potter Heigham is also home to several buildings of architectural and historical significance. These include Sunways corn mill, Heigham Holmes windpump and the High's mill, located on River Thurne. All of these are listed structures.
There are some lovely walks from the town of Loddon, which is about 15 minutes from Norwich. The town Staithe used to be where boats carrying goods would land to load or unload, on their way to and from larger towns and the city of Norwich. Today, however, this area is popular with holidaymakers to the Norfolk Broads during the summer, and with walkers throughout the year. Holy Trinity Church (built in 1486) is worth a visit while you are in the small town.
St John the Baptist's Church was built in the 12th Century is an Anglical church located in Hellington, Norfolk. A redundant church, it was constructed with flint, brick and limestone. Having a significant history and heritage, this church has been listed as Grade I in the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest by English Heritage. The two-light bell openings and the south porch were added in the 14th Century. The south doorway was designed in the Norman style and there is stained glass east window dating from the 19th Century. The church is under the care of the Churches Conservation Trust.