- Very Good
- 26 guest reviews
"The staff were very attentive. The greeting was very good and they explained about all of the benefits right from the start. The room was cl..."
"would highly recommend staying here, good value, pleasant helpful staff. Everything you would want...."
"It was ok. The hotel is little tired and run down but the staff were friendly and breakfast, the only meal I had at hotel, was perfectly acc..."
"The room was a bit small but the views were great. A bit loud in the night as you can hear everyone going home...."
"Great value, nice and central, would go again...."
About the hotel
All 50 hotel guest rooms include en-suite bathroom, tea & coffee making facilities, hair dryer and television. Services and amenities available for guests include lift, lounge, bar, restaurant, meeting facilities and business centre. There's a huge range of tourist attractions in Greater Yarmouth, where 15 miles of golden sandy beaches stretch out into the horizon along an ever changing coastline, from seaside amusements to rugged cliffs, from the serenity of Scroby Sands Windfarm and seal colony, to the fast paced action of Marine Parade.
For retail therapy, Great Yarmouth's town centre is full of all sorts of shops and stores, from our very own Independent Department Store to the bustling market place, Market Gates shopping mall and the Victoria Arcade. Just a few miles from the resort centre, pretty Norfolk villages and the beautiful winding Norfolk Broads waterways, lined with traditional windmills of all shapes and sizes are just waiting to be explored. The Trinity Broads, north west of Great Yarmouth, are just the start of the Broads National Park, stretching for 125 miles over parts of Norfolk and Suffolk. Nearby, Norwich achieves an enviable balance as an enchanting cathedral city and a thriving modern metropolis. The city boasts some of the finest medieval architecture in Britain with its cathedral, castle and intricate network of winding streets. There is a vibrant mix of theatres, cinemas, arts festivals, exhibitions, museums, numerous pubs, stylish café bars and a vast array of restaurants. The shopping is excellent and the atmosphere relaxed and friendly. For a truly memorable day out, visit north Norfolk with its untamed ever-changing coastline, award-winning beaches, dramatic vistas, classic seaside resorts, charming market towns and picture postcard villages. Much of it is designated an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' internationally known for its wildlife. So why not make The Nelson Hotel your base for exploring Great Yarmouth.
- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception , Limited Hours Room Service , Wake Up Call Available
- Wedding Licence , Lift to all floors
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Business Centre
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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81% would recommend it to a friend
old and in need of up date
Room was in great need of up date paint work to window was peeling.
Carpets needed a good clean. shower hose at leaks to both connections so water was leaking out of both. fire alarm was sounding off. And nobody informed us if it was a drill or a fault or for real. towels were old and wasn't big enough to be classed as a both towel but was so worn didn't real dry you.
In desperate need of refurbishment
We stayed in room 306, apparently a newly re-decorated room, unlikely.
The white wood furniture was tarnished yellow. The wooden bath panel kept coming away from the bath, the carpet around the toilet was covered in urine stains, the toilet roll holder was coming away from the wall. The cold tap ran hot and the room itself was like a furness. Went down to get someone to check our radiator, as it wouldn't turn off and was told that all the valves had been removed, so we couldn't. The beds were quite comfortable, but you was only given one very thin pillow per bed with no spare pillows anywhere in the room. The breakfast was terrible, again sitting in a boiling hot dining room. Thank goodness we only stayed the one night and only slept there, definitely not worth the £85 a night they charge. The man on reception however, was very friendly and couldn't do enough for you.