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Holiday Parks in Great Yarmouth

Cherry Tree Holiday Park
Mill Road
Burgh Castle

Great Yarmouth
Norfolk

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Cherry Tree Holiday Park

Awards –
* 4 Star English Tourism Board
* Silver David Bellamy Conservation Award

Facilities and entertainment includes –

* Entertainment venue with nightly entertainment.
* Kids’ clubs with Maxi, Milli & Multi for 4 – 10 year olds.
* Freestyle teen club for 10-15 year olds.
* Indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
* Bar and restaurant.
* Fitness suite.
* All weather sports court.
* Nearby fishing lakes.
* Amusements.
* Indoor play zone.
* Crazy golf.
* Free Wi-Fi.
* And much more!

New for 2011

We’re continually investing in our parks and 2011 is no exception. We've invested ££millions across our parks to make your 2011 stay with us even better! You’ll find:
• New accommodation on 21 of our parks
• Sid and Lizzie and their Star Landers Club have been introduced to all parks.
• We have also improved facilities across our parks including refurbished bars and swimming pools.

For more information or to book online, visit the Parkdean Holidays website for great savings on your next holiday.

More Holiday Parks nearby

Vauxhall Holiday Park (0.89 miles)

Seashore Holiday Park (1.60 miles)

Cherry Tree (3.07 miles)

Caister Holiday Park (3.47 miles)

Wild Duck Holiday Park (4.58 miles)

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