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Sandy Acres Guesthouse
80-81 Salisbury Road
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk

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A warm, 4 star, welcome from May and Mick is assured when you come to stay at Sandy Acres. We aim to provide a friendly and comfortable "home from home" at excellent value, helping you to gain the most from your holiday. We are a family guest house where children of all ages are truly made welcome. A happy smile, bright surroundings and good food will add to the enjoyment of your visit to Great Yarmouth. We are situated about 300 metres from the seafront, less than 1 mile from the town centre shops & market, and 10 minutes walk from the Racecourse. Almost on our doorstep is a Post Office, McColl's General Store & Newsagent, Launderette, Pizza & Kebab take-away, fish & chip shop, a bakery, hairdresser & solarium, betting shop and several pubs. There is also a bus stop handy for days when you don't fancy the stroll to the town centre or you want to go further afield without the car.Awarded 4 stars for the quality of our accommodation and hospitality by Visit Britain (formerly English Tourist Board) and we have again retained our 5 stars award for food safety & hygiene by the Environmental Health Department.

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