Hopton Holiday Village, Great Yarmouth
An amazing opportunity for some quality time for Teens and their family!
Would you like a holiday in Great Yarmouth? We have kindly been given the opportunity of a Caravan break to Hopton Park in Great Yarmouth.
Hopton Holiday Village is a family holiday Park and is open from 1 March until 31 October each year.
The caravan is 3 bedroom, with plenty of room for a family up to 6. It will be offered on a self catering basis, free of charge. Activities and food are not included. Bed linen is included, but you will be required to bring your own towels. The accommodation must be left at the condition it was given.
The park is very clean, has a lovely clean sandy beach, inside and outside pools, a 9 hole golf course and many children’s activities from football club, painting to archery! So there’s plenty for the whole family to do, you can find out more here.
The park is completely wheelchair accessible with ramps etc, but unfortunately the holiday home itself is not wheelchair accessible.
There are x3 steps that take you up to a decking which then brings you to the front door. The front door is smaller than a standard door and will not enable a wheelchair to be pushed through. In addition, the hallway within the home is quite narrow and there is also a step up in to the shower.
Week days, weekends and week stays are available.
If you would like know more about this opportunity or would like to discuss available dates please drop us an email, give us a call or use the "register" button to the right.
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