Broadland Sands is perfectly located on a lovely part of the Suffolk coast, between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Situated overlooking the sea, this multi-facility holiday park is the ideal base for exploring the delights of East Anglia. The popular seaside resorts of Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft are within easy reach, as are the wonderfully tranquil Norfolk Broads, Britain’s newest National Park. There is also a spotlessly clean Blue Flag beach just a short drive away.
On the park, there’s a warm welcome with a host of fun and games for all the family. There’s an indoor heated swimming pool with a 45-meter flume, children’s pool, a dinosaur-themed crazy golf course, pool, Sky TV and a children’s playground. There are also great activities for all the family including a pottery station, a climbing wall, and more!
On the refreshment front, you’ll find a themed bar, separate lounge, a fast food takeaway, and a large conservatory with bar and restaurant. There’s also a launderette and mini-mart shop for your convenience. In the evenings you’ll find a great atmosphere and some wonderful live entertainment and dancing in the club.
Broadland Sands offers a superb range of caravan holiday homes, all equipped with a fitted kitchen, colour TV, background heating and duvets.
- Entertainment Venue: live shows, competitions, disco, karaoke etc.
- Family-friendly Bar with Sky TV
Broadland Sands - the unbeatable base for getting out and about; thrills, fun, fascination, learning, looking, busy or peaceful, the list of things to see and do (on the doorstep or an easy daytrip by car) is endless.
Animals - Suffolk Wildlife Park, Banham Zoo, Sea Life Centre, Thrigby Hall, Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, Amazonia World of Reptiles, Pet’s Corner, The Otter Trust, Easton Farm Park and more!
Loads of fun - Pleasurewood Hills, the fabulous Pleasure Beach at Yarmouth, Dinosaur Adventure Park!.
Nature - Fritton Lake Country World, Minsmere Nature Reserve or Orford Ness Bird Sanctuary.
Visit - beautiful Norwich (so much to see), the historic market towns of Beccles and Bungay, Snape Maltings; see candlemakers, glassmakers and potters.
Go Boating - the famous Broads start at Oulton, just down the road - day boats, river trips, cruisers; take a sea fishing trip; there are super marine museums to see as well.
Don’t miss - Somerleyton Hall with its maze, The Village Experience, Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall, Sheringham Park, or the odd ancient castle or two!
Not Forgetting - Bure Valley or North Norfolk Railways, The Rural Life Museum and Farm, The Transport Museum, The Aviation Museums, a splendid military collection, museums of local rural life, the Magic of Steam, the model village and railway, Wroxham Barns, Orford Castle, there’s even a herring smoking museum!
Feeling Active? - there’s bowling, go-karting, horse riding, golf courses, choice of sports and leisure complexes, beach angling, coastal walks.
Go - to horse or greyhound racing and stock car/banger events at Yarmouth.
Or - simply explore the gentle countryside with all its delights in this unspoilt corner of England
- The choice really is endless, and - it's all yours to enjoy!
Based on 3 review(s)
31 Jul 2017
This park wrongly advertises information on their website. The pictures of caravans displayed are not what you receive or remotely close to what you expect at time of booking. There is not enough things to do as shown on website. There are no local amenities close by apart from entering into Yarmouth. The staff are not very helpful. The caravan we booked was suppose to be a bronze plus for 4 adults, it was accommodated for 2 to live in. It was not cleaned, we endured a power cut the first night only to find the power box was left very dangerously open hanging out onto the grass. The toaster was faulty which also caused the power to cut off. The oven door was left hanging dangerously. We noticed all this after we had been told all appliances get checked before new arrivals but clearly these important issues were missed. The staff were unable to move us because they said they were booked but after exploring the park we found several unoccupied caravans, more to the point, the maintenance manager said we would need to be moved due to the health and safety of the cooker, a bit of a contradiction from being told there are no more free caravans! After another complaint they agreed to issue a days stay due to the inconvenience and being exposed to appliances that did not meet the health & safety requirements, waiting to see if this refund enters my bank. What was meant to be a relaxing weekend away turned into a nightmare all because things were not checked in the first place. They advertise wrong info and then are very unhelpful. Would never return to this place again. This doesn't even warrant a star.
Kent 24 Sep 2012
We stayed in a gold 6 caravan, it was excellent, the park was ideal location for visiting everywhere especially Africa Alive where we fed the giraffes and I went in with the meerkats.
The park itself was good but could do with a chippy or like to take away food, the entertainment was ok, the amusements were impossibly hard ti win any thing out of the 2p machines.
Overall a very good holiday and would definitely go back
Bedfordshire 05 Aug 2011
An enjoyable pleasant stay at this site. The amenities were fine and the entertainment was ok. Didn't go swimming but from what I had heard it is was a nice warm outside pool. Friendly staff added to the expereince. Would definitely visit again!