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Jennis Lodge

We are a friendly, family run guest house open all year, situated just off the beautiful sandy beach of Gorleston-on-sea. The marine gardens are here to sit in, relax and enjoy the view. Tennis courts, bowling greens, a trim trail or pitch and putt are here for the active person, or why not join the locals jogging along the promenade. Whilst amusements, playground area and paddling pool are available for the children.

Access is available during your stay at all times with your own set of keys. All of our rooms are En-Suite. Your room will be comfortably furnished and have facilities for making tea and coffee, a radio alarm clock, (why not get up early to see the wonderful sight of the sun rising over the sea) and a Freeview TV with DVD or Video player. All rooms have free of charge hard wired broadband connection.

You can also relax at any time (maybe reading a book) next to the large tropical fish tank in the guest lounge, with cable TV and DVD. In addition you can pre-book evening meals. We can cater for all dietary requirements and fancies. You tell us what you like and how you like it!

The town centre of Gorleston is only a 10 minute walk. There you will find many of the normal high street shops and banks. Alternatively, you can catch the bus from just outside our door to either Great Yarmouth or Lowestoft for bigger shopping centres, markets and Sea life centre.

Gorleston -On-Sea is ideally located for touring Norfolk and Suffolk. Jennis Lodge Guest House provides you with a great central location for those of you who want to enjoy the beach or local walks. The towns of Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft are just a short drive or bus ride away, with the bus stop just outside our door.

We are right on the doorstep of the Norfolk Broads featuring Filby, Hickling, Wroxham, and Oulton Broads along with Breydon Water and the rivers Yare and Bure.

The East coast also provides beautiful coastal walks to watch the sun rise and sandy beaches at Caister-on-sea, Great Yarmouth, Hopton and Lowestoft.

Norwich, along with it's cathedral, which boasts to be the second highest point in Norfolk, can be accessed easily by car, train, bus or park and ride.

Local attractions include Africa Alive, Pleasurewood Hills theme park, Tide and Time museum, Butterfly Farm, Sealife Centre And The Pleasure Beach. Also Horse, Greyhound or Stockcar Racing is available if you fancy a flutter. For those of you who enjoy a stroll, Somerleyton Hall and Fritton Lake provide a lovely, relaxing setting.

The Ocean Rooms and Pavilion Theatre are a two minute walk away, or Potters at Hopton is six minutes in the car. Finally if none of this takes your fancy the area also boasts the Caister Car Collection and Castle, Pettitts Animal Adventure, The Maritime Museum and Redwings Horse Sanctuary.

So as you can see, come rain or shine there is always something to do within easy reach of Jennis Lodge Guest House.

We feel our guest house is the place to stay, whether on a business trip, enjoying a holiday, a romantic break or visiting family and friends. You will always receive a hearty breakfast, a warm welcome and want to come back to stay with us again and again. We look forward to seeing you.

Vicci and Paul.

Contact Details

Address: 63 Avondale Road,
Gorleston On Sea,
NR31 6DJ.
Telephone 01493 662840

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This page was last updated: 05 July 2011

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