Hemsby (Norfolk) Reviews
Description:Seaside village located in Norfolk
Newest Review: ... took a walk into Hemsby resort. It had not really changed in the years since our last visit other than to look somewhat shabby and tired. Beach Road is lined with amusement arcades, bingo venues, places to eat and convenience and gift shops. There are several pubs and bars in Hemsby and various attractions such as mini golf and children's rides. At first glance, it has to be said, that ... more
Customer Hemsby (Norfolk) Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/09/11 (Very useful, 215 readings)
Review of Hemsby, Norfolk. My partner and I have just returned from a week long break in Hemsby. We had visited the area previously, around 10 years ago and had a very pleasant holiday, so when the opportunity to take a last minute holiday presented itself, we decided to return to Hemsby. *==The Resort==* Situated on the beautiful Norfolk coast, Hemsby is definitely a divided village! The residential part is a mixture of old and new houses, a few small shops and other facilities. Then comes Beach Road, the main thoroughfare leading to the beach, this and nearby Newport Road make up the 'resort' section of Hemsby. The two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/11, updated on 11/06/11 (Very useful, 520 readings)
*This review is based solely on my family's experiences as holiday makers* In an era where it seems to be the norm to take holidays abroad in far flung destinations, many of our traditional seaside resorts seem to be taking a battering. I for one, think it's time to take a stand and support our local destinations, especially as we are all struggling in these money pinching times. So rather than taking our holiday abroad this year, we decided to re-visit Hemsby, a relatively small sea side village/town on the Norfolk coast. Well, if I'm going to be absolutely honest, I never had any intention of going abroad, don't have a passport and we enjoyed our visit so ... Read the complete review
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