Welcome to the Palm Court Hotel
The elegant Victorian frontage of the hotel looks out over the sandy dunes of Great Yarmouth’s iconic shoreline.
We are very proud of our family business, situated just a stone’s throw from the famous seafront.
Opened by Joe Delf in 1959, it has spanned three generations and is currently run by his grandsons Nick and Jason.
Both Jason and Nick have a wealth of experience in the hospitality industry, with both working in the hotel since they were teenagers, helping their father and grandfather.
They both manage Palm Court Hotel and sister hotel Marine Lodge, which is just a few footsteps away along the seafront.
The hotel boasts 70 bedrooms, 5 dining and conference rooms, and a large private off-road parking area.
Palm Court is also the only hotel in the area with an indoor heated swimming pool.
We pride ourselves on our warm and friendly service, which sees customers return to visit us year after year.
Locals and visitors can enjoy the large array of bar meals, afternoon tea or dinner in the restaurants, or if you are looking for a function room, we cater for a wide range of events from weddings to graduation parties.
We have a sister hotel the 4* Marine Lodge close by. Check out their website at www.marinelodge.co.uk
Restaurant & Bar
Whatever you fancy, we’ve got you covered
Sea too cold? Take a dip in our luxurious heated pool
Take advantage of our in-house entertainment.
Planning an event? Look no further
Restaurant & Bar
24hr night porter for early/late check ins and outs
Off road parking and electric car charging points
Food served all day
Early breakfast can be arranged on request
Lifts to all floors
Ground floor wheelchair accessible
70+ Bedrooms all with en-suite facilities
5 function/conference suites able to cater from 20-140 people
Regular Live entertainment during summer season
Free Wi-Fi and free national calls
The Palm Court Hotel Experience
Our local area
Great Yarmouth is visited by more than five million people every year, making it Britain’s third most popular seaside resort.
It is best known for its sandy beaches, Golden Mile attractions, fun fairs, piers and amusements as well as its vast range of restaurants and bars.
But it also has a range of theatres, museums, and is on the doorstep of tranquil waterways and unspoilt coastal villages.
Close by are golf courses, horse racing, greyhound racing and banger racing and some top quality bowls greens.
And throughout the year there are events and festivals catering for all tastes and interests.
Find out more about what the area has to offer on the local tourism website www.great-yarmouth.co.uk