Holkham Hotel, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth

Photograph of the Holkham Hotel in 1977

By Lauren McCurdy

Photo:The Holkham Hotel, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth in 1977

The Holkham Hotel, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth in 1977

Great Yarmouth Museums

Photo:Advert for Holkham Hotel in 1970 edition of Great Yarmouth and Gorleston on Sea Holiday Guide

Advert for Holkham Hotel in 1970 edition of Great Yarmouth and Gorleston on Sea Holiday Guide

Great Yarmouth Museums

This page was added by Lauren McCurdy on 10/05/2007.
Comments about this page

I think the front of this Hotel was a bar called the Longshore, it had entertainment on in the 1970's.

 

 

By Kathleen Kennedy
On 04/02/2013

What was the name of the restaraunt across from this hotel? I think its a noodle bar now.

By Patrick Mccafferty
On 24/05/2013

Somewhere near here was Joes Oyster Bar. Anyone know where it was ? I worked there in the 60's. Keith Woods, starwalk@btinternet.com

By Keith Woods
On 22/10/2013

There was a shellfish stall at the very front of the hotel before the bar was extended. The guy's name who ran it was Joe. Maybe the same one?? 

By Rodney Beckett
On 30/03/2016

I am joe symonds grandson he had the shelfishstall on the forecourt of the Holkham Hotel which was later run by his son Frank when the stall closed he openend a fish chip shop in Nelson Road central I spent many long hours in the fish stall picking whelks out of the shells.

By asymonds
On 30/03/2016

That was my dad frank symonds who ran it in the  period after the war  now sadly no longer with us

the stall used to belong to my grandfather Bertie symonds my mother had the fish shop on nelson road central   

By P Symonds
On 22/01/2017

the restaurant opposite  the Holkham hotel was the Metropol There was a burger bar along side that run by a Mr Arms if that is the correct spelling  and to the right of that was a fresh fruit stall. 

By P SYMONDS
On 22/01/2017

My father was Frank Symonds His Father was Bertie Symonds my father took it over when he died .....My mother started the fish shop on Nelson road long before the stall on the sea front closed down, my father was not called Joe or his Father either it was just a name they used on both the fish shop and stall.

By laxarby1
On 22/01/2017

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