Regent Road is a lively, wide, pedestrianised avenue leading all the way from seafront to town centre, lit in the evening by a stunning ceiling of light. Regent Road is home to all sorts of traditional seaside shops selling seaside goods at fantastic prices, as well as great restaurants and cafés, and some superb entertainment venues.
Visit Regent Road’s very own Indoor Market where you will find an array of shops and a cafe and takeaway all under one roof. From collectibles and confectionery to clothing, body art, toys and gadgets, cards and gifts, it’s all here. Take a break at Marshells Bistro and treat yourself to something tasty or have a sweet treat on the go from the takeaway located at the entrance.
There’s no-where quite like Regent Road, it’s an attraction all by itself.
Stretching from the town centre all the way to the seafront, this pedestrianised, wide avenue is one of the liveliest places to be by day with crowds of people thronging up and down, browsing the hundreds of unusual shops, enjoying seaside food and drink in busy pavement cafés and watching traditional Yarmouth rock made through the windows of the unique rock factory.
As evening falls, the ceiling of lights starts to glitter and lights the way to evening entertainment at both the town centre and seafront ends of Regent Road with restaurants and bars all the way along, perfect for evening meals, cocktails or after dinner fun and games.
There’s entertainment for all including Regent SuperBowl and its Crazy Club indoor children’s play area, Stars nightclub and Spencer’s Sports Bar plus regular live music at The Prince Regent and a lively atmosphere at the ever popular Wetherspoon’s favourite ‘The Troll Cart’.
So head to Regent Road, it has it all!
To experience the wonderful Regent Road, why not enter this brilliant competition to win a 7 night holiday for up to eight people in 2016 with no date restrictions, staying at Haven Seashore and including a number of attraction visits.
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