If corporate hospitality is the name of the game, Great Yarmouth has some superb options, from venues where your clients will be guaranteed to be able to let their hair down and have some fun, to more formal pursuits.
Great Yarmouth Racecourse has 24 race meetings a year between April and October. With races taking place in the afternoon or evening, executive suites overlooking the course and marquees opposite the finish line are available where you can wine and dine your clients.
For something a little less formal, but still with all the thrill of a potential win, Yarmouth Stadium has three executive boxes, situated next to the finish line. With greyhound racing all year round on a Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, and three course meals served directly to your box where a full bar is available, this is an evening out that's just that little bit different.
There are four golf courses within easy striking distance of Great Yarmouth, 18 holes at Great Yarmouth & Caister Golf Club overlooking the race course, 18 holes at Gorleston-on-Sea Golf Club and at Caldecott Hall Golf Club at Fritton, as well as a 9 hole par 3 course with driving range at Browston Hall Country Club. All clubs offer day membership.
Great Yarmouth has two casinos, both of which can provide catering and corporate hospitality options. Other evening pursuits to be recommended are ten-pin bowling at either Regent Bowl or the Wellington Pier, or perhaps some go-karting or roller skating if you want to inject some fun and informality into your customer relationship management or if you're looking for an energetic team-building activity, Quasar laser quest is something a bit different to consider.