Probably the most famous city in east England is the beautiful historic university town of Cambridge. Lying around 50 miles north of London, the student packed city has vibrant and varied nightlife to enjoy as well as a range of quality casinos.
Approximatley 20 miles south east from London is Chelmsford, with a strong claim to being Britains oldest town with settlements found dating back 3,000 years. Now populated by wealthy London commuters, there’s never any shortage of money being spent on the casino tables.
Still within Cambridgeshire is the large town of Peterborough, we would reccomend checking out their Greyhound Racing Stadium for some alternative gaming.
For a real break the seaside towns of Ramsgate, Margate and Great Yarmouth provide lovely sandy beaches, cozy costal pubs, restraunts and of course some great casinos.
Situated in the imposing grade II listed Shadingfield Lodge on Marine Parade, with stunning, uninterupted views across the beach and sea, Grosvenor Casino Great Yarmouth is a fantastic and rather decadent place to spend an evening.
The oak pannelled casino and poker rooms provide roulette, blackjack, baccarat, various poker games and of course lots and lots of slots. The Grosvenor is very luxorious with starched table cloths in the restraunt and a traditional bar…no neon lights here, except for in the slots lounge.
One special feature worthy of mention are their ‘Racedays’ where you can pick up a free drink and a free bet giving you the chance to win £10.00. Contact the casino for more details.