23rd December 2022 - 4 Night Christmas Break
Get into the Christmas Spirit this December with a Family Christmas Break starting Friday 23rd December.
On this extra special All Inclusive break, you and your family will celebrate Christmas in style. You’ll enjoy exhilarating activities from our festive programme bursting with merriment, sip a festive coffee as you’re mesmerised by the first-class live entertainment in the Garden Bar and tuck into mouth-watering food three times a day, all before retiring to your cosy accommodation for a relaxing night’s sleep.
Plus, on Christmas Eve you'll get to enjoy our superb Festive Performance, before tucking into a delicious Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings on the big day.
At Potters Resorts Hopton-on-Sea, everything is included in your Christmas Break price:
Full board dining including four meals a day
Sports, leisure & activities
West End quality entertainment
Drinks included throughout your stay
£999Price based on standard bungalow accomodation
What’s included in your Christmas Break at Potters Resort
Food & Drink
Sports & Activities
There’s so much to do on a Christmas Break at Potters Resorts Hopton-on-Sea
Download our Christmas Programme from 2021 to get an idea of just how much is packed into your Christmas Break.
The 2022 Christmas Break programme is yet to be confirmed.View Sample Programme
Proud to be All Inclusive
Whatever the weather, you’ll enjoy a warm welcome onto resort with a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie. Choose from our festive coffee menu whenever you need a pick-me-up, and enjoy a fantastic variety of dishes that are sure to have something that will tickle your taste buds, including an extra special turkey dinner with all the trimmings on Christmas Day! Our food is traditional British fare, the perfect complement to an all inclusive Christmas Break, and it’s plentiful. Take a look at what could be on the menus…
Join us on the glorious Norfolk coast
Set on the coastline border of Norfolk and Suffolk, Potters Resorts is situated in the village of Hopton-on-Sea where the sun rises first at the UK’s most easterly point.