Guide To The Norfolk Broads

2021 Norfolk Broads Guide to Places to Eat, Drink and Shop

Where to Eat, Drink and Shop on the Norfolk Broads With all the upset and social distancing we’ve had to get used to you might worry that staples will be in short supply this season. The new

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The Ferry Inn, Horning

The Ferry Inn is situated at one end of the picturesque village of Horning. This riverside pub has plenty of mooring for boats as well as ample parking. It has superb outdoor facilities for children

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How Hill to Ludham Bridge

How Hill is a great place to start a walk, there is a car park and plenty of mooring for boats, making it an ideal starting point however you arrive. Walkers should walk out to How Hill Staithe, a

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Suggested Canoe Routes From Wroxham 

Suggested Canoe Routes From Wroxham Get your training and pick up your canoe from Barnes Brinkcraft. Then it’s time to wander your way down a little dyke before meeting the main river.  This

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Visiting the Norfolk Broads in May or June?

Given the choice (which never happens) I’d visit the Norfolk Broads in May or June. The longest day of the year is on the 20th of June. Loads of daylight hours to enjoy a riverside walk, take

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Beautiful Norfolk has a holiday for every age and taste

We may be a bit biased by we honestly think that Norfolk has more to offer than any other area in the UK. And with the thaw just setting in and icicles dripping from rooftops now is the time to dream

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Autumn the perfect season for tackling big shoals of bream and roach

With less river traffic as Autumn arrives, now is the season that fishermen head for the Norfolk Broads to seek the big shoals of bream and roach.  Every visitor has a favourite spot, but using a

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