This vistor's guide will give you some ideas of where to go when visiting the Norfolk Broads. If you email your ideas to us, we will post them here for others to enjoy.
Getting Started The boat will be fuelled and ready to go from 2.00pm on the day your charter commences. Boats must be returned to the berth by no later than 9.00am on the day your charter ends. Operational instruction will be provided by one of our team, who will not leave you until you are compl...Read more
A complete guide to the Broads may be found aboard your boat, but a selection of places to eat and drink is outlined below. Acle The Bridge Inn Old Road, AcleTel: 01493 750288SPECIAL QUALITIES Were family friendly with riverside gardens and a huge childrens play area. People come back because the ...Read more
Introduction Norwich, the capital of Norfolk, is an ancient and gracious city that is best explored on foot, since many of the finest medieval buildings are hidden away down narrow alleys and streets. The Tourist Information Centre can be found in The Forum. Telephone 01603 727927 or visit www.the...Read more
Horstead Farming Group HFG Farm Shop, North Walsham Road, Beeston St Andrew, NR12 7BP01603 424608 www.h-f-g.co.uk Five farmers working together to bring our customers fresh local produce, much of which is home grown. Including fruit and vegetables, rare breed and free-range meat and poultry, flour,...Read more
In the Broads we are doing our bit to help the environment. As a visitor there are things you can do too: Conserve energy turn off lights and TVs when you dont need them, dont run the engines or generator unnecessarily and close the window if you have the heating on; Give the car a rest wherever ...Read more
Some of the broads themselves are nature reserves, for example Barton. There are many nature reserves in the Broads where you can see good examples of all the traditional Broads landscapes and the wildlife that lives there. Some have special trails, boat trips or other facilities. Some nature reser...Read more
The Broads have a treasure-trove of interesting places to visit. Here are but a few of them. Berney Arms MillThe tallest wind pump in the country, wonderful views of the marshes. Access by boat, train (Berney Arms Halt) and footpaths from Halvergate and Great Yarmouth. Open: April-September. Group ...Read more