Hoveton, Norfolk, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Hoveton

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2br Home/Apartment
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The Space4*,Self catering cottage, all on ground floor, (wheel chair (URL HIDDEN) room/kitchen are with patio doors. 2 bedrooms:1 double, 1 single with additional pull-out single. Shower room with toilet. Gas Central heating. Bed linen and towels provided. Travel cot and high chair. Free view T.V. DVD stereo/cd.microwave.washing machine. (URL HIDDEN) Wi-fi. Enclosed patio and furniture. Parking. No smoking. Easy walking access. 1 small dog welcome, at an extra charge of £10 per night. Off road parking, on owners drive. Will leave key if not in, and will just pop over to say Hi! And give any advice if needed. Will then leave guests to enjoy their break, but always available as live on site. It's very friendly, close to everything I need and enjoy. There's a main line rail link in Hoveton which can take you into Norwich/London or up to the North Norfolk Coast. We have a regular bus service which can take you into Norwich or in the other direction- Great Yarmouth. You can also hire bikes and if you really want to do some exciting exploring- a canoe! BeWilderwood Cycle and Boat hire, Sailing, Bird Watching, Fishing, Small gauge railway, Ski club, Cromer Crabbing, Fine Dining in walking distance. Go karting, Thursford, Dinosaur park, Cromer - Sheringham - Blakeney - Holt - Norwich - Great Yarmouth Guest AccessOff road parking, on owners drive. Interaction with GuestsWill leave key if not in, and will just pop over to say Hi! And give any advice if needed. Will then leave guests to enjoy their break, but always available as live on site. The NeighborhoodIt's very friendly, close to everything I need and enjoy. The beach is only 15 minutes away, Norwich 20 minutes, the Broad is in walking distance, as well as amenities such as supermarkets, banks and the pub! Getting AroundThere's a main line rail link in Hoveton which can take you into Norwich/London or up to the North Norfolk Coast. We have a regular bus service which can take you into Norwich or in the other direction- Great Yarmouth. You can also hire bikes and if you really want to do some exciting exploring- a canoe! Other Things to NoteBeWilderwood Cycle and Boat hire, Sailing, Bird Watching, Fishing, Small gauge railway, Ski club, Cromer Crabbing, Fine Dining in walking distance. Go karting, Thursford, Dinosaur park, Cromer - Sheringham - Blakeney - Holt - Norwich - Great Yarmouth
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3br Home/Apartment
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3-room house on 2 levels, comfortable and tasteful furnishings: living/dining room with TV, digital TV, flat screen TV and DVD. 1 double bedroom. 1 room with 1 bed. Kitchen (4 hotplates, oven, micro wave, freezer). 2 bath-rooms, sep. WC, bath/shower/WC. Upper floor: 1 double bedroom. Patio. Terrace furniture, barbecue, conservatory. Facilities: washing machine. Suitable for families.Wroxham 12 km from Norwich: Family friendly, comfortable house "Villiers Villa". In a quiet position in the residential district. Parking (for 2 cars) by the house. Shop, bar 750 m, sandy beach 18 km. Golf course (18 hole) 7 km. Nearby attractions: Wroxham Barns 2 km, Sprowston Park Golf Course 7 km, Norfolk Broads 28 km.
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18br 2-star Hotel
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Situated in Norwich, this hotel is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Wroxham Barns and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from BeWILDerwood. Cow Tower and Norwich Cathedral are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceBarn House Cottage offers comfortable accommodation for 2 people in a quiet, rural hamlet surrounded by farmland and bordered by the river Bure. The cottage has character and is very cosy but has modern kitchen facilities and 21st century plumbing! Guest AccessThe cottage is self contained and guests have access to a shared garden, garden furniture, barbeque. There is free parking for one car. This is a No Smoking property. Interaction with GuestsGuests will often be alone in the cottage; sometimes we occupy the main house which adjoins it and then interaction is as much or as little as guests prefer. The NeighborhoodBelaugh is middway between Wroxham and Coltishall (about 1.5 miles from each). Within 5 mins drive Wroxham offers a variety of shops from the family butcher with a superb range of home-made barbeque foods to a large supermarket. You can hire a boat or a bicycle, walk beside the river, fish, or take advantage of the local pubs and restaurants.The riverside village of Coltishall is 1.5 miles in the other direction. If you wish, you can walk there along the path outside your kitchen window across the fields and over a couple of stiles. Coltishall is quieter than Wroxham and there are a couple of nice pubs beside the river. And if you don't want to go anywhere, relax in the garden, enjoying the tranquil setting and listening to the birds. Belaugh is a tiny village but close to many attractions and facilities - an ideal base for touring, walking, cycling or fishing. The cottage is in very peaceful setting with no passing traffic. One small, well behaved dog welcome. Getting AroundA car is essential. Other Things to NoteThe cottage consists of a double bedroom with wardrobe, chest of drawers and double bed (bed linen included). A shower room with newly fitted suite - electric shower, wc and basin is right next to the bedroom. There is a shaver point and heated towel rail and all towels are provided. There is a fully fitted, recently updated kitchen which includes an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice box and dishwasher. The cottage is well supplied with crockery, utensils, glasses, etc., cleaning materials and dishwasher tablets. The spacious open plan living room/kitchen has two sofas, freeview TV, CD & DVD player. The property has central heating throughout with an electric stove in the living room for additional heating. Books, games, CDs & DVDs are provided. There is also free WiFi.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA uniquely furnished and renovated thatched cottage in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Ideally located for trips out on the waterways with Coot & Country and their vintage gentlemen's cruisers, exploring local beaches, private fishing available on the estate and just perfect relaxation all round Broad cottage has 3 bedrooms with king-size beds and one twin room with two singles. An additional 2 guests can be accommodated for on request. Available for 3 and 7+ night bookings - 2 night stays available upon request (generally less than 7 days before start date). In high season periods we do require a minimum of 4 night stays - but please enquire. Guest AccessGuests have private use of the cottage, the 1/2 garden space, walks around the adjacent private land, access to the land on the estate and private fishing access (by arrangement). A BBQ with tools is also supplied for guest use (guests need to bring charcoal). Coot & Country offer exclusive skippered day hire on one of their beautifully restored vintage cruisers with tailored packages available. We can accommodate for special occasions, evening or day cruises with canapés and matched wines or picnic hampers. Interaction with GuestsWe will personally attend to our guests needs and provide a tailored service to deliver a unique and wonderful holiday experience The NeighborhoodThe area has it all, wonderful landscapes, walks on endless beaches, cycling, canoeing, private fishing, BeWilderwood family adventure park on your doorstep and of course the 200km of idyllic waterways to explore on a stunning vintage cruiser. Plenty of outside parking with a large gravel parking area, enough room for 3-4 cars. Raised decking area with seating under a pergola just outside the kitchen door, perfect for alfresco dinning on those hot summer evenings. A dedicated paved suntrap area outside the pretty painted garden shed (which houses the BBQ). The garden also boasts a large lawned area for either admiring or relaxing in or kicking a ball about with the children. The gravelled drive is perfect for those boules fans - get the red wine out and get the competition on! You can even pick your own fruit from the cherry apple and plum trees, first come first serve on those I’m afraid! Thing's to do For children up to 12: BeWILDerwood is a little over a mile away, between Hoveton and Horning: BeWILDerwood is a wild and imaginative adventure park with magical treehouses where parents are encouraged to play alongside their children, which makes for a fabulous and brilliantly exciting day out for the whole family. Wroxham Barns offers sightly more traditional fun: there is a petting zoo, numerous stalls and shops and a mini fun fair and mini golf. Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a nicely designed zoo where the animals are kept in well designed, spacious enclosure (or they used to be anyway - I haven't been for a few years). Lenwade dinosaur park: There is also the funfair and seafront at Great Yarmouth. Activities You can hire bicycles at bewilderwood Canoeing is also possible (the upper reaches of the Bure are lovely. Kayaks can also be hired at Sea Palling There is also a Go Ape at Thetford Walks There are loads of great walks. The Weavers Way has some lovely walks, the sections around North Walsham are within easy distance. There is a footpath running alongside the river Bure from Belaugh up to Aylsham - all lovely. There is a lovely, shorter walk between Belaugh and Coltishall - park near the church at Belaugh, wander down to the river and you will pick up the footpath signs. There are great walks on the north norfolk coast - Holkham Beach, Blakeney Point (although it's miles of shingle beach so beware), Wells next the Sea. There are also much nearer coastal Walks at Sea Palling, Waxham and Winterton on Sea. There are terrific walks at Holkham, Blickling and Felbrigg - all national trust houses Things to see Norfolk has a stunning selection of Medieval Churches, too many to name here, but St Michael's, Barton Turf and Ranworth both have wondeful rood screeens. Salle and Worstead make the jaw drop with their scale and Hautbois (pronounced Hubbis) St Theobald is a combines both splendidly evocative ruin with a round tower on an ancient sire by the banks of the Bure. Norwich of course has its cathedral and the remnants of one of the great medieval town centres of Europe destroyed in the so called Baedeker raids at the start of WW2, but Tombland, the collection of streets opposite the main gate to the cathedral is still charming and has a decent selection of junk and antique shops making it well worth a visit. The Castle is also well worth a visit on a rainy day - there are some terrific interactive exhibits for children and a an art gallery with some wonderful Cotman's and other artists of the Norwich school. For those who want something more modern, the Sainsbury Centre is probably your best bet. The three great stately homes of Norfolk, Blickling, Houghton and Holkham are all worth a visit. Blickling is by far the closest and although the interior doesn't quite live up to the magnificence of the exterior (too many of the contents have been sold) it has lovely gardens and park and the Buckinghamshire Arms just in front of it does decent food. Houghton and Holkham are both wonderful, Houghton though is not a national trust property so be careful about opening times. They are both an hour or so away. The Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden are worth a visit have a very good collection of wetland plants and makes for a pleasant forty minute wander. Finally, St Benet's Abbey,which although it is slightly underwhelming as a ruin is still beautiful and makes for a very pleasant walk down from Horning. It was one of the greatest abbeys of medieval England and the only one not to be closed down by Henry VIII during the dissolution of the monasteries. It gives a good sight of the broads landscape - a landscape that was in large part created by the monks of the abbey. Shopping and Eating You will have noticed Roys on your way through Hoveton (although, for obvious reasons, it calls itself Roys of Wroxham, Wroxham is in fact the village on the other side of the Bure, which is Hoveton! Roys is 'the world's largest village store' - it has a not bad supermarket, a department store (with a pharmacy), garden centre, clothes boutique, children's clothing shop, DIY and toy shop. For those that want even more of bargain than what Roys has to offer Lathams at Potter Heigham offers a unique insight into the bargain hungry attitudes of the Norfolk shopper. But Roys will be able to et all of your basic needs pretty well. Norwich of course has the usual range of malls and shops. Wroxham also has a fishing shop ((website hidden)) For better quality food there is a Waitrose at North Walsham fifteen minutes away. Coltishall also has a good selection of shops. Hewitt's a is a good, old fashioned butchers. There is a slightly eccentric greengrocers next to the chemists who if you are lucky will sell you punts of delicious wild Norfolk mushrooms. Just along from that is A Piece of Cake which does excellent cakes and a decent cup of coffee. Over the bridge towards Norwich there is Farm to Fork to Fish which has good fish and meat (pricier than Mr Hewitt) and excellent bread from the Pye Bakery in Norwich and a selection of cheeses etc. There is also a little deli in Horning /the-galley which has some lovely delights - have their warm scotch eggs - they are scrumptuous. Norfolk is something of a culinary desert. The only really good restaurant is Morston Hall, but that's an hour away. Other than that, the Saracen's head is well worth finding - it is in the middle of nowhere and there is a lovely walk in the park at Mannington just by it). The Bure River Cottage Restaurant is a very good fish restaurant, if a little spartan. The Recruiting Sergeant in Horstead, the Black Boys inn (sic) at Aylsham and the Buckinghamshire Arms by Blickling are all run by the same group and offer, good quality ingredients and hearty portions cooked well. Getting AroundFive minutes drive from Hoveton train station with connections to Norwich and London 2.5 hours away. Any transport needs can be catered for. Private drivers available for exploration by car and skippers available for our vintage cruisers. Other Things to NoteAll linen is 300 thread count Egyptian cotton, sumptuous feather and down duvets and pillows (synthetic can be provided if preferred) and every room is provided with Egyptian cotton 650gsm towel sets.
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4br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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The SpaceCoot Cottage steeped with history and is ideally located for family holidays. Accessed via a long private drive with river access to the Bure just outside Wroxham. It is a semi-detached building that was built in the 1600's that was part of a working farm that served the Estate. It is surrounded by true beauty and wilderness with reed marshes and alder stands all round and truly is a unique location for a wonderful family holiday. It's south facing terrace allows you to connect with nature and enjoy the space, natural beauty and uniqueness. Coot Cottage accommodates 8 in 4 King size rooms and also we can offer an additional 2 Zed Beds as required. One bedroom is accessed through another, ideal for families. All linen and towels are 400TC Egyptian cotton. Available for 3 and 7+ night bookings - 2 night stays available upon request (generally less than 7 days before start date). In high season periods we do require a minimum of 4 night stays - but please enquire. Coot cottage has a terrace & garden area to the rear, all south facing, and more garden space to the right hand side which the lounge and kitchen look out over. In addition there is a 300ft dyke just off the main river course with moorings where we can organise boat trips on one of our vintage wooden cruisers. Ideally located for trips out on the waterways with Coot & Country and their vintage gentlemen's cruisers, exploring local beaches, private fishing available on the estate and just perfect for relaxation all round. Guest AccessGuests have private use of the cottage, the 1 acre+ garden space, walks around the adjacent private land. There is ample parking for 5 cars+ with a large graveled front space. We also offer exclusive skippered day hire on our beautifully restored vintage cruisers with tailored packages available. We can accommodate for special occasions, evening or day cruises with canapés and matched wines or picnic hampers. Interaction with GuestsWe will personally attend to our guests needs and provide a tailored service to deliver a unique and wonderful holiday experience. The NeighborhoodThe area has it all, wonderful landscapes, walks on endless beaches, cycling, canoeing, private fishing, BeWilderwood family adventure park on your doorstep and of course the 200km of idyllic waterways to explore on a stunning vintage cruiser. Plenty of outside parking with a large gravel parking area, enough room for 3-4 cars. A large south facing terrace, perfect for alfresco dinning on those hot summer evenings. The garden is a truly unique blend of cultivated and wild space, with access to a 300ft private dyke where you can take one of our vintage cruisers out for hire (or moor your own), a wild private water for messing around on and masses of trees and wildlife. There is plenty of space for either admiring or relaxing in or kicking a ball about with the children. Goal post provided! The gravelled drive is perfect for those boules fans - get the red wine out and get the competition on! From late spring onwards pick your own home grown salad and veg from your very own stocked and managed vegetable garden (season dependent). We have an exclusive association with BeWILDerwood for our guests and can offer special packages - see current offers on our Coot and Country website. Getting around Walking distance to local shops and amenities. Two minutes drive from Hoveton train station with connections to Norwich and London 2.5 hours away. Any transport needs can be catered for. Private drivers available for exploration by car and skippers available for our vintage cruisers. Thing's to do For children up to 12: BeWILDerwood is a little over a mile away, between Hoveton and Horning: BeWILDerwood is a wild and imaginative adventure park with magical treehouses where parents are encouraged to play alongside their children, which makes for a fabulous and brilliantly exciting day out for the whole family. Wroxham Barns offers sightly more traditional fun: there is a petting zoo, numerous stalls and shops and a mini fun fair and mini golf. Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a nicely designed zoo where the animals are kept in well designed, spacious enclosure (or they used to be anyway - I haven't been for a few years). Lenwade dinosaur park: There is also the funfair and seafront at Great Yarmouth. Activities You can hire bicycles at bewilderwood Canoeing is also possible (the upper reaches of the Bure are lovely. Kayaks can also be hired at Sea Palling There is also a Go Ape at Thetford Walks There are loads of great walks. The Weavers Way has some lovely walks, the sections around North Walsham are within easy distance. There is a footpath running alongside the river Bure from Belaugh up to Aylsham - all lovely. There is a lovely, shorter walk between Belaugh and Coltishall - park near the church at Belaugh, wander down to the river and you will pick up the footpath signs. There are great walks on the north norfolk coast - Holkham Beach, Blakeney Point (although it's miles of shingle beach so beware), Wells next the Sea. There are also much nearer coastal Walks at Sea Palling, Waxham and Winterton on Sea. There are terrific walks at Holkham, Blickling and Felbrigg - all national trust houses Things to see Norfolk has a stunning selection of Medieval Churches, too many to name here, but St Michael's, Barton Turf and Ranworth both have wondeful rood screeens. Salle and Worstead make the jaw drop with their scale and Hautbois (pronounced Hubbis) St Theobald is a combines both splendidly evocative ruin with a round tower on an ancient sire by the banks of the Bure. Norwich of course has its cathedral and the remnants of one of the great medieval town centres of Europe destroyed in the so called Baedeker raids at the start of WW2, but Tombland, the collection of streets opposite the main gate to the cathedral is still charming and has a decent selection of junk and antique shops making it well worth a visit. The Castle is also well worth a visit on a rainy day - there are some terrific interactive exhibits for children and a an art gallery with some wonderful Cotman's and other artists of the Norwich school. For those who want something more modern, the Sainsbury Centre is probably your best bet. The three great stately homes of Norfolk, Blickling, Houghton and Holkham are all worth a visit. Blickling is by far the closest and although the interior doesn't quite live up to the magnificence of the exterior (too many of the contents have been sold) it has lovely gardens and park and the Buckinghamshire Arms just in front of it does decent food. Houghton and Holkham are both wonderful, Houghton though is not a national trust property so be careful about opening times. They are both an hour or so away. The Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden are worth a visit have a very good collection of wetland plants and makes for a pleasant forty minute wander. Finally, St Benet's Abbey,which although it is slightly underwhelming as a ruin is still beautiful and makes for a very pleasant walk down from Horning. It was one of the greatest abbeys of medieval England and the only one not to be closed down by Henry VIII during the dissolution of the monasteries. It gives a good sight of the broads landscape - a landscape that was in large part created by the monks of the abbey. Shopping and Eating You will have noticed Roys on your way through Hoveton (although, for obvious reasons, it calls itself Roys of Wroxham, Wroxham is in fact the village on the other side of the Bure, which is Hoveton! Roys is 'the world's largest village store' - it has a not bad supermarket, a department store (with a pharmacy), garden centre, clothes boutique, children's clothing shop, DIY and toy shop. For those that want even more of bargain than what Roys has to offer Lathams at Potter Heigham offers a unique insight into the bargain hungry attitudes of the Norfolk shopper. But Roys will be able to et all of your basic needs pretty well. Norwich of course has the usual range of malls and shops. Wroxham also has a fishing shop ((website hidden)) For better quality food there is a Waitrose at North Walsham fifteen minutes away. Coltishall also has a good selection of shops. Hewitt's a is a good, old fashioned butchers. There is a slightly eccentric greengrocers next to the chemists who if you are lucky will sell you punts of delicious wild Norfolk mushrooms. Just along from that is A Piece of Cake which does excellent cakes and a decent cup of coffee. Over the bridge towards Norwich there is Farm to Fork to Fish which has good fish and meat (pricier than Mr Hewitt) and excellent bread from the Pye Bakery in Norwich and a selection of cheeses etc. There is also a little deli in Horning /the-galley which has some lovely delights - have their warm scotch eggs - they are scrumptuous. Norfolk is something of a culinary desert. The only really good restaurant is Morston Hall, but that's an hour away. Other than that, the Saracen's head is well worth finding - it is in the middle of nowhere and there is a lovely walk in the park at Mannington just by it). The Bure River Cottage Restaurant is a very good fish restaurant, if a little spartan. The Recruiting Sergeant in Horstead, the Black Boys inn (sic) at Aylsham and the Buckinghamshire Arms by Blickling are all run by the same group and offer, good quality ingredients and hearty portions cooked well. Getting AroundIf you've done the right thing and decided to leave the car behind, there is plenty of easy access to public transport or arranged transport with ourselves. Hoveton and Wroxham train station is about a 5 min walk! Other Things to NoteAll linen is 300 thread count Egyptian cotton, sumptuous feather and down duvets and pillows (synthetic can be provided if preferred) and every room is provided with Egyptian cotton 650gsm towel sets. A welcome package is provided with every booking on arrival which includes a selection of local goodies and necessities.
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2br cottage
    Sandringham Cottage is set in a near perfect central position on the banks of the River Bure on the Norfolk Broads within clear view of the infamous Wroxham Bridge - perfect for a tranquil and relaxing break. Due to its prominent position - in what is often termed the Capital of the Broads - on the river at Wroxham many guests have seen the cottage in promotional pictures or in friends' holiday pictures. Double glazed French doors open onto your own South East facing patio, complete with chairs for your use, with fine river views - an ideal place to while away the mornings while watching the activity on the river. In the evening the light weight chairs can be moved round and placed by the kitchen window to enjoy the evening sun and in summer this is a great place to watch returning day boats to the nearby marina and other boats making their way under the nearby Wroxham Bridge or to fish in season. The cottage is on the Peninsula private marina site that offers shared gardens, a private mooring if required and fishing from just outside the patio doors in season. Pike, bream and perch are regularly landed within 10 feet of the cottage door and wild swans are nearly always on the river nearby. Wroxham, Capital of the Broads, is a pleasant five minute walk away with a wide range of shops including the infamous Roy''s, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Favourites eateries nearby for guests not wishing to use the self catering option include the Yim Siam Thai, Wherryman's, The River Kitchen, Hotel Wroxham and King's Head Cavery. Takeaways include Thai, Indian, Chinese and a choice of fish and chips such as Ken's. There is always McDonalds' for the kids! The Boat Shed bar is adjacent to the Peninsula site and has a wide variety of beers and ciders, a pool table and is less than a 2 minute walk from the cottage - ideal for that evening beer! Tour boats and dayboat hire is available less than five minutes walk from your door to explore the magic of the Norfolk Broads by river. Try Wroxham Boat Hire, Broads Tours or The Canoe Man as some of the many means to get afloat locally while based at the cottage. The fine city of Norwich, that can be accessed easily by train, bus, car or park and ride at Sprowston, is about 8 miles away for shopping and theatre trips while the sandy beaches of the Norfolk coast are about 14 miles away. Cromer and Great Yarmouth are nearby too for traditional seaside activities. Other attractions include the Bure Valley Railway, Hoveton Hall, Blickling Hall, Wroxham Barns, BeWILDerwood, Go Ape and various zoos such as Africa Alive! On return from a busy day you can relax in your beautiful holiday home that has been fully renovated in 2015. Firstly it has a fully fitted kitchen with views of the iconic Wroxham Bridge. The kitchen features integral fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave, hob, extractor, oven and a built in fan heater if required in winter. All reasonably required cooking utensils are provided as is a dining a table for four if needed. The living room with great river views including a feature port hole window that many guests love, two new leather sofas, an electric fireplace, TV, DVD and Wi Fi. A complimentary teas and coffee pack will be in the cottage for you to enjoy for refreshment on arrival. Upstairs is a stunning main bedroom with a beautiful double bed, bed side tables, chest of drawers and large wardrobe. The South East facing window gives a virtually unparalleled view of this popular stretch of the River Bure in the morning. There is a second bedroom with twin beds, chest of drawers, large wardrobe and picture window that can open fully with views to Wroxham Bridge. All bedrooms have fantastic dual aspect main river views, beds are all made up with lovely pillows and duvets ready for your arrival and, unlike some other cottages, there is full ceiling height throughout. You will be amazed at how relaxed you will feel after just a few days enjoying this environment. There is a family bathroom, again full height throughout, with bath, shower above, hand basin, toilet, blower heater, storage cupboard, electric shaver point and heated towel rail. We have worked hard on a recent refit of this to ensure it is both practical and adds to your holiday experience. Towels are provided for your use. The cottage is fully insulated, double glazed and has electric heating through out for cosy nights in making for enjoyable breaks all year round. Off road parking for one vehicle is provided in a car park behind a security barrier close to the cottage and we can make arrangements for a medium sized boat to be moored on site for the duration of your stay if required. Got those trailing boats we can advise where these can be launched locally. Prices from 1 January 2017 include the cost of electricity. Wroxham, know as "The Capital of the Broads" has plenty to offer the whole family.In the immediate vicinity of the cottage there are a number of tour boat operators, day boat operators, boat chandlers and fishing tackle shops for those that are interested in activities on the water - Wroxham Broad is about a mile down stream and a few miles upstream from the cottage are Belaugh and then Coltishall that has a few good pubs that can be accessed from the road or river. There is also a range of pubs and restaurants, the nearest being The Shed is a converted boat shed that is no more than a 2 minute walk and offers a number of real ales, ciders and has a pool table and darts board for entertainment. For those that wish to use the kitchen in the cottage there is Roys Food Hall in the village within walking distance and a Tesco superstore on the outskirts of Norwich. Also close by are Wroxham Barns with all sorts of craft shops, the Bewilderwood outdoor activity centre and the Bure Valley Railway.The Norfolk coast is about 12 miles away for those that enjoy the sandy coast, further afield is Blakeney or Cromer, while Norwich is about 8 miles away. Norwich can be accessed by bus or train from Wroxham or for those with cars their is a good park and ride facility too.
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    5br cottage
      Waterside Retreat is a detached holiday home in a superb position, just off the main River Bure, in the heart of Wroxham, Broadlands' liveliest village. With 5 bedrooms, 3 bathroom, luxurious kitchen with eating area it will very comfortably sleeps up to 11 people. This is an ideal holiday retreat in the Norfolk Broads and an excellent location for sailing, fishing and bird watching. Modern and furnished to a high standard of comfort, this charming holiday home is a perfect retreat at any time of the year and guests benefit from the use of a rowing dinghy. Wroxham and Hoveton are divided by the River Bure, with the two villages generally referred to as Wroxham. It is one of the Norfolk Broads largest boat hire centres where you can enjoy river trips, hire a boat, enjoy some fishing, sailing, golf, cycling or walking with nature trails to follow. Sandy beaches can be found just twelve miles away and the City of Norwich with its beautiful cathedral, castle, museum, theatre and superb shopping is just eight miles. The village of Wroxham is home to Wroxham Barns, the Bure Valley Railway and Roys - the largest village store in the country. Here you will find riverside pubs, restaurants and shops that are just a short stroll from Waterside Retreat. Facilities •Living Room with comfortable seating, television with FreeView, DVD player, Radio/CD Player/iPod docking •Dinning area off lounge will comfortably seat 11 people •Leading from the lounge is the conservatory, with seating overlooking the water. A great place for a cup of tea or to relax with a book. Which in turn leads out onto the patio area, decked garden with picnic bench and the water's edge •Kitchen with seperate eating area with comfortably sit 8 people. American fridge/freezer, electric hob/cooker, dishwasher, microwave and toaster •Broadband Internet access with WiFI available (small additional charge applies) •Electricity and full gas Central heating included (reasonable use) •Washing machine and tumble-dryer •Den with seating for 2-3 with TV - ideal for children to have their own space •Cot, high chair, stair gate •Guests have the use of rowing dinghy •TV's to 5 rooms all with Freeview to satisfy all tastes Accommodation Downstairs•Bedroom four with 2 single beds •Bedroom five with 2 single beds •Bathroom with bath, separate shower, washbasin and WC Upstairs•Master bedroom with Queen size bed, ensuite bathroom with luxury shower. Balcony with view of the river. TV •Bedroom two with double bed and TV •Bedroom three with 3 single beds and TV •Luxury bathroom with corner bath, separate shower, washbasin and WC Outside: Approached by a brick driveway, Waterside Retreat has an enclosed garden with a selection of flower and shrub borders. The rear garden has a large quay headed mooring basin and there is a decked terrace, with a picnic table and further table and chairs, which is a sunny spot and perfect for a glass of wine. There is access to a dyke which then leads to the main river. Off street parking for 4 cars. Additional Information•Bed linen and duvets are provided •Please bring your own towels (towels are not provided)) •Electricity and gas central heating included (reasonable use) •Unfortunately no pets •No smoking in the property •Care should be taken with small children due to the close proximity to the waters edge •Short breaks may be available - please use the contact form to contract the owner •Weekly bookings start Friday Please note: The owner’s boat is moored at the property and is not available for guess’s use. There is still plenty of room to moor a hire boat and for fishing.
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      2br cottage
        Kingfisher Lure, at the very heart of Broadlands' liveliest village, is an excellent location for fishing, sailing and bird watching. The River Bure divides Wroxham and Hoveton, with the two villages commonly called Wroxham, one of the major boat hire centres on the Norfolk Broads. Now with WiFi Broadband Internet access. Kingfisher Lure is the perfect riverside holiday accommodation, comfortably furnished and equipped, with a small rowing boat for visitors to sit in and enjoy fishing from. Situated just off the River Bure, there are river views to be enjoyed from all rear aspect windows. Just a few minutes’ walk away is the centre of Wroxham, capital of the Broads. Sailing, fishing (in season, with permit), walking, cycle hire and golf locally. Coastline for sandy beaches. Norwich, 8 miles with its fine shops and cathedral. For children, Belwilderwood at Horning offers an outdoor tree house adventure. Shops and pub 800 meters. Facilities •Sitting/dining room with electric fire and doors to garden •Colour TV with FreeView, DVD Player and Music system •**NEW** Broadband Internet with WiFi now available (small additional charge applies) •Kitchen with automatic washing machine and fridge-freezer •Small unfenced riverside garden with furniture •Parking for one car with additional roadside parking •Fishing from garden •Guest have use of a rowing dinghy •Travel Cot Accommodation •Double bedroom. •Twin bedded room. •Family bathroom with a shower over the bath, washbasin and WC Additional Information•Bed linen and duvets are provided •Please bring your own towels (towels are not provided)) •Electricity and gas central heating included (reasonable use) •Unfortunately no pets •No smoking in the property •Care should be taken with small children due to the close proximity to the waters edge •Short breaks may be available - please use the contact form to contract the owner •Weekly bookings start Friday
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        3br cottage
          At the very heart of Broadlands' liveliest village, Sunset Haven is an excellent location for fishing, sailing, cycling, walking and bird watching. The River Bure divides Wroxham and Hoveton, with the two villages commonly called Wroxham, one of the major boat hire centres on the Norfolk Broads. Now with WiFi Broadband Internet access. Sunset Haven, situated on the riverside, with a private mooring, just off the main River Bure, this modern, comfortably furnished home makes a perfect year round retreat. Just a few minutes walk to Wroxham centre, capital of the Broads. Daily boat hire, river trips, sailing, fishing (in season with permit), walking, nature trails, cycling, golf and leisure centre locally. Sandy beaches - 12 miles. Norwich - 8 miles, for cathedral, castle museum, shopping and theatre. Shops and pubs 800 meters. Wroxham is home to the Bure Valley Railway, Wroxham Barns and Roys, "the biggest village store in the world". Day boat hire and sailing tuition as well as a quality golf courses are also close by. In addition, it is just seven miles from Norwich, with the sandy beaches of the East coast within a twenty minute drive. Amenities •Sitting/dining room with electric fire and doors to garden •Colour 32 inch TV with FreeView, DVD Player and Hi-Fi system with radio/CD/cassette •**NEW** Broadband Internet with WiFi now available (small additional charge applies) •Kitchen with hob/oven, fridge, freezer, microwave and washing machine •Small unfenced riverside garden with furniture •Parking for one car with additional roadside parking •Fishing from garden •Guests have the use of rowing dinghy •Travel Cot Accommodation •Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom (shower over bath), washbasin and WC •Twin bedroom •Single bedroom •Family bathroom with a shower over the bath, washbasin and WC Additional Information•Bed linen and duvets are provided (Please bring your own towels) •Electricity and gas central heating included (reasonable use) •Unfortunately no pets •No smoking in the property •Care should be taken with small children due to the close proximity to the waters edge •Short breaks may be available - please use the contact form to contract the owner •Weekly bookings start Friday
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          4br cottage
            Brightside newly built 2016. Brightside, at the very heart of Broadlands' liveliest village, is an excellent location for fishing, sailing and bird watching. A detached waterside property just off the main River Bure, this modern comfortably furnished home makes a perfect year round retreat offering all home comforts. Use of rowing dinghy. Now with WiFi Broadband Internet access. Brightside enjoys a delightful waterside position, with a private mooring and its rowing boat, with room to moor a day launch for guests. A detached chalet property, providing ideal holiday accommodation for any time of the year. A lawned garden leads to the river’s edge and the mooring. The enclosed garden is the perfect location for relaxation and fishing is literally on the doorstep (seasonal and licenced). The property is situated just minutes from the heart of Wroxham which is known as the Capital of the Broads, with its waterside restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops. Sailing, walking, nature trails, bicycle hire and golf are available locally. The coast with its sandy beaches is only 12 miles and visitors can experience the delights of the attractive coastal villages. Alternatively spend a day in the fine city of Norwich which is only 8 miles away with its cathedrals, museums, theatre and vast array of cafes and shops. National Trust properties well worth visiting are Felbrigg hall and Blickling Hall. Shops and pubs 800 meters. Facilities •Sitting room and Dining Room with log burner and doors to patio and garden •Colour TV with FreeView, DVD Player and Music system •**NEW** Broadband Internet with WiFi now available (small additional charge applies) •Kitchen with dishwasher, automatic washing machine, built in fridge and freezer, microwave. Door to garden •Linen (duvets) included •Electricity and full gas Central heating included (reasonable use) •Large unfenced riverside patio and garden with furniture •Parking for two cars with additional roadside parking •Fishing •Guest have use of a rowing Dinghy Accommodation •2 Kingsize bedrooms one ensuite. •2 Twin bedded rooms. •2 Bathrooms/W.C/Shower Additional Information•Bed linen and duvets are provided •Please bring your own towels (towels are not provided) •Electricity and gas central heating included (reasonable use) •Unfortunately no pets •No smoking in the property •Care should be taken with small children due to the close proximity to the waters edge •Short breaks may be available - please use the contact form to contract the owner •Weekly bookings start Friday
            cottage
            3br cottage
              Swan Cottage sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms. Situated on the riverside, with a private mooring, just off the main River Bure, this modern, comfortably furnished home makes a perfect year round retreat. At the very heart of Broadlands' liveliest village, Swan Cottage is an excellent location for fishing, sailing, cycling, walking and bird watching. The River Bure divides Wroxham and Hoveton, with the two villages commonly called Wroxham, one of the major boat hire centres on the Norfolk Broads. Now with WiFi Broadband Internet access. Norwich - 8 miles, for cathedral, castle museum, shopping and theatre. Sandy beaches of the East coast are just 12 miles. If holidaying with friends or a large family group, Kingfisher Lure and Sunset Haven are only 3 doors away. Amenities •Sitting/dining room with patio doors to decked garden •Colour 32 inch TV with FreeView, DVD Player and Hi-Fi system with radio/CD/iPod docking •**NEW** Broadband Internet with WiFi now available (small additional charge applies) •Kitchen with hob/oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine •Linen (duvets) included •Electricity and full gas Central heating included (reasonable use) •Small unfenced riverside garden with garden furniture •Parking for one car with additional roadside parking •Fishing •Guest have use of a rowing dinghy •Travel Cot Accommodation First Floor•Master bedroom with double bed. View of the river. •Twin bedroom with dressing table •Family bathroom (shower over bath), toilet and basin Second Floor•Twin bedroom with dressing table and ensuite shower room, toilet and basin •Note: this bedroom is accessed via a spiral staircase that may not be suitable for very young children or those less able. Additional Information•Bed linen and duvets are provided (Please bring your own towels) •Electricity and gas central heating included (reasonable use) •Unfortunately no pets •No smoking in the property •Care should be taken with small children due to the close proximity to the waters edge •Short breaks may be available - please use the contact form to contract the owner •Weekly bookings start Friday
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              Excellent
              1 review
              1br house
                This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                cottage
                4br cottage
                  Perfect for up to 6 adults and 2 children, Anchor Cottage is located directly on the main riverfront in Wroxham making it ideal for exploring the Norfolk Broads and stunning North Norfolk coast and beaches. An ideal holiday destination for watching the boats pass by, fishing from your own private terrace garden or simply feeding the ducks and swans from your patio. FREE guest WiFi Internet is available during your stay if you need to stay in touch with the outside world. Changeover days are normally Fridays and Mondays (but may be flexible out of season) and your cottage will be available from 3pm onwards on your day of arrival until 10am on your day of departure. The cottage offers spacious living with two double bedrooms (one with kingsize bed and en suite bathroom) plus two twin bedrooms rooms and a second family bathroom. There is also a downstairs cloakroom. The lounge has stunning direct river views and leads to a small terraced garden with a boardwalk ad 20 ft. mooring should you wish to rent a small boat for the duration of your stay (day boats and fishing dinghies can be rented locally). Located directly on the waterfront, Anchor Cottage offers the perfect escape throughout the year and benefits from gas central heating with all fuels included within your holiday cost. The village of Wroxham (known as the 'Capital of the Broads') is located within a 5 minute walk of your cottage and offers a good choice of shops and places to eat and drink. Further afield, the beautiful sandy beaches of the Norfolk coast are within a 20 minutes drive and the City of Norwich is less than 15 minutes away by car. Bure Valley Railway - Opened in 1990, the Bure Valley Railway offers an 18 mile round trip through picturesque countryside which is as varied, interesting and beautiful as any to be found on a railway journey in England. Bewilderwood - 50 acres of wild, imaginative, outdoor adventure. Treehouses, zip wires, jungle bridges, Crocklebogs, boat trips, marsh walks and great organic food. Located on the A1062 between Wroxham and Horning. Dinosaur Adventure Park - A day of discovery, adventure and fun. Dinosaur Trail and Track T-Rex; adventure play areas, secret animal garden, new Xtinction and more. Wroxham Barns Craft Centre - Craft workshops, children's Fun Fair and Junior Farm, set in parkland 1½ miles north of Wroxham Bridge. Open: daily 10-5. Hoveton Hall Gardens - 1 mile north of Wroxham. Beautiful woodland and walled gardens, including woodland and lakeside walks. Open: Easter Sun-early Sept, Wed, Fri, Sun and bank holiday Mondays (also Thurs in May and June) 10.30-5. Fishing - Anchor and Riverside Cottages offer fishing directly from your own back garden terrace and mooring. The coarse fishing season runs from 16 June to 14 March. Cycle Hire - The Norfolk Broads Cycling Centre between Hoveton and Horning on the A1062 at Bewilderwood, the new woodland adventure park, you can hire quality bikes and tandems to explore the local area. Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, Reedham - Rides galore for children, family entertainment, exotic and domestic animals and birds to see as well as animals to feed and pet. New Pleasurewood Hills, Lowestoft - Family Fun Park and Miniature Railway near Lowestoft - for opening times telephone (01502) 586000. Please see our website for a full list of all of the many other local attractions.
                  cottage
                  4br cottage
                  • Pets Allowed
                  Perfect for up to 6 adults & 2 children, Riverside Cottage is located directly on the main riverfront in Wroxham making it ideal for exploring the Norfolk Broads and stunning North Norfolk coast and beaches. An ideal holiday destination for watching the boats pass by, fishing from your own private terrace garden or simply feeding the ducks and swans from your patio. FREE guest WiFi Internet is available during your stay if you need to stay in touch with the outside world. Changeover days are normally Fridays and Mondays (but may be flexible out of season) and your cottage will be available from 3pm onwards on your day of arrival until 10am on your day of departure. The cottage offers spacious living with two double bedrooms (one with kingsize bed and en suite bathroom) plus two twin bedrooms rooms and a second family bathroom. There is also a downstairs cloakroom. The lounge has stunning direct river views and leads to a small terraced garden with a boardwalk ad 20 ft. mooring should you wish to rent a small boat for the duration of your stay (day boats and fishing dinghies can be rented locally). Located directly on the waterfront, Anchor Cottage offers the perfect escape throughout the year and benefits from gas central heating with all fuels included within your holiday cost. The village of Wroxham (known as the 'Capital of the Broads') is located within a 5 minute walk of your cottage and offers a good choice of shops and places to eat and drink. Further afield, the beautiful sandy beaches of the Norfolk coast are within a 20 minutes drive and the City of Norwich is less than 15 minutes away by car. Bure Valley Railway - Opened in 1990, the Bure Valley Railway offers an 18 mile round trip through picturesque countryside which is as varied, interesting and beautiful as any to be found on a railway journey in England. Bewilderwood - 50 acres of wild, imaginative, outdoor adventure. Tree houses, zip wires, jungle bridges, Crocklebogs, boat trips, marsh walks and great organic food. Located on the A1062 between Wroxham and Horning. Dinosaur Adventure Park - A day of discovery, adventure and fun. Dinosaur Trail and Track T-Rex; adventure play areas, secret animal garden, new Xtinction and more. Wroxham Barns Craft Centre - Craft workshops, children's Fun Fair and Junior Farm, set in parkland 1½ miles north of Wroxham Bridge. Open: daily 10-5. Hoveton Hall Gardens - 1 mile north of Wroxham. Beautiful woodland and walled gardens, including woodland and lakeside walks. Open: Easter Sun-early Sept, Wed, Fri, Sun and bank holiday Mondays (also Thurs in May and June) 10.30-5. Fishing - Anchor and Riverside Cottages offer fishing directly from your own back garden terrace and mooring. The coarse fishing season runs from 16 June to 14 March. Cycle Hire - The Norfolk Broads Cycling Centre between Hoveton and Horning on the A1062 at Bewilderwood, the new woodland adventure park, you can hire quality bikes and tandems to explore the local area. Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, Reedham - Rides galore for children, family entertainment, exotic and domestic animals and birds to see as well as animals to feed and pet. New Pleasurewood Hills, Lowestoft - Family Fun Park and Miniature Railway near Lowestoft - for opening times telephone (01502) 586000. Please see our website for a full list of all of the many other local attractions.
                  apt. / condo
                  1br apt. / condo
                    The Annex is located in a quiet cul de sac just 1 minute's drive from Wroxham " the capital of the Norfolk Broads" it has its own private south facing garden which is totally enclosed and not over looked. The accommodation consists of an open plan lounge, It is equipped with a washing machine, microwave, toaster, baby belling style cooker, iron and ironing board. Shower room with w.c and wash hand basin. Bedroom with double bed, ( linen provided ) A conservatory with seating There is off road parking available and there is a gas BBQ for your use together with table and chairs and sun loungers in the garden. Cancellation ; If a cancellation is made within 6 weeks of the hire start date, the owners reserve the right to keep the total hire charge minus the security deposit, unless a third party books the dates that were cancelled ,in this case, a ÂŁ75.00 administration fee would apply only . Any cancellation more than 6 weeks before the hire start date would result in a 50%total hire charge minus the security fee. Apart from only being just over half a mile away from Wroxham with its many shops and attractions, Wroxham also has a second railway network with the narrow gauge Bure valley line running between Wroxham and Alysham with a combination of steam and diesel locomotives pulling period passenger coaches, there is a good service which runs all week for most of the season .A regular service of main line trains run from Wroxham to Cromer and Sheringham offering many places of interest to visit and sample Cromers famous Crab and seafood dishes. .Day motor launches can be hired by the hour or day 1 minutes drive from the property allowing you to explore the broads by boat and when you return, you will find an array of restaurants and cafes and bars to complete your day. Travelling away from Wroxham, we are very close to the Broadland villages of Horning and Coltishall each with a number of shops, tearooms and pubs situated on the riverbank. There are a number of areas very good for fishing the rivers and broads ,with in easy reach of the Annexe..
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                    2br cottage
                      Two bedroom holiday cottage in Wroxham, Norfolk. Kingfisher Lure, at the very heart of Broadlands' liveliest village, is an excellent location for fishing, sailing and bird watching. The River Bure divides Wroxham and Hoveton, with the two villages commonly called Wroxham, one of the major boat hire centres on the Norfolk Broads. Kingfisher Lure is the perfect riverside holiday accommodation, comfortably furnished and equipped, with a small rowing boat for visitors to sit in and enjoy fishing from. Wi fi available. Situated just off the River Bure, there are river views to be enjoyed from all rear aspect windows. Just a few minutes' walk away is the centre of Wroxham, capital of the Broads. Sailing, fishing (in season, with permit), walking, cycle hire and golf locally. Coastline for sandy beaches. Norwich, 8 miles with its fine shops and cathedral. For children, Belwilderwood at Horning offers an outdoor tree house adventure. Shops and pub 800 meters. Riverside property with rowing dinghy. Wi fi available. Two bedroom holiday cottage in Wroxham, Norfolk.
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                      4br cottage
                        Brightside newly built in 2016. Four bedroom holiday cottage in Wroxham, Norfolk. Brightside, at the very heart of Broadlands' liveliest village, is an excellent location for fishing, sailing and bird watching. A detached waterside property just off the main River Bure, this modern comfortably furnished home makes a perfect year round retreat offering all home comforts. 2 king size beds, 2 rooms with twin beds sleeping 8. Use of rowing dinghy.Brightside enjoys a delightful waterside position, with a private mooring and its rowing boat, with room to moor a day launch for guests. A detached chalet property, providing ideal holiday accommodation for any time of the year. A lawned garden leads to the river's edge and the mooring. The enclosed garden is the perfect location for relaxation and fishing is literally on the doorstep (seasonal and licenced).The property is situated just minutes from the heart of Wroxham which is known as the Capital of the Broads, with its waterside restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops. Sailing, walking, nature trails, bicycle hire and golf are available locally. The coast with its sandy beaches is only 12 miles and visitors can experience the delights of the attractive coastal villages. Alternatively spend a day in the fine city of Norwich which is only 8 miles away with its cathedrals, museums, theatre and vast array of cafes and shops. National Trust properties well worth visiting are Felbrigg hall and Blickling Hall. Shops and pubs 800 meters. Riverside property. Four bedroom holiday cottage in Wroxham, Norfolk.
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                        Excellent
                        4 reviews
                        5br house
                          This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                          barn
                          Excellent
                          9 reviews
                          1br barn
                            Barn House Cottage offers comfortable accommodation for up to two people in a quiet, rural hamlet surrounded by farmland and bordered by the river Bure. The cottage has character and is very cosy but has modern kitchen facilities and 21st century plumbing! The bustling Broads village of Wroxham is about 1.5 miles away. There is a variety of shops here—from the family butcher with a superb range of home-made barbeque foods to a large supermarket. You can hire a boat or a bicycle, walk beside the river, fish, or take advantage of the local pubs and restaurants.The riverside village of Coltishall is 1.5 miles in the other direction. If you wish, you can walk there along the path outside your kitchen window across the fields and over a couple of stiles. Coltishall is quieter than Wroxham and there are a couple of nice pubs beside the river. And if you don't want to go anywhere, relax in the garden, enjoying the tranquil setting and listening to the birds. One small, well behaved dog welcome - weekly charge ÂŁ20; short break charge ÂŁ15 Barn House Cottage offers comfortable accommodation for 2 people in a quiet, rural hamlet surrounded by farmland and bordered by the river Bure. The cottage has character and is very cosy but has modern kitchen facilities and 21st century plumbing! Belaugh is middway between Wroxham and Coltishall (about 1.5 miles from each). Within 5 mins drive Wroxham offers a variety of shops from the family butcher with a superb range of home-made barbeque foods to a large supermarket. You can hire a boat or a bicycle, walk beside the river, fish, or take advantage of the local pubs and restaurants.The riverside village of Coltishall is 1.5 miles in the other direction. If you wish, you can walk there along the path outside your kitchen window across the fields and over a couple of stiles. Coltishall is quieter than Wroxham and there are a couple of nice pubs beside the river. And if you don't want to go anywhere, relax in the garden, enjoying the tranquil setting and listening to the birds. Brick & Flint Barn Conversion - comfortable and well equipped in a quiet Broadland village on the River Bure. Peaceful location, ideal base for exploring The Broads and Coast and within easy reach of Norwich. Sleeps 2 adults in a 1 bedroom barn that is newly converted. One small, well behaved dog is welcome (there is an additional charge of £20).
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                            3br cottage
                              Self catering three bedroom holiday cottage in Hoveton on the Norfolk Broads. At the very heart of Broadlands' liveliest village, Sunset Haven is an excellent location for fishing, sailing, cycling, walking and bird watching. The River Bure divides Wroxham and Hoveton, with the two villages commonly called Wroxham, one of the major boat hire centres on the Norfolk Broads.Sunset Haven, situated on the riverside, with a private mooring, just off the main River Bure, this modern, comfortably furnished home makes a perfect year round retreat. Wi fi available. Just a few minutes walk to Wroxham centre, capital of the Broads. Daily boat hire, river trips, sailing, fishing (in season with permit), walking, nature trails, cycling, golf and leisure centre locally. Sandy beaches - 12 miles. Norwich - 8 miles, for cathedral, castle museum, shopping and theatre. Shops and pubs 800 meters.Wroxham is home to the Bure Valley Railway, Wroxham Barns and Roys, "the biggest village store in the world". Day boat hire and sailing tuition as well as a quality golf courses are also close by. In addition, it is just seven miles from Norwich, with the sandy beaches of the East coast within a twenty minute drive. Self catering three bedroom holiday cottage in Hoveton on the Norfolk Broads. Wi fi available.
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                              3br house
                                Self catering three bedroom holiday cottage in Wroxham on the Norfolk Broads.At the very heart of Broadlands' liveliest village, Swan Cottage is an excellent location for fishing, sailing, cycling, walking and bird watching. The River Bure divides Wroxham and Hoveton, with the two villages commonly called Wroxham, one of the major boat hire centres on the Norfolk Broads.Swan Cottage, situated on the riverside, with a private mooring, just off the main River Bure, this modern, comfortably furnished home makes a perfect year round retreat. Just a few minutes walk to Wroxham centre, capital of the Broads. Daily boat hire, river trips, sailing, fishing (in season with permit), walking, nature trails, cycling, golf and leisure centre locally. Sandy beaches - 12 miles. Norwich - 8 miles, for cathedral, castle museum, shopping and theatre. Shops and pubs 800 meters.Wroxham is home to the Bure Valley Railway, Wroxham Barns and Roys, "the biggest village store in the world". Day boat hire and sailing tuition as well as a quality golf courses are also close by. In addition, it is just seven miles from Norwich, with the sandy beaches of the East coast within a twenty minute drive. Sitting/dining room doors to gardenColour 32 inch TV with FreeView, DVD Player and Hi-Fi system with radio/CD/cassetteKitchen with hob/oven, fridge, freezer, microwave and washer/drier machineLinen (duvets) includedElectricity and full gas Central heating included Small unfenced riverside garden with furnitureParking for one carRowing dinghyFishing
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                                3br house
                                • Pets Allowed
                                Relax with a morning coffee on the sunny, sheltered and private waterside decking area of Yare Cottage while planning your activities for the day and enjoying the views of the River Bure. Or perhaps make the most of the private fishing rights available to Peninsula holidaymakers by dangling a fishing line direct from the decking area into the water on this tranquil side of the cottage overlooking the marina. For a change of pace, have fun watching the comings and goings of hire cruisers and sightseeing tour boats from the other side of Yare Cottage. Yare Cottage has been refurbished to provide high quality holiday accommodation with a good standard of decoration throughout. Newly double glazed throughout in 2015. The property sleeps six guests in two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom. Spacious open plan lounge/dining area/kitchen with: Electric hob and oven, washer/dryer, microwave and fridge with 4* freezer compartment. Freeview TV and DVD player together with a Playstation 2 in the lounge area. DAB radio with Bluetooth/iPod dock. Upstairs family bathroom with power shower over full-sized bath, mirror, light and shaver point over sink, w.c. Downstairs cloakroom. The bedrooms are beautifully furnished, each having a wardrobe, bedside tables, drawers and waterside views. One of the double bedrooms has a Juliet balcony overlooking the Peninsula Marina. The cottage is heated by efficient electric heaters throughout and a modern fire in the open plan lounge, perfect for relaxing in front of after a busy day enjoying all that this region has to offer, whether it's sightseeing in the fine city of Norwich, enjoying a day on the beautiful coast or the fun of a day's boating. Free car parking is provided for one car in a private and secure car park approximately 30 metres from the front door. Electricity included in holiday price and no extra charge for pets! Short breaks are normally 3 nights over weekends (Saturday, Sunday, Monday) or 4 nights during the week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday). The cost of each short break is 75% of the weekly price shown above. If these days don't suit you, please contact us to enquire about your preferred dates as we may be able to be flexible with short breaks. Enjoy a relaxing holiday in this beautiful, peaceful region. The town of Wroxham is the historical heart of recreational boating on The Broads offering all the amenities that make a perfect holiday. The town centre is less than a five minute walk from the cottage, across Wroxham Bridge and offers a range of restaurants and shops. Hire a day boat in town and explore down river towards Wroxham Broad and Horning, admiring the beautiful waterside properties along the way. Or perhaps you would prefer the pretty, meandering, tree lined river heading up towards Coltishall with a stop at a riverside pub for lunch? If handling a boat yourself isn't your style then enjoy a scenic river trip on one of the Broads Tours boats, departing from the marina directly in front of the cottage. Back on dry land, the scenic narrow gauge Bure Valley Railway departs from Wroxham to enable you to enjoy a ride to the ancient market town of Aylsham. From here you can choose to paddle, cycle or walk back to Wroxham or simply take the train back again after enjoying the delights of Aylsham. Bike hire, horse riding and golf are all available nearby while the beautiful beaches of Norfolk's coastline are only 12 miles away. Alternatively, the fine city of Norwich is even closer, only 8 miles away. You really have got the best of all worlds at Yare Cottage, tranquility, yet with the facilities of Wroxham a short walk away, activities, sightseeing and the beauty of the Norfolk Broads literally on your doorstep. If you enjoy fishing you can explore the many rivers and Broads either from the riverbank or by hiring a day boat. Alternatively, make the most of the private fishing rights available from the banks of the Peninsula Marina; you can even dip a line in from the comfort of the cottage's secluded decking area! Norwich is only 8 miles away and the beautiful Norfolk coast only 12 miles.
                                cottage
                                Good
                                9 reviews
                                2br cottage
                                • Pets Allowed
                                Wherry is a prime riverside holiday cottage set right on the bank of the river Bure in the heart of Wroxham, capital of the Norfolk Broads. Sit out on your own private covered terrace enjoying breakfast in the sun just watching the boats go by. Marvel at the river cruisers trying to negotiate the low Wroxham Bridge. This 2-bedroom (double and twin) cottage enjoys river and bridge views from two aspects of every room and you will truely feel that you are at the very centre of activity without even going outside. Set within a small group of select privately owned cottages within a private marina, take a stroll around the shared communal landscaped gardens and secure car park to the marina's own licensed bistro for lunch or evening meal, and fish from right outside your terrace or 100m of river frontage or in the marina. Take a short 5 minute walk around the marina to book your sight-seeing ferry tour or hire a day boat by the hour, day or even for your whole stay (10% discount available). Mooring is available outside the cottage. Only a further 5 minute walk over the notorious Wroxham Bridge (stopping to take a photo of your cottage, you're bound to want to show this one to your friends when you get back home) famed for boats getting stuck under it's low arch, and you'll be in the centre of this bustling, busy village with riverside pubs, restaurants, every conceivable type of take-away, supermarket, department store and gift and souvenir shops. Bespoke celebration welcome packs available for that special occasion. Also bespoke luxury boat charter trips for up to 9 passengers picking up from right outside the cottage. At the end of the day return to your comfortable cottage with fully refurbished kitchen including full size cooker / hob, fridge, microwave, toaster kettle and all the home comforts. If you've been winter fishing put your feet up and sit in front of a cosy radiant electric fire. Watch TV on the 32" widescreen with DVD (Freeview). Enjoy the recently refurbished bathroom with full size bath and electric shower over, pedestal wash basin and w/c. Your two bedrooms are both equipped with 19" TV / DVD (Freeview), dressing tables and large built-in wardrobes. The main bedroom is very spacious, and furnished with new solid pine bedroom suite, and heated towel rail, and clothes airer. All upstairs rooms have full ceiling height throughout. All rooms have thermostatically controlled, wall mounted electric convector heaters acting effectively as central heating. Hot water and electricity is now included in the price, so no more to pay! Free Wi-Fi now available! Tues - Tues weeks also available. We also offer short breaks, Sat-Tues & Tues-Sat. Send a message to ask for a quote for these periods Book now for 2015. Wroxham Wroxham is known as the "Capital of the Broads". John Loynes started his boat hire business here in 1878 and it's safe shallow water and proximity to many of the prettiest broads such as Wroxham Broad, and Salhouse Broad and the "Swallows and Amazon" atmosphere going upstream through Wroxham Bridge towards Coltishall, creates a fantastic area to attract tourism, and boating enthusiasts of all kinds. Norfolk Broads Direct (NBD) own their own fleet of cruisers and day boats, and run the Broads Tours sightseeing ferries which can be booked and embarked on within a 5 minute walk from the cottage. So whether you want a canoe, day boat or day cruiser, or fancy a skippered trip whilst enjoying a daytime commentary, or musical evening excursion everything is right on your doorstep. Hire a day boat for your stay and take a trip through the "chocolate box" thatched cottages with gardens rolling down to the riverside and into the massive Wroxham Broad, and on to Horning, the second main village, and stop for lunch at one of the riverside pubs. All can be done in a day! Norfolk Cleaning Ltd manage Wherry Cottage for the owners during your stay and their experienced staff will help with any problems you may encounter during your stay. Full details when you book. Over the years many boat yards have developed the whole area, and created a bustling village atmosphere with marinas, riverside pubs restaurants and cafes, with every conceivable type of take-away, gift and souvenir shops, a large supermarket and department store. You can even enjoy a carvery in the riverside restaurant of Hotel Wroxham looking across the water to your cottage. We offer 10% discount on day boat hire from Wroxham Boat Hire directly opposite the cottage, and we can arrange a luxury bespoke private boat charter (for 9) for that special champagne celebration. Ask for details. For the angler, there are fishing tackle shops, and for the experienced boater there are yacht chandlers. Sailing yachts can be hired from the Norfolk Broads Yacht Club just a few minutes by car from the cottage on Wroxham Broad. Wroxham has good bus services to Norwich and the coast, and it's own station Hoveton & Wroxham, just two local stops to the City of Norwich. Next to the station is the start of the Bure Valley Railway, an 18 mile steam train excursion through the Norfolk countryside to Aylsham Prime waterside location. Fantastic river and bridge views from 2 sides of every room. Free fishing in marina and main riverbank (in season) Mooring available. Private covered terrace. Secure car parking. Licensed bistro within 100m. 5 minute walk to all amenities. It is perfectly possible to spend a week here without using a car. Norfolk beaches within 10 miles.
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                                6 reviews
                                2br cottage
                                • Pets Allowed
                                Star Cottage is a 2-bedroom (sleeps 4) riverside holiday cottage in the village of Wroxham, in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. The cottage is close to the famous and iconic Wroxham Bridge and has the great benefit of being on the downstream side of the bridge where all the activity takes place! Star Cottage guests can relax in the lounge or on their private patio while watching the ever-changing scenery of wildlife and boating activities taking place on the river before them. Guests may fish directly from the cottage lawns (in season only), and many other activities such as cycling, canoeing, walking and horse-riding are available very close by - as are a range of pubs, cafes, restaurants and local shopping in Wroxham village centre, which is only a short walk away. The cottage has it's own private parking but since Wroxham village has a railway station and excellent bus services, so you can easily holiday at Star Cottage without needing a car at all if required. So, whether you are looking or an energetic holiday or a relaxing one, Star Cottage is the ideal location. And don't forget that Wroxham is within easy exploring distance of Norfolk coast, much beautiful countryside and quaint local villages – or even city-centre shopping in Norwich. The cottage itself sleeps up to four guests in two comfortable bedrooms, one double and one twin. The whole property has been progressively re-decorated to a high standard by the current owners, ready for the 2014 season. On the ground floor the cottage has an entrance hall with storage and cloakroom, with a large open-plan lounge, dining and kitchen area making-up the rest of the ground floor, with French doors leading out onto a private patio, complete with garden furniture. Upstairs is a family bathroom including full-size bath with electric shower over. The main double bedroom has views across the river, and includes a dressing table, built-in wardrobe and room for a travel cot if required. The main bedroom also includes a television for those late-night movies! The smaller twin bedroom also benefits from a built-in wardrobe, and linen and duvets for all beds is included, with beds made-up for your arrival. Star Cottage may be booked for either full weeks or short breaks lasting 3 or 4 days. In either case a variety of start and end dates are available, subject to any existing bookings – if you have any non-standard requirements please get in touch and we will try very hard to accommodate your needs. Well-behaved pets are welcome at Star Cottage, and please note that electricity is INCLUDED in the price – no nasty extra bills!. Towels (2 per guest) are provided, and broadband Wi-Fi is available >>>>>>>> SPECIAL OFFER UPDATE <<<<<<<<<< -- All prices for 'Early Summer' (June 28th to July 18th) have just been REDUCED BY 25%! -- -- All prices for 'Summer' (July 18th to August 20th) have just been REDUCED BY 20%! -- Take advantage of these price reductions before somebody else does - book now! A lovely riverside cottage on the Peninsula in Wroxham – only a stone's throw from the iconic Wroxham Bridge and a just a short walk from the village centre. Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms, refurbished and equipped to a high standard. An ideal base for a relaxing holiday – or an energetic one! Short breaks, full weeks, v. competitive prices
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                                1br Home/Apartment
                                • Parking
                                The SpaceWater Rail has a forward twin berth cabin in a "V" formation. Adjacent to this is the "Head" (the loo) and opposite a hanging space. From here you enter into the wheelhouse, where you drive the boat and this has seating for 4+ people. The screen and roof all fold down for a truly lovely and outdoor experience whilst cruising. You step down in the galley/saloon area, where she has a gas twin hob oven unit with grill, a sink, fridge with ice compartment and all equipment to required to cook onboard. The saloon comfortably seats 4 and this space converts into a large double bed. She doesn't have heating nor a shower on-board but there are lots of marinas/boatyards dotted around the broads that have shower facilities which are available for all to use, some free and others for a small charge. She has deck space all round, space to sit up front as well as at the rear of the boat. We do require potential guests to ideally have some boating experience and competency, however we always give a thorough practical tutorial as part of the handover process and undertake all manoeuvres including mooring up to ensure you are entirely comfortable with control the boat. So please just get in touch if you are interested.
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                                2br cottage
                                • Pets Allowed
                                Welcome to Peninsula Cottages at WROXHAM Norfolk. Rebel is a delightful holiday cottage for up to 4 guests,enjoying an excellent location, it benefits from the shared use of a lovely waterside lawned area which leads to the river Bure.The lounge has a widescreen TV,DVD and CD/Radio, and two 2-seater sofas. Double glazed French doors leading onto the pleasant grassed area. The cottage has a well equipped kitchen with microwave and a dining area for 4 guests. Up stairs are two pleasantly furnished bedrooms, one double and one twin plus a bathroom with bath ( and shower over), toilet and basin. One free secure parking space right outside the door of the cottage, also free WIFI available and fishing on site. One small pet is allowed at an extra charge. The period of tenancy is from 4pm on Saturday until 10am the following Saturday. Short breaks are available. Electricity and Heating by ÂŁ1 coin meter Sorry NO Smoking.. WROXHAM is the capital of the Broads, and a perfect base for exploring Norfolk's wonderful inland waterways,boat hire is readily available. Wroxham Barns is close by and children will love the amusements at Gt Yarmouth or the nearby Bewilderwood Adventure centre. .
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                                4br cottage
                                  A recently renovated & beautiful 17th Century thatched cottage, part of a private estate, nestled amongst the rural landscape in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Full of chic character & charm it's the perfect getaway. With a huge south facing garden there is plenty of space for all. The cottage is perfect. The Space A uniquely furnished & renovated thatched cottage in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Ideally located for trips out on the waterways with Coot & Country and their vintage gentlemen's cruisers, exploring local beaches or just relaxing in a lovely location. The cottage has 3 king-size bedrooms & one twin room (two singles). 2 extra guests can be accommodated.