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Wroxham is considered to be the capital of the Norfolk Broads and is renowned for the place where boating holdiays in The Broads started in the late 1800s. With a good range of accommodation options, tea rooms, shops and entertainment. During high season there are as many as 1000 boats that pass through.
12 Results In Or Near Wroxham
1.8 miles from centre of Wroxham
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Hoveton Hall is a unique B & B run by the Buxton Family. Nestled close to the Norfolk Broads the B & B prides itself on providing luxury accommodation in fabulous surroundings. Catering for all ages, it is so much more than somewhere to stay.
1.8 miles from centre of Wroxham
Parking Available
Disabled Access
With something for everyone to enjoy, Hoveton Hall Gardens has been open for over 25 years. The gardens were likely first planted in the early 19th century and over the years much thought, love and skill has gone into what you see today.
2.2 miles from centre of Wroxham
Free WiFi
The Norfolk Mead Hotel,a former merchant's house, is approached via a secluded driveway leading to this lovely Georgian country house on a quiet edge of the Norfolk Broads. The first thing that strikes you is the intensely silent view down to the River Bure - this really is a tranquil place to stay. Relax and enjoy the informal country house atmosphere. Each room is completely unique, individually furnished and full of character. Attention to detail is reflected in the highest quality bed lin...
2.6 miles from centre of Wroxham
Free WiFi
Long established as an award-winning pub serving great food in the village of Horstead near Coltishall in Norfolk, The Recruiting Sergeant has now branched out
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6.8 miles from centre of Wroxham
Shop
Situated in Norfolk and Suffolk, the Broads are one of the UK's 15 national parks. The Broads National Park is a top tourist attraction.
8.1 miles from centre of Wroxham
All rooms are well appointed, each individually decorated to a high standard. All rooms feature an ensuite bath or shower, central heating, flat screen television, CD, USB port, radio, tea and coffee making facilities and direct-dial phone. The property was built in the 18th century and for many years was owned by a series of doctors. During these years it was extended and also hosted many distinguished guests including Agatha Christie, who regularly visited Norfolk. The building was convert...
8.9 miles from centre of Wroxham
Free WiFi
Primrose Cottage is a charming period country house with character and warmth.It can be found down a quiet country Lane just off the B1159. Surrounded by open countryside one and a half miles from the lovely beaches at Walcott and Happisburgh it is perfect for walkers and cyclists alike.For garden lovers,The beautiful gardens at The Old Vicarage at East Ruston,and,the enchanting Bacton Woods are a mile away.Norwich,Cromer,and,Sheringham are not too far away,and, many National Trust propertie...
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8.9 miles from centre of Wroxham
Free WiFi
This lovely B&B has six regular rooms and three extra special rooms which are all en-suite with fantastic power showers and luxury linen and towels. Each is beautifully colour-themed with views over the courtyard garden or the farmyard. All are spacious, comfortable and well-equipped with a touch of luxury – toiletries, chocolates on the pillow, magazines, fresh flowers and of course TV/DVD and hot drinks tray with fresh milk. A farmhouse breakfast is served in the pretty red brick barn ...
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9 miles from centre of Wroxham
Free WiFi
Free Parking
Stay in a Windmill, perfectly placed to explore North Norfolk, Norwich and the Broads. Aylsham is a lovely, vibrant yet very old market town.
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10.3 miles from centre of Wroxham
Parking Available
Disabled Access
Discover a fantastic day out at Blickling Estate A short drive from the sandy beaches of Norfolk, the Blickling estate has long been one of the county's top attractions. Once the home of the Boleyn family, the estate stretches across almost 5000 acres, its grand Jacobean house looming over sweeping parkland. Get hold of a map of the walks on the estate and set off to discover lost buildings or join up with the Weaver's Way which runs across parts of the estate. The garden has interes...
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