Wroxham and the Norfolk Broads

Bure Valley Railway | Horning | Hoveton | Ludham | Roys of Wroxham | Salhouse | Stalham & Sutton

Bure Valley Railway

Norfolk's longest 15" gauge line runs between Hoveton and Aylsham. On the 18 mile round trip enjoy the views; meandering rivers, meadowland and ancient pasture stopping occasionally at small country villages. BVR is a 15 minute walk from Roys of Wroxham.

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Horning

The village lines the northern bank of the River Bure, stretching for about a mile, and has many waterside properties. There are waterside pubs, shops, restaurant, tea-rooms, boat trips and other attractions to enjoy.

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Hoveton

Walk around the town and visit shops, pubs, restaurants, coffee shops and the infamous Roys of Wroxham department store. All the while you're only a stones throw from the River Bure!

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Ludham

Ludham is a medium sized broadland riverside village. Nearby Ludham Bridge (about a mile out of the village towards Horning) takes the road over the River Ant and has a shop, boatyard, tea-rooms and a pub. There is a lovely walk onto Ludham Marshes, giving good river views.

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Norfolk Broads

The UK's largest nationally protected wetland and an important area for wildlife, the history of the Norfolk Broads is fascinating, as they are actually a man-made creation.

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Roys of Wroxham

Visit the infamous Roys of Wroxham department store - 'the world's largest village store'. Everything you need from food, fashion, toys, housewares, electricals and more!

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Salhouse

Salhouse broad is one of the less known broads in Norfolk. Tucked away in the village of Salhouse is a broad of natural beauty. A naturally beautiful walk accompanies this wonderful location in Norfolk.

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Stalham and Sutton

Stalham and Sutton are good centre's for exploring North Norfolk, with Stalham only being 4 miles from the nearest sandy beach. They also lie at the northern end of the Norfolk Broads, with both villages connected to the River Ant.

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