Wroxham holiday cottages are hard to beat for a break in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. This picturesque village lies on the banks of the River Ure, between the broads of Belaugh and Wroxham. Known as the Capital of the Norfolk Broads, Wroxham is a popular base for exploring the area’s meandering waterways, with a wide variety of boats available to hire. From day boats and Kayaks to pleasure cruises, there are plenty of riverside boatyards and operators from which to choose an appropriate mode of aquatic travel at any time of year. Hire your own day boat or canoe or join an organised tour of the Broads.
The village of Hoveton lies on the other side of the river and is often regarded as part of Wroxham. Wandering around the pretty streets in the village centre, you’ll find a variety of independent businesses, including Roy’s, which claims to be the world’s biggest village store. Considering its size, Wroxham has a remarkable number of excellent cafes and restaurants, where delicious food prepared with local, seasonal produce can be enjoyed. The Station Smokehouse, River Kitchen and Old Mill are all good options.
A waterside holiday cottage just steps from the popular Broadland village of Horning, Norfolk, Swan Dyke Cottage offers a peaceful retreat from which to explore this picturesque region, a two-storey pet-friendly cottage with brick panelling, open fire, and four spacious bedrooms.