Norfolk Broads - cottages together


Norfolk and The Norfolk Broads are synonymous with each other. These inland waterways are unique to the county and instantly recognisable. The renamed Broads National Park is a wildlife and bird watching delight, much of it designated with areas of scientific interest. A joy for those who love to sail, fish the waterways or just meander slowly in a boat - you can discover tranquillity, allowing you to truly relax and unwind.



Ludham Quay (sleeps 6) Waterside Lodge (sleeps 4)

Horning is a lovely picturesque village at the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Known fondly as “The Jewel of the Norfolk Broads” It functions like a mini version of Wroxham and is found on the Northern bank of the River Bure and South of the River Thurne. Even if you don’t fancy actually heading out on the water, we are sure you will enjoy just sitting; relaxing and watching the boats go by - a perfect way to unwind. Bringing your own boat – there is a designated 24 hour free mooring available in the village. The village also has a good selection of waterside shops, pubs, restaurants and tea-rooms.

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Blofield Heath

Smithy Cottage (sleeps 2) Anvil Cottage (sleeps 2) Farriers Cottage (sleeps 4)

Blofield Heath is a tranquil setting surrounded by beautiful countryside in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. A superb location for a peaceful holiday, with easy proximity to Norwich and the sandy east coast beaches. All three properties share a central courtyard to the front and are ideal to book together for family/friends groups.

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Badger Set (sleeps 2) The Rabbit Hole (sleeps 2)

Limpenhoe is an ideal location for walkers, cyclists, birdwatchers and fishermen. There are two long distance footpaths and two local fishing lakes easily accessible from the village. These two properties are perfect for couples wishing to holiday together yet maintaining their own privacy.

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Wherry Cottage (sleeps 2) and The Maltings (sleeps 6)

Ludham is a pretty Broadland village between Wroxham and Potter Heigham. The village has a splendid flint church, shops and pubs. There are also excellent walks in the area including nearby How Hill. The three properties are converted individual homes located in the former Maltings.

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