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Situated in Great Yarmouth, this hotel is close to Norfolk Broads and Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens. Area attractions also include Lost World Adventure Golf ...
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Situated on the waterfront, this historic cabin is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Norfolk Broads and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Hickling Broad. Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens and ...
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The eastern county of Norfolk is famous for its exquisite countryside and stunning coastlines. The naturally beautiful county attracts impressive numbers of visitors, coming from all over the globe. While the county has a long list of famous attractions, the Broads are undoubtedly the best known and most loved of all the county's assets. Spread across the county (and finding their way into neighbouring Suffolk), the Norfolk Broads are an easy place to visit on your holiday. Whether you choose to stay in an affordable, self-catering apartment or a luxurious five-star hotel, you can be sure to find something close to the Broads.
The Norfolk Broads aren't just fascinating for lovers of nature, they're also a real point of historical interest. Despite their natural appearance, the Broads were actually made by man many years ago. It's believed that the colossal network of rivers and lakes were actually dug out as a means to acquire peat - a vital resource for the rapidly growing population of Norfolk centuries ago. They then flooded, and became a functional, navigable network of waterways.
Today, the Broads extend over some 300 square kilometres. At the time of their building, Norwich was the country's second largest city. This meant that huge amounts of goods needed to be transported, and the Broads made this simple. Today, the waterways are more often used for leisure.
Whether you're more into water sports or nature, the Broads are sure to keep you entertained during your time in Norfolk. Popular with sailors and kayakers, the waterways offer plenty of opportunity for an active day out. The protected area of land is also home to some fascinating wildlife. Expect to see otters, kingfishers, butterflies, and much more.
With the Broads spreading out over much of the county, it's hardly surprising that visitors have their pick of some of the finest hotels in Norfolk.
The Wayford Bridge Inn in Stalham invites guests to get close to the water. The small and welcoming hotel offers easy access to the Broads and excellent views of the water. There's a lovely garden to relax in, as well as an excellent on-site pub and restaurant.