37 Peninsula Cottages, Wroxham

Romantic Riverside Cottage
at the Capital of the Broads

 About Bure Cottage

 

Bure Cottage, WroxhamBure Cottage is set in the exclusive Peninsular Marina by the banks of the River Bure at Wroxham, Capital of the Broads. The romantic self-catering cottage mostly faces the sun, a dinghy's distance from a private dyke with stunning bedroom views of the main river. Re-decorated, new carpets, furnishings and managed by the owner in 2014. Sleeps four with all comforts. 

Beds are made on arrival day - and unlike many of the other cottages there, prices include everything, no surprises for electricity or towel hire.  Weekly rental is Saturday-to-Saturday; short breaks Friday, Saturday & Sunday evenings; or mid-week Tuesday to Friday. Extra days are possible - contact us about short breaks. Prices are very competitive, especially out of season.  Sorry, no pets or smoking.

Enjoy the lawn river frontage to watch boats, fish, or just relax with a bottle of wine. Marvel at swans and ducks swimming towards you - and at sunset, unwind on the decked terrace gazing at picnic-boats lazily sailing home. Finish your day dining in the rustic boathouse onsite bar and bistro, with a massive range of real ales.

Peninsular Gardens The tranquil riverside gardens are perfect to lounge among ornamental grasses, flowers and willows.  Watch boats chug by, hire your own, or take a river cruise on one of the many trips among Britain's largest protected wetlands. Magical waterways and lakes dotted with quaint unspoiled villages, windmills and old riverside pubs to explore. A paradise for nature lovers.

The famous 400-year-old Wroxham Bridge and village centre is just 5-minutes stroll. With pubs, restaurants, fish & chips,  launderette, Roy's shops, McDonald's and railway station. The ideal Norfolk location for a tranquil holiday for children or the not so young. So much to see and do, and close to the beaches of Great Yarmouth and the medieval city of Norwich.


Living RoomLiving Room

Quality 32-inch HD flat-screen LCD TV with FreeView (many channels & radio), DVD player. Two comfortable sofas that can convert to extra beds - so you can invite friends or extra children to stay with you. Plus cushions, throws, electric flame-effect fire & other heating, and a selection of books and DVDs for guests enjoyment. Cloakroom. Great river view!  There is open plan lounge, dining, and kitchen area.

 

 
Kitchen Kitchen

Electic cooker and oven, microwave, toaster, refrigerator. Generous cookware & kitchen utensils, kettle, coffee perculator, cups, mugs, glasses etc.  Breakfast bar with four chairs. Iron and ironing board stored in the cupboard in cloakroom by the front door. 

 

 
 

Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1

Comfortable double bed with all linen & duvets.  Bedside cabinets with chest of draws & bedside dimming lights. Large wardrobe. Electric heating + extra heaters in cupboard.

 

 

 

 

Bedroom 2Bedroom 2
Two single beds with all linen & duvets. Bedside cabinet with chest of draws & bedside dimming lights. Large wardrobe. Electric heating + extra heaters in cupboard. 




Bathroom
Shower, bath, wash basin, low level WC suite, electric shaver points and mirror, hot & cold water, heating.

Outside
Bure Cottage PatioWroxham Bride from Peninsular CottagesPeninsualr Cottages from Wroxham Bridge
Stunning river views from small decking area to sit. Stylish communal lawns and waterside gardens to relax by the river among ornamental grasses, rushes, flowers and garden seats. Pictures show Bure Cottage patio, Wroxham Bridge from Peninsular Cottages, Peninsular Cottages from Wroxham Bridge; and below, a nice catch at Bure Cottage and The Shed onsite bar and bistro.  

Fishing at Bure CottageThe Shed, Peninsular Cottages, WroxhamAttractive bar and games area on the marina with many real ales, wi fi, large-screen TV, pool table, books, magazines, and much more.  Secure car parking for one car (fee for extra).  Fast alleyway leading to Wroxham Bridge in just 5-minutes stroll.




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Wroxham

Capital of the Broads, Wroxham, is where boating holidays began in the 1800s.  Wroxham is on the right bank of the River Bure and the village over the bridge on the left bank is named Hoveton, although today they are .... continue

Resturants, bars & shops click here
Wroxham on foot here


What to See

Within 5-miles is a steam railway, model railway, river boats, three broads, a theme park, gardens, beautiful riverside villages, ruined abbey and more.  Slightly further will take you to windmills, castles, beaches, medieval towns…. continue

Things to see on foot: here

Fishing

The waters around Bure Cottage are brimming with bream, pike and roach.  Many anglers come in the spring and autumn every year just for the sport. Late in the year when the Bure River cools, many fish swim .... continue

 

A rod license can be purchased from any post office or online here

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