Wroxham, the Capital of the Broads, is a relaxing, picturesque village - with boat hire, fishing, restaurants, pubs, and fish & chips. The right mix, yet accessible by rail, road or river, and only ten-miles from Norfolk’s sandy beaches.
Peninsula Cottages are set in the best location beside the beautiful River Bure.Its exclusive marina, 10-minutes walk from Wroxham Bridge, is convenient to explore the Norfolk waterways.And the peace of its stylish waterside gardens makes the perfect getaway.
Bure Cottage, number 37 Peninsula, faces the sun most of the day - dramatically located just 15-feet from a private channel off the River Bure with stunning bedroom views of the main waterway.Enjoy its lawn river frontage to fish, watch boats cruise by, or just relax with a bottle of wine adoring wildlife play.Stand by the French windows as swans and ducks swim towards you looking for food.Its great fun feeding them while seabirds swoop catching bread - and at sunset, relax on the decked terrace gazing at the picnic-boats lazily sail home....continue
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
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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
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 BureRiver cools, many fish swim .... continue
A rod license can be purchased from any post office or