Wroxham is Wonderful in Winter!
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Fantastic location for fishing, exploring the broads, or just relaxing
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To Get to Peninsula Cottages
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To get there from Norwich, follow the signs to Wroxham and after passing the first Wroxham Village sign at the mini roundabout, lookout for a small church hall on the left, just before, turn right into the Avenue, then second left into Staitheway Road. Go a few hundred yards and keep strait where the road bends to the right – you will see the Peninsula sign there. Go down the little hill and park beside the property office there to check in.
You can reduce and "move" the above map around. For you sat nav key NR128TH. The Peninsula is just 8-miles from the centre of Norwich, and about 126-miles from central London. The best way there from London is to take the M11 onto the A11, then follow through Thetford and Norwich. Just before Norwich, take the outer ring road east towards Great Yarmouth, then the little road on the left through Great & Little Plumstead – from there follow the Wroxham signs. From the North, head down the A1, and take the A17 through Kings Lynn into Norwich.
If using public transport, Wroxham is easy to reach by train or bus from Norwich. Fast trains connect Nowrich to London and Cambridge. And flybe.com have very cheap flights to Norwich from Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Exeter, and other cities.
By boat, follow the River Bure upriver! For a small free moorings are available near your cottage in the Peninsual Marina.
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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
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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