If you are wondering what kind of activities you can partake in whilst staying at your holiday home in Norfolk, there is a little something to suit everyone’s taste, however, we’ve got something that we think you will really love. Here are six of the wonderful pubs that you can moor up by as you explore the broads by boat, with the park having its own marina and very easy access you can explore the Norfolk Broads from a different view and stop of to enjoy the local atmosphere at some great local pubs to re-fuel you on your journey.
The White Horse, Neatishead
This pub won the “Best pint on the Broads” award back in 2014, with their offerings of beer providing the widest variety of the broads which include many guest beers from local breweries. The food available is hearty pub grub, as well as a traditional Sunday roast for any weekend adventures! Warm yourself by the log fires and enjoy the inviting atmosphere at The White Horse, which is also dog-friendly!
The King’s Head, Hoveton
The King’s Head sits within the heart of the Broads, a real must-visit whilst staying at your Norfolk holiday home with plenty of room to moor up and take a stop off for lunch at the 17th century Inn. Located so close to the train station, this is also an ideal location for anyone looking for easy transport links to and from London, making the Broads very accessible for all who wish to visit. The beer gardens provide wonderful views of the River Bure where you can dine al fresco and enjoy the Great British Weather.
The Fur and Feather, Woodbastwick
This quiet location offers more than just a comfortable bar and dining area, but the adjacent brewery gives you a great opportunity to purchase some local produce, which are perfect souvenirs for friends and family, or why not get a few treats for yourself whilst you are visiting? The Fur and Feather sits in a beautiful little village called Woodbastwick, and is both child and dog-friendly, so no one needs to be left behind!
The Ferry Inn, Horning
The Ferry Inn is easily accessible, with ample parking, as well as places for boats to moor up to enjoy their outdoor children’s facilities, outdoor seating, and fantastic food. Whether it is summer or winter the Ferry Inn can cater to your needs, with roaring warm fires for the colder months and a spacious outdoor area for the summer sun! They also provide a daily carvery, with plenty of other choices to suit everybody’s food needs.
The New Inn, Horning
Priding itself in providing locally sourced foods and beverages, The New Inn has a marvellous outdoor amusement area and open garden area – which even has a heated deck area for the winter! At The New Inn, there is plenty of space to moor up during the day free of charge, as well as overnight mooring spaces also for a charge.
If this sounds like the kind of activity you wish to enjoy whilst staying in Norfolk, why not take a look at our holiday lodges for sale and make the most of all the Broads has to offer!