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The Broads

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December 18, 2019
When in Norfolk you must go to the Broads. Lots of places to eat and drink. Great walks! Why not hire a boat for a few hours or the day and lazily travel along the Broads. Perfect way to spend a summers day
October 21, 2019
The Norfolk Broads, around 40 minutes away, are a series of waterways and lakes. The best way to see them is by boat. You could hire a day boat and stop at some of the lovely pubs by the water. Lots of birdlife.
September 17, 2019
Beautiful walkways by the river excellent for fishing boating and sailing.
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August 26, 2019
Beautiful area to visit for water sports, including sailing, kayaking and canoeing.
June 26, 2019
Hire a boat along the broads and relax.

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“The pristine sands, luscious green cliffs and dainty Victorian buildings make it a very enchanting place to visit. The gardens which border the promenade are a tailored masterpiece -the sculpted green areas and carefully attended borders are not to be missed. The town, situated at the top of the cliffs, has a handsome church and is surrounded by good walks. The chalk cliffs are very steep and care should be taken when walking. Fishing is a treasured activity for both locals and tourists. Cromer is famous for the quality of the crabs which have been fished in the area for centuries.”
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“Take a train from Wroxham to Aylsham (or vica-versa) on this 15" narrow gauge heritage railway through the Broads National Park. 9 miles long with 5 stations.”
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“BEACH - 'Soft, yellow sand, backed by grassy dunes, on Norfolk’s less-visited north-east coast. Waxham merges with the neighbouring beach of Sea Palling to the north, making this stretch a good choice for long seaside walks. Expect peace and space, plus the chance to see grey seals lolling lazily at the water’s edge. Behind the beach is a small village with a restored, 16th-century barn housing a café that serves teas and light lunches. Parking is on the roadside.' ~ The Telegraph”
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“Boutique shopping, craft studios, a kids' petting farm, funfair and restaurant.”
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“Excellent Italian food in a relaxing family restaurant, hosted by Gail and Rafe. ”
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