Beccles & Bungay Lodges, Burgh St Peter, Norfolk Broads – New lodges overlooking the River Waveney. Swimming pool, pub restaurant, children’s play area, marina with boat hire & excellent fishing on site & locally. Sleeps up to 4 in a double ensuite bedroom and seperate twin bedroom.
Exceptionally spacious holiday lodge with central heating & double glazing. Considered suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility with wider doors, grab rails in wet room and ramped access.
For availability & prices for lodges and cottages on the Norfolk Broads do check out Waterside Breaks website at https://www.watersidebreaks.com
The Norfolk & Suffolk Broads
The Broads is the largest wetland in Britain and is specially protected with the equivalent status of a national park. There are six rivers connecting forty broads, making over 200km of waterways in all, and just waiting to be explored. Each Broad was once a medieval peat digging which was flooded to become a shallow lake after the peat was dug for fuel. Water, reeds, marshes and tangled woodlands make up the Broadlands landscape – a haven for birds and wildlife.
Broadland meets the sea at Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, two bustling seaside towns with first class beaches to be enjoyed. Places to visit include nature reserves, churches, windmills, craft centres, and numerous riverside villages with pubs, shops and restaurants. At the western end of the river Yare is the historic city of Norwich. With its 900 year old Cathedral, Norman castle, museums, theatres, market place and shopping centre, Norwich is the capital of Broadland. Regatta and other boating events are part of life on the Broads. Ashore you will also find lots of local events, such as carnivals, and fetes to add to the fun.
For more Norfolk Broads cottages & lodges do have a look at a selection of properties we can offer or call us for advice on 01252 339020