Swallows is a floating houseboat situated on the edge of a quiet marina at Beccles on the River Waveney. It sleeps a maximum of 4 in 2 bedrooms; a double bedroom and a bedroom with 2 full size bunk beds. The kitchen area has an electric cooker with 4 ring hob, oven and grill, a microwave oven and a fridge with small freezer compartment. There is a family bathroom with bath and hand held shower attachment, WC and hand basin. Bed linen and towels are provided. A rowboat is included.
Beccles town is made up of small market squares and winding streets alongside the River Waveney. Around every corner are quirky, independent shops, restaurants and cafes. Locally you will find the Lido, river trips, the Friday street market and local history museum. Further afield there are transport, aviation and naval museums, outdoor karting and medieval churches to explore, so you'll find plenty to do if you like to be busy. Otherwise, just relax on the veranda and watch the wildfowl on the river and maybe spot the odd kingfisher or otter.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
One double and one bunk bedroom.
Bathroom - bath with hand held shower attachment, W/C & hand basin.
Pets are welcome (2 max).
Terms & Conditions
£100 deposit is required on booking, balance is due 8 weeks beforehand.
Check in is between 3pm - 4.45pm. Check out is 11am.
Bed linen & towels provided.
Electric heating included.
Sorry, no smoking or vaping.
Swallows is in a great location on the Southern Broads, less than 1 mile from Beccles Station and within easy reach by car or train to Norwich.
The houseboat is accessed by a part concrete, part gravel and dirt path with grass verges. There can be uneven surfaces, the paths are maintained with natural materials which alter throughout the seasons. There is one iron gate on the path that needs opening and closing by hand.
The Norfolk and Suffolk coastline and sandy beaches are within a short 30 minute drive from the property.
There are numerous family-friendly attractions in the local area including the Lido, river trips and further afield the Mediaeval City of Norwich complete with Castle, Cathedral and open market.