Vacation Rental Description
Beautiful newly decorated and furnished house right on the River Bure in Wroxham, the captial of the Broads. Stunning location ideal for fishing, walking, cycling and taking in the Norfolk countryside. Perfectly located for exploring the Norfolk Broads either by boat or by foot and East Coast Beaches.
The property has 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room, 1 twin & 1 single, fully equipped kitchen with all you need for a relaxing holiday. Flat screen TV with freeview make this little retreat a perfect choice for a self catering holiday for those who love to be at one with nature and explore stunning magical rivers from your back door. Ideal for families wanting to visit local areas you are perfectly located to visit the beautiful North Norfolk coastline or perhaps venture down to Great Yarmouth. Historical Norfolk is only 10 miles away too.
Norfolk attracts many visitors wishing to enjoy the scenery, wildlife (especially birds), watersports, beaches, cycling (it's quite flat) and charm of the area.
Norfolk is one of the driest counties in England with warm summers and only an average rainfall of 624mm. With average summer temperatures reaching the early 20's what more could you ask for.
This year, early on we had some snow Norfolk is that typical picture postcard, beautiful in the winter too.
With many beautiful countryside and woodland walks nearby Wroxham is ideal for those wanting to explore the Norfolk countryside either by foot or by bicycle.
The Broads offer a diverse array of birds, butterfly's and wildlife. Ranging from the Raptor's to the Swallowtail Butterfly there are numerous species found only in this area of Europe. From the many rivers you can marvel at the grace of the heron, be amused as the ducks come into land and ponder at the destination of the geese in formation. No wonder the Broads has always attracted bird and nature lovers because it’s all there right in front of you in all its unspoiled glory.
Well situated for Norwich "a fine city" it is ideally located for a variety of interesting places in North Norfolk or Broadlands. The Museum of the Broads can be found at Stalham local staithe, Wroxham Barns is near where you can see local craftsmen and women working and where you can buy local work. North Walsham with its Nelson connection is close and both places can easily be reached by car or bus, there are stations at both places. Dont forget to visit Sutton Mill whilst your here, the tallest mill in Britain.
Even if you haven't a car, there are still many places of interest within walking or cycling distance and there is usually something to suit every member of the family, bikes can be hired from a few local outlets.