Discover the Norfolk Broads
A guide to 12 great days out in the unique environment of the Norfolk Broads compiled by people who live there
Discover the Norfolk Broads - A guide to 12 great days out in the unique environment of the Norfolk Broads compiled by people who live there
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Cafes and Tea Rooms in and around the Norfolk Broads

When visiting the Norfolk Broads you will find many tea rooms, coffee shops and cafes all serving a mouth-watering array of morning coffee, light lunches and delicious afternoon teas. Many will serve locally sourced seasonal produce.

Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, South Walsham, Norfolk Broads - Cafes and Tea Rooms - 53 hectares (131 acres) of beautiful ancient woodland, water gardens and a private broad at South Walsham in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.   Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
 

53 hectares (131 acres) of beautiful ancient woodland, water gardens and a private broad at South Walsham in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.

Address: School Road, South Walsham, Norfolk, NR13 6DZ

Tel: 01603 270449 Fax: 01603 270449
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Susies Coffee Shop, Clippesby, Norfolk Broads - Cafes and Tea Rooms - Pop in from from 9.00am for freshly baked bread and croissants, along with tasty breakfast baps and delicious Italian coffees.  Lunchtimes we bake fresh pizza to order along with a selection of baguettes and homemade cakes and treats.   Susies Coffee Shop
 

Pop in from from 9.00am for freshly baked bread and croissants, along with tasty breakfast baps and delicious Italian coffees. Lunchtimes we bake fresh pizza to order along with a selection of baguettes and homemade cakes and treats.

Address: Clippesby Hall, Hall Lane, Clippesby, Norfolk, NR29 3BL

Tel: 01493 367807 Fax: 
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Cafes and Tea Rooms in and around the Norfolk Broads.  When visiting the Norfolk Broads you will find many tea rooms, coffee shops and cafes all serving a mouth-watering array of morning coffee, light lunches and delicious afternoon teas. Many will serve locally sourced seasonal produce.

 
Day One Day boat trip Wroxham to Coltishall – £££££
Day Two Walk / Wildlife watching Ranworth & Fairhaven Gardens – ££££
Day Three Walk / Seal watching Horsey Mere and Beach – £/££ - YF
Day Four Guided boat trip / Wildlife watching Hickling Broad & Sutton - ££££
Day Five Canoe trip Wayford Bridge to Neatishead, via Barton Broad – £££ - YF
Day Six Cycle ride and Picnic Clippesby to How Hill – £/£££ - YF
Day Seven Day boat trip Ludham Bridge to Neatishead via How Hill – £££££
Day Eight Walk / Wildlife watching Salhouse & Cockshoot Broads – ££
Day Nine Canoe trip Martham to Horsey – £££
Day Ten Learn to Sail from Hunter’s Yard at Ludham - £££££
Day Eleven Walk / Boat trip Barton & Alderfen Broads – £/££ - YF
Day Twelve Cycle ride Discover the Norfolk Broads in a Day - £/££
YF - Young Family option available

A cost guide is included for each day out, ranging from lower cost (£: free or up to £15) to higher cost (£££££: £80 up to £100). These costs are based on a family of 4
undertaking all the activities suggested and are accurate as at the date of publication.

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