About this property
’Still waters, scudding sails, stately swans and blissful peace – the magic of the Broads on your doorstep...’
Making a perfect base for a Broadland holiday, these four lodges are set right on the banks of the River Bure, which leads to Daisy Broad, in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Each has a lawned/gravelled area beside the river, and the lodges are designed in ‘upside-down’ style, enjoying an upstairs sitting room leading on to a furnished balcony, where guests can relax in style and enjoy the sights and sounds of the river. All the lodges have been furnished and equipped to four star standard. All-weather day launches are included in each property price for holidays taken between 1st June - 18th July and 3rd September - 24th May (preferential hire rates are available for other dates).
Wroxham is a bustling village, known as the ‘capital’ of the Broads, and has plenty of good shops and restaurants, as well as the ‘largest village store in the world’. Day trips on the Broads can be organised from the owner’s neighbouring working boatyard – the best way to explore this fascinating area and visit a myriad of sleepy villages huddled round flint-towered churches. Little or no expense is needed to savour the magic of slipping away from a mooring to steer a course through miles of secluded, lock-free waterways, sometimes with only the sounds of reeds gently swaying on the banks. A paradise for nature lovers, the Broads are alive with ducks, geese and swans, as well as a whole host of other birds, including spoonbills and herons – all within walking distance of Daisy Broad Lodges. The lovely city of Norwich is just 8 miles away, and offers an enormous amount of interest for the visitor. Apart from the history and culture, there is excellent shopping here and a lively market, as well as fine parks and plenty of leisure activities. For a change of scene, the coast is easily reached, with lovely sandy beaches at Sea Palling, just 11 miles away. Long sandy beaches stretch all along this north-east coast of Norfolk, where a string of villages spreads northwards to the bustling resorts of Cromer and Sheringham. Shops 100 yards.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 40 guests.