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Boasting an idyllic waterside location in a quiet section of the Norfolk Broads and close to the sandy beaches and dunes this pocket of England is known for, this restaurant with boutique rooms offers a comfortable stay in contemporary interiors. For larger groups of families or friends, there are three lodges available.

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In a secluded location overlooking Ormesby Broad, The Norfolk Broads are perfect for a range of activities including boating, canoeing, biking and fishing. This is a good base for venturing to the sandy beaches, dunes and seal colonies of the coast, as well as the Broads National Park.

The inn is a short drive from Great Yarmouth and about half an hour to Norwich.

By car: around 1 hour 50 minutes from Cambridge, 3 hours 30 minutes from London and 4 hours 15 minutes from York. Free parking available

By train: there are trains to Great Yarmouth from London Liverpool Street, via Norwich. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from the station. Book trains to Great Yarmouth.

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The bedrooms are pretty contemporary with nautical touches, whilst the exposed brick walls, stripped wood floors and wood burner add personality to the popular waterside pub.


If you can drag yourself from the cosy surroundings of the pub, there are 11 acres of parkland to be explored. For those getting married, this is a popular wedding venue, with lovely views from the terrace - and you can even arrive at the wedding arbour by boat.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


There are three lodges in the grounds that sleep between two and eight, and four of the six double bedrooms in the main room look out over the water. Décor is vibrant but balanced by neutral carpets and gleaming bathrooms.

Room types: Cheeky Teak, Crows Nest, Broads View, Captain's Cabin, Treasure of the Broads, Paddle Away, Lodge

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, magazines, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

With burgers and fish and chips on the menu, this is hearty, tasty and standard pub fare, but there are some more adventurous options on the menu, including BBQ pulled pork and braised lamb shank.

The Boathouse: country pub and restaurant. Gastropub meals and roast dinners served on Sunday. Open Tue-Sun for lunch and Tue-Sat for dinner. Mains from £12.75.

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