Visit The Norfolk Broads National Park
Visiting The Norfolk Broads National Park is a must when staying in the area.
The Broads were man made, created by peat digging in the 12th century. Over time they flooded and peat digging was abandoned as it became too difficult.
The Marshland was drained for farming using windmills giving you the landscape we see today.
The Broads Authority have lots more information if you are interested in the history behind the Norfolk Broads.
Boating for pleasure on the Broads has been popular since the 1930’s. Wroxham is one of many destinations where boat hire is one of the main businesses.
Wroxham Broad, Salhouse Broad, Barton Broad and Hickling Broad are extremely popular and can be reached from Wroxham using a self-drive day boat.
The Broads are rich in wildlife with swans, ducks, geese, herrin and much much more – be sure to take your binoculars!
During the summer months you may be lucky enough to be delivered an ice-cream by boat too!
Add to your outdoor experience and relax in style in one of our Luna Bell tents.
We adhere to the government guidelines in relation to Covid-19 and look forward to seeing you when it is safe to do so.
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