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Horning is a popular village located on the northern banks of the River Bure, between the villages of Wroxham and Ludham.
The village has many waterside properties, three pubs, shops, restaurants, tea rooms and boat trips on the Southern Comfort Paddle Steamer.
The Three Rivers Race occurs on the first weekend in June, a 24-hour sailing event starting and finishing in Horning.
Access to Norwich by car is approximately 25 minutes away. The nearest train station is Wroxham and Hoveton, which connects to London and Norwich.
There are regular bus services, and a dedicated cycle path runs between Horning and Hoveton, taking around 15 minutes.
Council: North Norfolk District Council
WROXHAM AND HOVETON
Often referred to as the Capital of the Broads, Wroxham is located on the River Bure’s southern banks.
Villages nearby include Horning and Coltishall.
Wroxham has a low bridge crossing the river, and most boat owners need a pilot to navigate under it. Upstream the River Bure leads to the pretty village of Coltishall.
Wroxham Broad is close to the village, with its own sailing club.
On the northern side of the River Bure, the village of Hoveton is often referred to as part of Wroxham. Indeed the famous Roys of Wroxham, the world’s largest village store, is actually located in Hoveton.
Both Wroxham and Hoveton are popular with holidaymakers and are well-served with plenty of shops, pubs, restaurants and tea rooms. There are also plenty of properties along the water.
Access to Norwich by car is approximately 25 minutes’ drive. Wroxham and Hoveton have a railway station linking to Norwich and London.
Council: Broadland District Council.
Potter Heigham is located around the River Thurne and is well-known for its famous low mediaeval bridge. The neighbouring village of Repps with Bastwick is separated from Potter Heigham by the river.
Potter Heigham is also the base for Waterside Estate Agents!
Around 200 characterful waterside bungalows line the river, dating back to the 1930s.
The village has a good selection of shops, a Post Office, pubs and tearooms, and Lathams, the well-known local store.
The nearby villages of Ludham and Martham are only a few miles away, and there is easy access to the coast.
Access to Norwich by car is just over half an hour away. The nearest railway station is Acle, which links to Norwich.
District Councils: Potter Heigham – North Norfolk District Council, Repps with Bastwick – Great Yarmouth Borough Council
NORFOLK COASTAL VILLAGES
Norfolk has a stunning coastline, and many properties lend themselves to desirable homes, holiday homes or second homes.
The nearby coastal villages of Winterton-on-Sea, Scratby and Caister, are popular.
Access to Norwich by car from Winterton-on-Sea is approximately 40 minutes. The nearest railway station is Acle.
Located within the Southern Broads, Oulton Broad is accessible from the Broads network from the River Waveney and via Lake Lothing into the North Sea. Many properties have water frontage onto the Broad.
Oulton Broad is a popular tourist area, and a variety of watersports including powerboat racing, take place regularly.
The village also forms part of Lowestoft which has access to the coastline.
The nearby village of St Olaves and towns of Beccles and Bungay are easily accessible. There are three railway stations in the area: Oulton Broad North is on the Lowestoft-Norwich line, and Oulton Broad South and Lowestoft link to Ipswich.
Council: Waveney District Council
The pretty village of Dilham is between Wroxham and North Walsham. It lies along the River Ant at the upper end of navigation of the North Walsham and Dilham Canal. Many houses line the river here with river frontage, and there are also moorings available in the area.
The villages of Smallburgh, East Ruston and Barton Turf are close by, and the Norfolk Coast is less than 10 miles away.
By car, Dilham is approximately half an hour’s drive away from Norwich. The nearest rearest railway stations are Wroxham or North Walsham.
District Council: North Norfolk District Council
The village of Reedham is on the northern side of the River Yare, between Great Yarmouth and Acle. Many riverside houses, some with river frontages, look out across the river and marshes beyond.
Just outside the village, Reedham chain ferry crosses the river to the southern side. It is the only river crossing point between Great Yarmouth and Norwich.
At the other end of the village, the Reedham Swing Bridge connects the railway line to Norwich, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.
Reedham has its own railway station linking with Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.
District Council: Broadland District Council
BECCLES AND BUNGAY
The Suffolk market towns of Beccles and Bungay are about five miles apart from each other.
Located in the Waveney Valley, close to the Suffolk and Norfolk border, both towns run alongside the River Waveney.
Beccles has a railway station linking to Ipswich and Lowestoft, with connections to London.
The nearest station to Bungay is Beccles, about 15 minutes away by car.