Bure Cottage is set in the exclusive Peninsular Marina by the banks of the River Bure at Wroxham, Capital of the Norfolk Broads.
The romantic self-catering cottage faces the sun, close to a private dyke with stunning bedroom views of the river. All rooms decorated and new carpets and leather sofas fitted in January 2017. Sleeps four with all comforts.
Enjoy the lawn river frontage to relax, watch swans and ducks, and at sunset, unwind gazing at picnic-boats lazily sailing home.
Enjoy the lawn river frontage to watch boats, fish, or just relax with a bottle of wine. Marvel at swans and ducks swimming towards you - and at sunset, unwind on the decked terrace gazing at picnic-boats lazily sailing home. Finish your day dining in the rustic boathouse onsite bar and bistro, with a massive range of real ales.
Peninsular Gardens The tranquil riverside gardens are perfect to lounge among ornamental grasses, flowers and willows. Watch boats chug by, hire your own, or take a river cruise on one of the many trips among Britain's largest protected wetlands. Magical waterways and lakes dotted with quaint unspoiled villages, windmills and old riverside pubs to explore. A paradise for nature lovers.
Interaction with guests
Full details will be emailed within a week before your stay.
Other things to note
The famous 400-year-old Wroxham Bridge and village centre is just 5-minutes stroll. With pubs, restaurants, fish & chips, launderette, Roy's shops, McDonald's and railway station. The ideal Norfolk location for a tranquil holiday for children or the not so young. So much to see and do, and close to the beaches of Great Yarmouth and the medieval city of Norwich.
Stunning river views from small decking area to sit. Stylish communal lawns and waterside gardens to relax by the river among ornamental grasses, rushes, flowers and garden seats. Pictures show Bure Cottage patio, Wroxham Bridge from Peninsular Cottages, Peninsular Cottages from Wroxham Bridge; and below, a nice catch at Bure Cottage and The Shed onsite bar and bistro.
The Peninsular Complex is a working marina and sometimes a boat will be moored outside the cottage. However, guests are free to sit and fish anywhere onsite. Two sunloungers are in the twin bedroom capboard. Attractive bar and games area on the marina with many real ales, wi fi, large-screen TV, pool table, books, magazines, and much more. Secure car parking for one car (fee for extra). Fast alleyway leading to Wroxham Bridge in just 5-minutes stroll.
- Minimum 3-nights or 7-nights peak times
- Fresh bedding supplied, but not towels or toiletries
- Free to fish in season anywhere on the site - sometimes a boat may be moored outside