The Moorings sleeps six guests (plus an extra two) and is a detached, riverside holiday home that is ideally located in the South of the Norfolk Broads. It affords a private hot tub where guests can relax at the end of the day in the landscaped garden and a day boat (that seats six) for guests to explore the magical waterways that this area is so famed for. With a log fire in the comfortable lounge and a games room this is an ideal waterside retreat at any time of the year.
A terraced barbecue area provides superb views over the river (seasonal fishing available) and meadows beyond - an ideal place to sit, relax and watch the boats as they make their way past. There is a popular pub with restaurant serving good food which overlooks the river just two hundred and fifty yards away - a short stroll along the river.
“Woods End” Bramerton is well known as one of the most beautiful places along the River Yare. It is an hour's river cruise to the heart of the vibrant City of Norwich where you can moor at Norwich yacht station (opposite the historic cathedral grounds), and enjoy the best shopping in the region or a lovely meal at one of the many restaurants.
Kevin Conroy joined Independent Cottages in April 2012
Outside: Private landscaped gardens with open air hot tub lead down to the river front. There is a BBQ terrace and off-road parking.
Additional information: Short breaks of three and four nights available all year round. Two well behaved dogs welcome. Wi-Fi available. Single sex parties may be accepted at the owner's discretion - please enquire. No smoking. A day boat is available for guest's use (entirely at your own risk). Due to the unfenced river frontage and steep garden, children under sixteen should be supervised at all times.
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