The busy Summer season is over. With quieter waterways and much less crowded tourist attractions, the October half term break makes an ideal time to visit the Norfolk Broads.
Whether you decide to stay in a cruiser boat or a lodge, you will find the accommodation well equipped to make your holiday as comfortable as possible. Self catering holiday boats and lodges can accommodate up to nine people.
Spend some quality family time exploring in excess of one hundred and twenty miles of beautiful rivers, that include the Thurne, Bure, Waveney, Ant, Yare and Chet.
The October half term holiday coincides with the onset of Autumn and the changing colours of nature. Enjoy walks alongside the rivers, or through ancient woodlands, marshlands and reed beds.
Discover the Broads colourful history and heritage by visiting windmills, churches and museums. A visit to the Broads ‘capital’ Wroxham is a must whilst there are numerous picturesque villages including Horning, Hickling and Brundall.