A two night break on the Norfolk Broads is ideal for those experiencing a boating holiday for the first time. And for those who regularly cruise these stunning waterways, a short break will allow you time to explore a little bit more of the 120 miles of rivers that make up The Broads.
Whilst a two night boating holiday isn’t long enough to see all of the Norfolk Broads National Park, it will allow you enough time to visit a number of different locations. The six rivers of the Broads are all inter-linked so you can navigate your way to the Thurne, Bure, Waveney, Ant, Yare or Chet quite easily. Or why not stop off at The ‘capital’ of the Broads and take a walk around Roy’s shops in the village of Wroxham. The Norfolk Broads offers lots of riverside walks plus waterside restaurants and cafes, allowing you to moor alongside and get a bite to eat and drink. Also well worth exploring are the picturesque villages like Horning, Reedham and Ludham.