Waveney River Centre, Broads National Park
Waveney River Centre is located at the heart of The Broads, Britain's unique waterland that has National Park status. The natural environment has been shaped by people working hand in hand with nature over thousands of years and offers a magical natural land and waterscape.
Waveney River Centre offers a wide range of accommodation from a fully restored, refitted, luxury 1897 Dutch sailing barge that provides static floating holiday accommodation to lodges, penthouses, static caravans, a barn conversion and cottage. In addition there touring caravan and camping pitches.
As might be expected from a multi-award winning centre, the on site facilities complement the beautiful surroundings of South Norfolk's Waveney Valley, with stunning south and west facing views across marshes and river. The Park is a wildlife haven, where you can spend hours watching birds, insects and other wildlife from the peace & quiet of your holiday lodge, or venture further along the river by day cruiser or canoe.
Information for Walkers
The Broads National Park offers a range of walks that are unique to this watery landscape offering exceptional opportunities for enjoying wildlife and birds. Nearby is the Angles Way, a long distance trail, that follows the course of the River Waveney. Further afield the variety of walks is enhanced by coastal footpaths and rural byways linking the many attractive villages in the area.