Norfolk Broads pubs, restaurants, shops
and other amenities on the River Bure
Public Houses and Restaurants: The New Rising Sun and The Kings Head can be seen from the river Bure and have the advantage of free moorings available close by. A good choice of food is available in both establishments. The Recruiting Sergeant is just a short walk away from the village centre. Has a growing reputation for good food if rather pricey.
Shops: A short walk to the village centre will reveal a supermarket, chemist, launderette, and various art enterprises.
Public Houses and Restaurants: The Kings Head Hotel is located above Wroxham Bridge and has a few free moorings while adjacent is a further stretch owned by the local authority which are also free to hire boat holidaymakers. The Wroxham Hotel is the other side of the bridge and has moorings which are currently charged at £12 per night. Many other eating establishments are available in the village centre.
Shops: Roys supermarket, fancy goods, clothing, gardening and hardware. Major banks, a launderette, newsagents, fish and chips and Chinese takeaway
Public Houses and Restaurants: Closer to the village centre are the Swan Inn and The New Inn. A little further away is The Ferry Inn. All have ample moorings outside. All will charge you to moor though some will refund your fees if you buy food inside. All three establishments offer extensive menus including a carvery at the Ferry Inn. Other restaurants can be found closer to the village high street.
Shops: grocers, newsagents, gift shops and art establishments.
Public Houses and Restaurants: The Maltsters and the Granary Restaurant. Free moorings at the nearby staithe. Extensive menus.
Shops: A general store and gift shop is located a short walk from the free moorings.
Public Houses and Restaurants: The White Horse Public House is a five to ten minute walk from the staithe. Varied food menu. Fortnightly evening entertainment in season. Weekly quiz. Free moorings at the staithe.
Shops: The White Horse operates it's own community shop.
Public Houses and Restaurants: The Bridge Inn is located at the waters edge adjacent to the road bridge. It is very popular and offers restaurant and bar dining. The Embrujo Spanish Restaurant is located further down the river. Look for the mooring sign. The restaurant is a 5 to 10 minute walk from here. Mooring at either establishment is at a fee though you can moor for free at two boatyards just upriver of Acle bridge.
Shops: Acle has varied shops in the high street including a large supermarket.
Public Houses and Restaurants: The Ferry Inn is riverside and has its own chargeable moorings. Free mooring at the public staithe close by. Good choice of food inside.
Shops: The Riverside Stores has provisions, a gift shop and fishing tackle.
Shops: The Stracey Arms Mill shop and tearooms are riverside with free moorings during the day - £3 for those staying overnight.
Public Houses and Restaurants: There are too many bars and restaurants in Great Yarmouth to mention here. The closest to the Yacht Station (not just for yachts) where you will moor are The White Swan and the Suspension Bridge which are situated either side of the river near the road bridge. Both offer a good selection of food.
Shops: Again, there are too many to mention them all. The closest supermarkets are Aldi which is just beyond the road bridge and ASDA which is a 10 minute walk away past the train station.
Local attractions: Great Yarmouth is a family entertainment resort with every conceivable pastime on offer including piers, museums, theatres, amusement arcades, a flat well made promenade and miles of sandy beach.