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Swallowdale in Brundall
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Map of the rivers on the Norfolk Broads

Norfolk Broads

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Town Stokesby Miles Minutes Hoveton Norwich Reedham Wroxham South Walsham Acle Salhouse Cantley Coltishall Horning Loddon Potter Heigham Ludham Caister On Sea Great Yarmouth Hemsby Stalham Burgh Castle Sea Palling Beccles St Olaves Lowestoft Oulton Broad 6 6 8 8 8 8 9 9 10 11 13 15 15 16 16 16 16 19 19 20 22 23 25 26 13 13 14 15 19 21 20 21 17 24 26 24 26 26 27 27 27 30 32 36 34 34 41 44
The Norfolk Broads were formed in medieval times as the peat was used for fuel. Over the years water levels rose and eventually the Broads flooded. The Norfolk Broads is part of the National Park family and is the only one which has a city within it. The Norfolk Broads has in excess of 7.5 million visitors a year and a population of over 6000. The highest point on the Norfolk Broads is Strumpshaw Hill. The Norfolk Broads is abundant with wildlife. Many rare species of wildlife can be found, Swallowtail Butterflies, Norfolk Hawker Dragonfly, Otters and Water Shrews. Many beautiful birds can also be found, Marsh Harriers, Teal, Kingfishers and Herons to name a few. The Broads National Park is made up of many rivers and lakes covering approximately 300 square kilometres. Many of the rivers and some of the broads are navigable by boat. Along the many rivers, footpaths, fens and woodland, many famous mills and historic landmarks can be found. There are many beautiful villages and market towns to explore along with many delightful pubs and restaurants. For families there are also many cycle and walking routes and many places to walk dogs. Many of the country pubs are also dog friendly.

Places To Visit In Norfolk

Swallowdale in Brundall
Swallowdale Holiday Home 54 Riverside Estate Brundall Norfolk NR13 5PU Tel: 07732 013344
© swallowdale-brundall.co.uk
Map of the rivers on the Norfolk Broads

Norfolk Broads

From Swallowdale Holiday Home - By Road Town Stokesby Miles Minutes Hoveton Norwich Reedham Wroxham South Walsham Acle Salhouse Cantley Coltishall Horning Loddon Potter Heigham Ludham Caister On Sea Great Yarmouth Hemsby Stalham Burgh Castle Sea Palling Beccles St Olaves Lowestoft Oulton Broad 6 6 8 8 8 8 9 9 10 11 13 15 15 16 16 16 16 19 19 20 22 23 25 26 13 13 14 15 19 21 20 21 17 24 26 24 26 26 27 27 27 30 32 36 34 34 41 44
Norfolk Broads Holiday Home
The Norfolk Broads were formed in medieval times as the peat was used for fuel. Over the years water levels rose and eventually the Broads flooded. The Norfolk Broads is part of the National Park family and is the only one which has a city within it. The Norfolk Broads has in excess of 7.5 million visitors a year and a population of over 6000. The highest point on the Norfolk Broads is Strumpshaw Hill. The Norfolk Broads is abundant with wildlife. Many rare species of wildlife can be found, Swallowtail Butterflies, Norfolk Hawker Dragonfly, Otters and Water Shrews. Many beautiful birds can also be found, Marsh Harriers, Teal, Kingfishers and Herons to name a few. The Broads National Park is made up of many rivers and lakes covering approximately 300 square kilometres. Many of the rivers and some of the broads are navigable by boat. Along the many rivers, footpaths, fens and woodland, many famous mills and historic landmarks can be found. There are many beautiful villages and market towns to explore along with many delightful pubs and restaurants. For families there are also many cycle and walking routes and many places to walk dogs. Many of the country pubs are also dog friendly.

Places To Visit In Norfolk