KINGFISHER PICNIC BOAT

Single full day hire is

9am to 5pm summer daylight hours

and 9am to 4pm winter daylight hours



FOR SAFETY AND ENJOYMENT OF OTHER BOATERS ON THE BROADS

WE  MAY REFUSE HANDOVER TO ANY PARTY THAT WE DEEM UNSUITABLE.


       THIS MAY BE FOR VARIOUS REASONS INCLUDING

         (We reserve the right to repossess the boat at any time)

Please read our terms and conditions before booking


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HOW HILL

RIVER BURE

Horning, Ranworth & South Walsham, Salhouse, Hoveton, Wroxham & Coltishal

THE FERRY INN

TIDINGS NEWSAGENTS AND GROCERY SHOP


COUNTRY TREATS CAFE


LAVENDER & LACE

GIFT SHOP


TAVERN TASTY

BUTCHERS


THE GALLEY

DELICATESSEN


PEDROS

RESTURANT


MOORHEN

B&B


NORFOLK RIVER

COTTAGES



HORNING POST OFFICE


HORNING

 Horning is a quiet, picturesque, waterside, Broadland village on the river Bure.

 An ideal location to start you day out.

 From this central location you can  enjoy a fantastic experience of the Norfolk broads and make some happy  memories.

 The village itself hosts some  small and unique shops perfect for picking up a tasty treat before departure on your  boat.

 There are several pubs and  restaurants in the village well worth a visit for your evening meal.

 There are many beautiful holiday cottages to rent alongside the river. Many holiday cottage have mooring so you can  hire a boat to  go with your cottage for several days. Our rates are discounted for multiple days so view our price list and  grab a  bargain.



RANWORTH

Ranworth is located on Malthouse Broad approximately 45 minutes cruise from Horning

 Ranworth is a popular choice for families as it has lots to explore

Helens church where you can climb the  tower, the views from up there are breathtaking. St Helens church  (known as  the cathedral of the broads) dates back to 1370.it has some splendid woodwork, including a painted rood-screen and an ancient  book of psalms on display the Ranworth Antiphoner dating from  the 1400`s

 There is a board walk through reeds and Carr woodland down to a thatched, floating visitors centre on Ranworth Broad.  This centre  is run by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. The board walk is a great adventure and is suitable for buggies and  wheel  chairs. There  is  plenty of wildlife to see and hear especially the rare Swallow tail butterfly. The visitor centre  itself has  lots of interpretation about  how the broads were created and the wildlife that live  here. They are visited  annually by  swallows and have a camera inside of a  nest to view the hatching chicks. There are  binoculars for visitors to  use and a  children's activities upstairs. There are no toilets at  the centre and dogs are not  allowed on the board walk.

 Ranworth Broad is said to be haunted by a 12th century monk rowing his boat in the early morning mist!

 The Maltsters pub is a good place to eat with a extensive menu and a wood fire pizza den out side. This pub is dog  friendly in the  bar area and even has an doggie stop with blankets bowls and fresh water and dog treats can also be  purchased inside.

 The Granary tea room is a lovely place to stop for a cup of tea, light bite or slice of cake.

 The Staithe has a public toilet, shop and plenty of places to sit and have a picnic.

 


 


 

 


St Helens Church


The Maltsters Pub


Nature Reserve


ST BENET`S ABBEY

Approximately 1 hour cruising from Horning is St Benet`s Abbey, the ruins of a Anglo Saxon monastery.

 A easy place to Moore up with 60 spaces! The remaining ruins are very interesting indeed and a ideal opportunity to stretch your legs and wonder around.

MP3 guided history tours can be downloaded from www.stbenetsabby.org to accompany your visit.

Free guided tours take place every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 3 PM and from the beginning of May to the end of September.

There are no facilities her and dogs must be kept on leads.

ST BENNETS ABBEY


ST BENNETS ABBY


SALHOUSE BROAD

Approximately 1 hours cruise from Horning towards Wroxham is Salhouse Broad.

A pretty Broad with lost of mooring space. There is a sandy shore here and a nice woodland walk. Woodbastwick village is about a 30 minute walk to the left of the car park and has the Fur and Feather pub and Woofordes brewery. Salhouse is a 30 minute walk from the right of the car park and has The Bell Inn ( the Bell Inn offers a pick-up service from the car park, call 01603 720220)  

You also can moor up on the central island and purchase a ice cream from the ice cream boat or moor on the staithe at Hoveton Great Broad and follow the nature trail.  


SALHOUSE BROAD


HOVETON GREAT BROAD


THE FUR AND FEATHER


THE BELL INN



WROXHAM AND HOVETON