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Tel code: 01692 | code search
Postcode: NR12 | code search
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Wayford Bridge Hotel
"Good Points: Food, staff, location. Bad Points: Chairs need reupholstering. General review: Satisfactory

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The Kingfisher Hotel
"Our room was scrupulously clean and the bed and pillows comfortable We took our evening meal in the restuarant - the service was friendly and comfortable. The food was excellent and ..." More

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Stalham, whose name it is said means settlement by the river, in this case the Ant, is one of the great Broads bases, with three major boatyards located there spread over an area of some 20 acres. It is fitting that the Museum of the Broads is located in the town. Public moorings are available free for 24 hours at Stalham Staithe, and there are others at the various boatyards. The town is on the pretty A149 coast road halfway between Yarmouth and Cromer, although at this point the coast is three miles distant. Sea Palling, Eccles, and Happisburgh (pronounced Haysbro) beaches are worth the detour if the opportunity arises. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, the town has been an agricultural centre for centuries, although with mechanisation the employment agriculture provides is limited these days. A market town for the area, Stalham these days boasts farmersí markets twice a month, and visitors can in the right season get closer still to the source of their food at the various PYO farms in the district. The most notable buildings in the town are St Maryís church, built in the 15th century in the perpendicular style; Stalham Hall, a fine Jacobean manor house, and the recently restored Old Fire Station, a grade II listed building put up in 1833 that may be the second oldest fire station in the country. Outside the town, by the Ant, stands the lovely Hunsett Mill, and close by are the ruins of a leper chapel.

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Basil at Grove Farm Barns
Bramble Cottage
Bridge End
Bridge way
Cherry Tree Cottage
Chive at Grove Farm Barns
Coriander at Grove Farm Barns
Dill at Grove Farm Barns
Enterprise Cottage
Lark Cottage
Lonicera
Merlin
Mint at Grove Farm Barns
Ringlet
Rose Cottage
Sorrel at Grove Farm Barns
The Willows
Wanderer
Wayfarer

Dentist

Steel & Koflowski

Doctor

The Surgery

Market

The Late One Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Harnser House
Maids Head Public House
Swan Inn
The Grebe

Restaurant

Mermaids Slipper
Oasis 2 Finest Indian Dining

School

Stalham First School
Stalham High School
Stalham Middle School

Solicitor

Capron & Helliwell Solicitors

Taxi

Stalham Cabs

Shops

Stalham Shopper
Flower Moments
Newlands Florist
Broadland Shoes Ltd

Antiques

William James Antiques & Interiors Ltd

Places to Stay near Stalham

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Hotel Wroxham (2.03 miles)

Hotel Wroxham
Situated in the heart of the famous Norfolk Broads and overlooking the River Bure, this hotel offers one of the best dining experiences in the area in 'The Waterside Terrace Bar and Restaurant'. Guests may ... More | visit website
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Dairy Barns (2.78 miles)

Dairy Barns

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Dairy Barns are part of a working 360 acre working family farm located between the North Norfolk Coast and Norfolk Broads National Park. The Barns have been converted to a ... More

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Oregano at Grove Farm Barns (3.14 miles)

Oregano at Grove Farm Barns

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Tucked away down a country lane in the heart of Broadland, and enjoying glorious views across open fields, a range of handsome barns has been tastefully converted ... More

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Dilly at Dairy Farm (3.34 miles)

Dilly at Dairy Farm

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Named after favourite Ayrshire dairy herd families, these three single storey properties, with identical layouts and facilities, offer comfortable and very well equipped accommodation. Open plan living/dining ... More

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Old Rectory (3.43 miles)

Old Rectory

The Old Rectory in Ridlington is a delightful Grade II listed family home, set in 4 acres of gardens and woodland. The surrounding area has plenty to offer from the magnificent East Ruston Old Vicarage ... More | visit website

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Point House (4.39 miles)

Point House
Point House is a spacious traditional brick and flint farmhouse set in a quiet single track lane less than half a mile from the Norfolk seafront, ideally located for a vast selection of places of ... More | visit website
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Keswick Hotel (5.16 miles)

Keswick Hotel

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An ideal base from which to explore the delightful North Norfolk Coast, the Keswick Hotel is a paradise for fishing, walking, golfing, bird watching, cycling, surfing, jet skiing and many ... More

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Innkeeper's Lodge Norfolk Broads (5.21 miles)

Innkeeper
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** The hotel is situated on the banks of the River Bure in the heart of the Norfolk Boards. The hotel offers the perfect base from ... More | visit website
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Riverside Rentals (5.21 miles)

Riverside Rentals

We offer self catering holiday homes with character in fantastic locations on Grebe Island, Horning, in the Heart of the Norfolk Broads. All are set in their own grounds with river frontage, panoramic views and private mooring. Ideal ... More | visit website

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Whispering Reeds (5.37 miles)

Whispering Reeds

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The generous river frontage and private moorings of this very comfortable detached property give on to a quiet waterway leading to the River Bure. A first floor ... More

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