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Peninsula Cottages, Wroxham, Norfolk

Peninsula Cottages
Staitheway Road
Wroxham
Norfolk

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Peninsula Cottages are located in the heart of the Norfolk Broads on the River Bure. Located in Wroxham, the renowned 'Capital of the Broads' these totally refurbished two bedroom cottages are the ideal place to watch the world float by. Great waterside & riverside outlook from your own balcony and excellent doorstep fishing These popular waterside cottages have views either over the River Bure making them ideal for a fishing break (in season, with a licence). Wroxham is the largest village on the Norfolk Broads and has a range of restaurants, pubs and shops'; including Roy's the 'largest village store in the world' all within walking distance making it the perfect location for a family holiday.

*Two storey cottages with small patio and shared gardens
*1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom and 1 bathroom
*Open plan living room and dining area
*Wroxham a short walk away with shops, restaurants & pubs
*Boat & cycle hire, boat trips & golf available nearby
*Pets accepted in selected cottages - £30/week (Max 1)

Short Breaks available year round but can only be booked during school holidays within 4 weeks of date

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