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Waveney River Centre, Burgh St Peter, Norfolk

Waveney River Centre
Burgh St Peter
Norfolk

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Waveney River Centre is the Broads' multi-award winning Holiday Park & Marina, set in the beautiful surroundings of South Norfolk's Waveney Valley, with stunning south and west facing views across marshes and river.

The Park is a wildlife haven, where you can spend hours watching birds, insects and other wildlife from the peace & quiet of your holiday lodge, or venture further along the river by day cruiser or canoe.

For campers & caravanners, our touring and camping site occupies an idyllic south-facing location overlooking the marina and river, and is open all year thanks to our eco-friendly, heated shower rooms - refurbished for 2010.

The Park features a family-friendly pub, indoor heated swimming pool & café, children's play areas, Mace convenience store, launderette and information centre. Our pool & café are being completely refurbished for 2011 and will be open all year from late February 2011.

Waveney River Centre was a triple winner at the 2010 EDP Norfolk Tourism Awards - for Customer Care, Best Holiday Park and Best Broads Holiday Experience. In 2009 & 2010 we received David Bellamy's Gold Conservation accolade, and we were winners in the 2010 Practical Boat Owner Green Awards for Best Service & Support.

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