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All reviews the secret garden tea room the river boat trip cakes toad hall norfolk broads well worth a visit nature reserve wonderful place nature walk christmas lunch public toilets lovely visit few hours sunny day electric boat
We never really got chance to explore the area as it was getting dark and we had moored up for the night before heading back to Stalham the next morning.
Loads of free moorings here and quite a few lovely walks around the area.
We moored here whilst on a boating holiday, we took a walk through the secret garden. It was autumn and the plants and trees were changing colour, would love to spend more time here in the summer. Worth a visit
We came across this place by accident but was very pleased we did . We wild moored there and it was such a lovely evening there the wild life at that time of year was lovely . Deffo a place we will have on our...More
We visited this attraction mid September, intending to just go for the 1 hour trip on the electric boat trip but ended up spending the day. The boat trip is £6 each which is a tour in a small quiet electric boat along the small...More
Wow, How Hill is a place I've visited and really enjoyed as it is a beautiful natural walk with the Broads running through it..
Went to see a show there by The Pantaloons courtesy of a gift from a friend unable to go .
Visited for lunch and the afternoon.
Free parking was a surprise, and no entry fee either - just donations requested.
Lunch was simple and the choice of sandwiches not great, but what we had was very tasty and the cakes went down a treat!
This is a pleasant enough stop along th River Ant. The tea room makes basic, but nice sarnies at good price and the secret garden in nice and surprising to find,....but needs lot of maintenance work to raise the standard. Good turning round point for...More