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Highlights in Wroxham
- Rivers of amazing beauty
- Immaculately manicured gardens
- Historical museums
- Art Galleries
- Extraordinary walks
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Are you looking for a good holiday in a place where you can relax? Are you one of those who like mountainous weather? Wroxham is an ideal place for you. It offers many holiday rentals that will make your experience of high quality. From Salhouse to Hoveton and from Norfolk to Crostwick, you will discover all the things that Wroxham has to offer that is sure to make it a unique place to spend some quality time. Fall in love with the sunsets seen from Ranworth Broad, or relax with the scenery of Wroxham Bridge. Don't wait any longer, make your reservation at Wroxham!A beautiful view of the lake
One of the reasons Wroxham is such a popular location is the convenience and views that the wonderful holiday rentals you will find offer. The lake is surrounded by these rooms, and they provide visitors with a spectacular and relaxing view throughout their stay. Most of these rentals are very luxurious and spacious, it has many rooms, parking for boats, a terrace and even a patio, all the comforts to spend quality time without the worries of business days. Don't wait any longer, pack your bags and go rest your body and mind to Wroxham!
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In the west of the city there are a couple of beautiful attractions that are worth seeing to feel the peace and tranquillity of the place and get in touch with nature; firstly, Bridge Broad, which is a wonderful canal on the lake where it is possible to take a boat ride while the swans are observed and fed; About two kilometres to the south-east is Wroxham Bridge, a busy place, very beautiful, a kind of civil marina, full of not very large boats in which commerce is perceptible, and you can also feed many swans; and less than 500 meters to the west, is Riverside Art and Glass, which is a contemporary art space specialized in making glass figures, however, they also have many paintings, ceramic works, bronze and even jewellery. Much of the work done and exhibited is for sale, so it is a good place to buy a souvenir.Natural wonders in the south-east
The south-east of Wroxham also has some natural wonders that you cannot miss if your objective is to visit the city, in the extreme south-east is Woodland Park Equestrian Center which is a beautiful place, a kind of farm specialized in training horses for horse racing, there you will be able to observe and ride horses of many breeds, see the training and even become part of the adventure; A kilometre and a half to the west is The Broads, which is a stretch of the lake that is characterized by its spectacular sunrise, so it is good to arrive very early in the morning to see the sun rise over the beautiful mill; and less than a kilometre to the north, is South Walsham Broad, which is a beautiful stretch of the side that is usually very visited because it is one of the best places to fish, in addition to having incredible views.
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Of the many places of historical character and cultural value found in this beautiful city, the wonderful St Helen's Church is one of the most outstanding. It is a magnificent temple dating from the thirteenth century and that hides a lot of history behind its walls. From the outside you can see the architectural value of the building and inside it has a lot of works of art and historical manifestations that give a good part of the identity to the city. The church has a very active community of parishioners who keep it in impeccable condition and make it possible for all visitors to enjoy it, regardless of mass.Wroxham for extreme sports lovers
Bure Marshes National Nature Reserve It is one of those places in the city where the contact with nature is most perceived. It is also a place that is usually full of swans and one of the places where these animals are usually friendlier because they are very used to visitors, so maybe they can not only feed them, but maybe you can caress them, if that were not enough, it is a space where fishing is very good, so you will surely get a complete experience of contact with nature. Go to the reserve, marvel at the view, catch a trout for dinner at home and feed the swans for a complete day of relaxation.
„Did you know that Barton House Railway is run by volunteers and makes donations of proceeds to local charities?“
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Barton House Railway is a wonderful miniature railway in which the whole family can enjoy and learn about steam trains while having fun taking a trip in a three that still has room for people. The ride is set in a spacious garden by the River Bure in Wroxham to make the ride even better. Additionally, visitors will appreciate a regular-size signage system and original tickets.2. Take a walk through a beautiful garden
Hoveton Hall is an impressive park that has several gardens with different decorations that will give you the opportunity to have an approach to nature in a wonderful way. The place has a wonderful wooded landscaped garden, with a garden that gives the impression of spring and even with a beautiful lake that is perfect to admire and relax. In addition, the cafeteria serves organic food that they harvest right there. An incredible place!3. Go see a miniature world
Wroxham Miniature Worlds is a fantastic attraction that became the UK's largest in modelling, has some of the largest miniature railways in the world and is made up of many areas where all items are displayed. Train cars, slot machines, an entire city made of Lego TM bricks, model ship displays, Vintage Penny Arcade, interactive flight simulators, and much more. Without a doubt one of the best experiences you will experience in the city4. Soak up everything that has to do with aviation RAF Air Defence Radar Museum
It is a wonderful aviation museum that has become one of the preservers of the memory of the United Kingdom's air defence history. Instead, you can get a guided tour to learn about battles in which aviation was decisive for victory, about aeroplanes and much of the history of the United Kingdom5. Enjoy a wonderful day outdoors
Lakeside Riding Center is a fantastic place where you will have the opportunity to know the horse riding training centre, you can feed the horses, and you can even learn to ride if you decide, the guides and trainers will accompany you all the way to guarantee the pleasure of your experience. In addition, the place is next to the lake at a point where you can take a boat ride and even fish. Everything you need to have a good day of relaxation
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Wroxham
How much does it cost to rent a holiday letting in Wroxham?
The coronavirus has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Wroxham has an annual average price of £135.44 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Wroxham?
If you seek to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Wroxham are March (£120.76 per night for accommodation, on average), February (£121.95), and June (£123.41).
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Wroxham?
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of September (£168.56), December (£158.48), and August (£151.73).
Is Wroxham a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Wroxham, as only 23% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
April, March, and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations available, with respective average availability figures of 58.75%, 53.75% and 40%.
When are fewer lettings available?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Wroxham are, in order, July (with 0% of available rentals), September (0%), and August (1.2%).
How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Wroxham?
Our inventory features approximately 40 properties from 5 partners.