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August 2021 Newsletter 

Early October Getaways
How about a few days or a week away, at a time when the prices are around half of what's being charged in the high season? October can be a pleasant month to be afloat. The Autumn weather tends not to close in until the month is out, and everything, all the bars, restaurants, attractions and yacht stations, are open to make use of.

Below are just a few examples of what's still available to book, starting from around £50 per person for a 4 night break on San Rafael, or 7 nights onboard Superior Gem for £60 per person. Click the boat images for more information.

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San Selino 6 berths
From Stalham
 4 nights 
4th October

£363

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Amore 2 berths
From Stalham
 4 nights 
4th October

£841

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Bolero 6 berths
From Stalham
 4 nights 
4th October

£812

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Sensation 4 berths
From Stalham
 7 nights 
2nd October

£748

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Westminster Bridge 7 berths
From Acle
 7 nights
1st October

£879

Commander

Fair Statesman 8 berths
From Wroxham
 7 nights
4th October
£1720

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San Rafael 5 berths
From Stalham
 4 nights 
11th October
£245

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Windsor Bridge 5 berths
From Acle
 4 nights
12th October
£495

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Richmond Bridge 6 berths
From Acle
 4 nights
12th October
£629

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Conway Bridge 4 berths
From Acle
 7 nights 
9th October
£699

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Fair Sovereign 6 berths
From Wroxham
 7 nights 
9th October

£1405

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Superior Gem10 berths
From Stalham
 7 nights
9th October

£619

All availability

Click this button to see all holiday choices starting in October 2021 

Prices shown are the accommodation charges taken from the Hoseasons reservation system, and do not include damage waiver or fuel deposit. Prices are correct at the time of writing but remain subject to change. Full terms and conditions available on the Hoseasons website.

Cancellations

The only availability for the summer school holidays, is when we receive cancellations to resell.  If you want to keep an eye on what comes back on sale, click the link button below, then bookmark the page, which is updated as the cancellations come in..

Cancellations

Book With Confidence

Our booking agents, Hoseasons offer Full Refunds, Transfers or a Credit Note (your choice) if they or the accommodation provider cancel your booking, or if you cancel your booking because UK government public health measures mean that it is unlawful to travel to or make use of the accommodation you booked. For more information, please click the orange link button.

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Norfolk Broads Towns and Villages - Beccles

The sugar factory that dominates Cantley, can be seen from miles around. Despite its industrial look, Cantley is not plagued by foul smells or besieged by noisy lorries from dusk till dawn. The factory is one of four in the UK built to process the sugar beet which is harvested in the winter months. At this time the factory can be seen illuminated against the night sky with plumes of smoke emanating from its chimneys. The rest of the year is given over to maintenance of the plant.

Things to do: Cantley railway station is just a hundred yards from the Reedcutters Inn which makes it a good stopping off point to take the train into Norwich or down to Great Yarmouth. As both these destinations charge fees for overnight moorings the train can be a convenient and fast alternative to the trek up or down river. A walk around the Cantley area has been put together by the Wherry Line which takes in the sugar factory, the ruins of St Edmunds church and Cantley Marshes where you can come across wildfowl, waders and raptors. The walk is 4.7 miles in distance and directions can be downloaded HERE. Look for the "Cantley Walk" link.

Eating and Drinking: The Reedcutters can be seen on the left riverside as you approach the village of Cantley if coming from further upstream. Coming from the Yarmouth side you will encounter the Inn once you have passed by the sugar factory. There are ample moorings either outside the Reedcutters or on the adjacent Broads Authority moorings. Both are without charge. The Reedcutters offers a varied menu of home cooked food, served either in the bar area or in the adjoining restaurant.

TIP: Allow a little slack on your ropes when mooring as you start to feel the difference a rising and falling tide makes here.

For more information and mooring locations, consult our Cantley map

David Hearn

Owner and Proprietor

Tet: 01132 550515 
Website: norfolkbroadsboathire.biz 

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