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Norfolk Broads Boat Hire October 2018 Newsletter

October Half Term Deals saving up to £450
We are devoting our deals section to an offer from Barnes Brinkcraft in Wroxham. Book a 7 night holiday for the price of a short break. That's a discount of up to £450 on normal prices. This offer applies across October departures for all holidays
ending no later than the 31st October. The deals even apply to the October half term week - as you can see below.

Click the boat names for more information

Boat Name

Nights Sleeps Dates Hire charge Boat images
Brinks Jazz
starting from
Wroxham
7 4 23rd October was £585
now £409

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Royall Satin
starting from
Wroxham
7 3 20th October was £779
now £515

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Royall Oak
starting from
Wroxham
7 6 20th October

was £915
now £615

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Corsair
starting from
Wroxham
7 7 19th October was £984
now £690

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Benmore
starting from
Wroxham

7 6 22nd October was £1009
now £715

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Braemore
starting from
Wroxham

7 6 22nd October was £1055
now £746

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Brinks Symphony
starting from
Wroxham
7 10 19th October was £1169
now £825

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Concorde
starting from
Wroxham
7 8 22nd October was £1201
now £840

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Brinks Concerto
starting from
Wroxham
7 6 19th October was £1179
now £845

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Brinks Quartet
starting from
Wroxham

7 6 19th October was £1199
now £856

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Brinks Ultima
starting from
Wroxham

7 11 19th October was £1375
now £976

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Brinks Emperor
starting from
Wroxham

7 12 19th October was £1525
now £1075

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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
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David Hearn
Newsletter writer
and proprietor of
norfolkbroadsboathire.biz

This Month's news and features

Luxury Boat Search
This new search facility is proving popular, with luxury boats starting as low as £101 per person for a week aboard the 9 berth cruiser, Broads Serenade. We offer around 70 stunning craft, ranging rom 2 to 9 berths. with features including en-suite cabins with island beds and second tv's, granite effect worktops, temperature controlled showers and mood lighting, They are sure to turn heads as you pass by. And of course, the best time to book for next summer is now, whilst the largest choice of boats is still on offer.
Click HERE to learn more.

Norfolk Broads City, town and Village low-down - Ludham

Ludham, not to be confused with Ludham Bridge situated on the River Ant, is a pretty picture postcard village to be found at the head of Womack Water, a broad which is connected to the River Thurne by a fairly narrow dyke. Moorings can be found at the furthest point from where you enter the broad in the form of a local authority staithe. There is room for around 14 to 16 boats moored stern on to the quayside. Water and waste disposal facilities are available nearby. There is a fee of £3.00 per boat payable for overnight stays. Though moorings are relatively plentiful here it should be noted that due to their picturesque setting, they are very popular and tend to fill up by around 3-4pm most afternoons. Unless you have a plan B it would be wise to arrive no later than mid-afternoon if you intend staying overnight.

The village lies around 10 to 15 minutes from the staithe and is a pleasant walk down country lanes and thatched cottages such as the ones in the above image.

Local Attractions: The village has 1000 years of history and has many thatched cottages and other historic buildings. St. Catherine's Church is very special with its rare painted Rood Screen and is well worth a visit. Many local walks are suggested in a pamphlet available from Throwers stores.

Eating and Drinking: Kings Arms- Restaurant and bar food. Regular live music at weekends. Tea Room - both in the village centre.

Other Services: Throwers Stores, a small supermarket and a butchers and a doctors surgery can be found in the village centre. Public toilets and refuse disposal are available at the staithe.

TIP: The Kings Arms public house gets very busy as it serves both the village and the many chalet hirers in Potter Heigham. If you are eating out, it would be advisable to book a table here. If visiting during the evening, a torch is a must as the route back to the staithe is mostly unlit.


For more information and locations consult our Ludham map

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