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What better way to discover the diversity of this enchanting landscape than to relax on one of our river tours from Wroxham.

Crewed by experts in their field, who will take care of you on board, each of our fleet offers light refreshments, a fully licensed bar, wheelchair access* and toilet facilities. Dogs are allowed at a cost of £1 per dog.

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Both Wroxham and Hoveton have several boat building and pleasure craft hire yards. Other local industries include the canning of soft fruits. Wroxham village had at one time – for much of the 20th century – its own public house (The Castle, in Norwich Road), four village shops (one in Castle Street and three in Norwich Road) and a primary school (in Church Lane), all now closed. A public library was built near Bridge Broad, a small broad near Wroxham Bridge, in the 1960s.

Wroxham has a non-League football club Wroxham F.C. who play at Trafford Park.

Wroxham Bridge was rebuilt in brick and stone in 1619 replacing a bridge built in 1576, which itself replaced an earlier, probably wooden, structure.[4] It is considered to be the second most difficult on the Broads to navigate (after Potter Heigham) and a pilot station sits on the Hoveton side of the river to assist boaters for a fee: £6 per boat.

The Wroxham formally known as the Hotel Wroxham is uniquely positioned on the banks of the River Bure overlooking a stunning stretch of the Norfolk Broads The Wroxham also has the added advantage of being just eight miles from the historic city of Norwich and a similar distance from the wild and beautiful North Norfolk coast. All bedrooms are ensuite, with flat screen TV's, tea and coffee making facilities and free wifi access.

We hope you enjoy using our WebCam to view real time images of 'The Broads National Park', more commonly known as the Norfolk Broads.

All trips depart from, and return to Broads Tours, Wroxham. All trips start to board 15 minutes prior to sailing. All times are approximate and are subject to change without notice. All trips are subject to a minimum passenger number and are subject to weather conditions.

The Wroxham also provides a large river side restaurant, bar and coffee lounge, where you can relax and enjoy locally sourced produce.

If you are looking for an ideal venue to celebrate birthdays, weddings, anniversaries as well as business meetings, seminars and corporate functions, then look no further as we can cater for all, assuring friendly professional service at all times.

The 20th century children's author Arthur Ransome visited Wroxham in the 1930s. In his book Coot Club (1934) he describes the busy scene on the river at Wroxham Bridge with numerous boats – a wherry, punts, motor cruisers and sailing yachts – jostling for a mooring.[7]

For further information call us on 01603 782061 or email reservations@hotelwroxham.co.uk