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Sense the sounds, smells and colours of spring at Waveney River Centre in Norfolk, a serene countryside retreat with plenty of outdoor activities.
The Waveney River Centre features stunning riverside views across the Norfolk Broads’ picturesque waterways, where local wildlife thrives in a tranquil sanctuary.The centre is perfectly equipped for country pursuits. Outdoor activities include walks and cycle rides, bird watching and bug hunts in the wildlife garden.Fancy a riverside boat trip? You can hire rowing boats, Canadian canoes, kayaks or even your very own day cruiser. Or you can take a trip aboard the centre’s classic 1930s launch, Betsie Jane.Luxuriate wine in hand in your outdoor hot tub after a day’s exploring or enjoy your first barbeque of the year whilst lazing on the deck of your handmade Escape Pod.The Waveney Inn serves Norfolk-brewed real ale and hearty dishes made with seasonal local produce. And if you want to bring man’s best friend, dogs are welcome in selected dog friendly properties.
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