Although the summer season is over, you might still be joining us for a holiday this year and we’re looking forward to welcoming you. However, if you’re thinking about your next boating holiday, we’re currently offering our Early Bird Discount on your Norfolk Broads boating holiday in 2018, so now is the time to book it!


There’s nowhere quite like the Broads – Britain’s Magical Waterland – with 125 miles of glorious waterways just waiting to be explored.  Whether you choose to go afloat in one of our luxury cruisers or enjoy our delightful holiday cottages, there is no better way to discover this unique National Park than with Norfolk Broads Direct.


The Broads are home to a quarter of Britain’s rarest wildlife and we are passionate about helping you make the most of this special area – whether you have come for the bird and otter spotting, to enjoy the fabulous fishing, visit riverside pubs or simply sit back and relax as you glide over the water. Our fleet of cruisers – Faircraft Loynes – not only has a heritage dating back to 1878, but are amongst the most modern and well-equipped boats on the Broads.  In short, we’re here to provide you with the perfect floating home from home!


If you’d like the scenery without the sailing, then why not look at our range of delightful holiday homes?  Many properties are right by the water and we’ve taken care to lovingly furnish each one to provide the ideal base for you to explore the whole of Norfolk, including its magnificent beaches.


Boating holidays on the Norfolk Broads should be an experience to remember and we are here to offer friendly advice to make sure get the most out of your stay. Whether you are considering a boating holiday for the first time or need a little advice choosing the perfect cottage simply give us a call on 01603 782207.  Alternatively email [email protected]  or browse our website for more information.


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