Enjoy the Norfolk Broads at your own pace from the comfort of a luxury cruiser
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Roys of Wroxham
The World’s Largest Village Store. Moor up at the Norfolk Broads Direct boatyard, then walk over the bridge where you’ll find plenty of Roys shops. The Food Hall is more of a supermarket but they focus on sourcing locally where possible.
Moor at Salhouse Broad, then walk up the track. Turn right along the road into the village of Salhouse, keep left at the fork. Should take 15-20 minutes. Locally sourced provisions, coffee and cake found here with deliveries to Salhouse Broad car park available in the summer. 01603 263910.
Moor up at one of the pubs or at Horning Staithe then wander along the street to this lovely little delicatessen. You will also find a few small convenience stores in Horning too.
White House Stores
Community Interest Company. Lots of local produce here in this lovely Georgian village. Moor up at Neatishead or Gaye’s Staithe.
The closest mooring is Womack Water, but you could feasibly walk into Ludham village from Ludham Bridge or St Benet’s Abbey. This is a mini supermarket with the heart of a traditional village shop.
Farm Shop on the high street which is run as a Community Interest Company. Moor up at Stalham Staithe or at Richardson’s boatyard.
Ramblers Gallery and Gift Shop
Next to Lion Inn. Moor up at Thurne Dyke.
Moor up at the Waveney River Centre and find the store as part of the Waveney River Centre Park. It has Lazy Jacks clothing as well as local produce.
Moor up at Loddon Staithe at these Stern on moorings. Across the road is Bridge Stores. A little further up the main street you will also find a Co-Op.