Pubs & Restaurants

The banks of the Norfolk Broads are peppered with riverside Pubs and Restaurants as you cruise along the waterways. And thats without mentioning the many traditional village Pubs that are just a stones throw from the waters edge in the small villages and towns that the Broads winds its way through.

Most of the Inns and Public Houses located on the river bank will have secure quay headed moorings, and many are located by small inlets or marinas with decked or jetty type moorings. An additional charge may be levied for mooring overnight, but the facility to top your broads cruiser or boat up with fresh water is available at most Pubs with moorings and you can usually moor extremely close to the Pub or Restaurant so it is well worth a small charge.

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The Ferry Inn

The Ferry Inn is one of the must visit Pubs that is located on the Norfolk Broads River Bure in the village of Horning. With its own moorings right outside the Pub and seating overlooking the water this is the perfect spot for mooring up overnight to enjoy a drink and a Carvery.

White Horse Inn

In Neatishead Village the White Horse Inn is ideal for boaters moored in Neatishead Staithe. Offering fine food and beers from around the UK and from the pubs very own brewery.