Wroxham Bridge Restaurants

List of Wroxham Bridge area restaurants, hotels and pubs for visitors to Wroxham and Hoveton. Some of the best places to eat on the Norfolk Broads are on the River Bure here near the bridge with a local large car park and mooring for boats available for your restaurant visits. You will be spoilt for choice by the restaurants menus located here, with them using only the highest quality fresh local produce including locally reared meats, fresh fish from Lowestoft and Crabs from Cromer.

Most restaurants have facilities to cater for large parties and even coach loads of visitors to the bridge area in Wroxham (although booking with most is recommended for large groups). But whether you are looking for a family breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or an evening meal for two you will find the best restaurants on the Broads here.

We strive to recommend the best places to eat and drink in Wroxham and Hoveton based on the quality food and ingredients used as well as the location of the establishment. Most restaurants are located near the bridge and many are riverside based with amazing views over the River Bure and some even have moorings right outside on the Broads.

Wroxham

Wroxham and Hoveton are joint villages seperated by the River Bure with Wroxham Bridge joining the two together. The area is very popular with tourists visiting by coach, car and pleasure boat. With a large density of boat yards in the area this stretch of the Norfolk Broads has become extremely popular with fishermen, day boats, pleasure craft and organised boat tours. Further information can be found at Tour Norfolk regarding tours.

From right by the bridge you can take one of the famous Broads Tours that leave from here, and enjoy a trip on a large double storey tour boat along the River Bure. Many tourists also hire their own boats to sail for the day or even hire a large cruiser and live on board for a weekend or a week to really explore the Broads properly. There are various boat yards that you can hire live aboard boats from here, such as Faircraft Loynes or Barnes so it is advisable to view the guide for Wroxham Boating to decide what type of craft you want for your Broads adventure on the river.

As well as the river there is much to see in Wroxham village, including the many stores owned by ROYS of Wroxham, the Bure Valley railway (www.bvrw.co.uk) that has a station here and other local attractions.