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Waveney Public House
"I have visited the pub a few times over the the years however since I believe the pub has been taken over I feel there has been a marked down ..." More

Balti Raj
"Had been recommended this restaurant as one of the best indian's in town, however i will never grace their doorstep again. The table service was terrible, we had to wait ..." More

Waveney Public House
"This pub is absolutely first rate. Has a friendly comfortable public bar with pool table and a main bar. The food in this pub is plentiful and excellent and the ..." More

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Oulton Broad is the most southerly of the Norfolk Broads, although somewhat confusingly it lies in Suffolk. It also gives its name to the village around it, these days running into much larger Lowestoft, but with a different feel to that town. Oulton village has a pre-war atmosphere, with its tranquil park, tea-rooms, and architecture. The life of Oulton Broad is inextricably linked with the water. The broad provides a route to the sea through a lock and Lake Lothing, and to the rest of the Broads network through Oulton Dyke and thence the River Waveney, one of the main thoroughfares of the Broads National Park. There is a yacht station on the east side of the broad, and all the facilities hire boats require. Mooring is also permitted away from the shore, if mud-weights are used. Carlton Marsh Nature Reserve to the south west of the village provides more than 100 acres of marshy habitat for flora and fauna, and has an excellent visitor centre to welcome wild-life enthusiasts. Nicholas Everitt Park abuts the broad, and offers pleasant walks by the water, generally peaceful, although when power-boat racing is held it is much less so! Oulton Broad’s greatest claim to fame is perhaps that Sir Christopher Cockerell tested his first working model of a hovercraft here in the fifties.

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Topcraft Boats

Care Home

Broadlands
Oulton Park

Cottage

Sycamore Cottage

Doctor

Dr A Bigg & Partners
Dr Bond & Partners

Health and Fitness Club

Fitness Exchange @ Broadland Holiday Village

Holiday Park

Broadland Holiday Village

Pub and Bar

Flying Dutchman
Red Herring
Waveney Public House

Restaurant

Balti Raj
Boulevard Cafeteria-Restaurant

School

Dell Primary School

Self-Catering

Broadland Holiday Village
Winelodge Suites & Apartments

Taxi

Five One Taxis Ltd

Activities

Oulton Broad Day Boats(Boat Trips and Cruises)

Places to Stay near Oulton Broad

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Wherry Hotel (0.33 miles)

Wherry Hotel

Situated on the shores of Oulton Broad, offering exceptional views over the Broad. Ideal for touring around the beautiful area or just for relaxing and enjoying the breathtaking views. There are two bars at this ... More | visit website

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Winelodge Suites & Apartments (0.35 miles)

Winelodge Suites & Apartments

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Winelodge Suites are stylish, modern apartments in Oulton Broad. This dockside location has views of the wharf. Enjoy stylish, fully equipped kitchens and 42-inch plasma-screen TVs. In the Oulton Broad ... More

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Ivy House Country Hotel (0.46 miles)

Ivy House Country Hotel

Tucked away down a leafy driveway nestling beside Oulton Broad. Ivy House Country Hotel is a mixture of sympathetic conversion of farm buildings and new buildings in the vernacular. Attention to detail is evident at ... More | visit website

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MJB Apartments Oulton Broad (0.50 miles)

MJB Apartments Oulton Broad

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Flat 4 Oulton Broad is a 2 Bed Apartment, 1 double room and 1 single room. The apartment has an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner and is fully furnished with a fully ... More

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Camps Heath Barn (1.14 miles)

Camps Heath Barn
The recently converted barn provides a charming mix of traditional and modern, with spacious accommodation comprising of 6 self contained double rooms and two self contained family rooms (two linked double rooms with ensuite). Guests ... More | visit website
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Britten House (1.48 miles)

Britten House

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With unobstructed sea views and a prime seafront position, this magnificent Victorian town house is the birthplace and family home of composer Benjamin Britten. Following total renovation in 2007, Britten House exudes ... More

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Hotel Victoria (1.52 miles)

Hotel Victoria

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With panoramic sea views of Lowestoft’s award winning beaches, the Hotel Victoria offers premier hospitality with easy access for business or leisure activities. Our Salute restaurant, with exceptional sea views, offers a ... More

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Royal Court Hotel (1.55 miles)

Royal Court Hotel

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This comfortable, affordable hotel is situated close to Lowestoft city centre, with excellent access to the attractions and award winning beaches of the East Coast. Ideal for both holiday ... More

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Winelodge (1.60 miles)

Winelodge

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Winelodge is a brand new contemporary hotel offering well appointed, hi-tech and stylish accommodation. All rooms have en-suite facilities, LCD Televisions and FREE high speed internet access with Suites ... More

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Waveney River Centre (2.15 miles)

Waveney River Centre

Waveney River Centre is the Broads' multi-award winning Holiday Park & Marina, set in the beautiful surroundings of South Norfolk's Waveney Valley, with stunning south and west facing views across marshes and river.

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