When you buy a lodge at Waveney River Centre,
you’re investing in your very own piece of the Norfolk Broads.
Waveney River Centre is a small, family-run lodge park with a focus on quality and relaxation. Your holiday lodge has been designed to maximise some of the most stunning views to be found anywhere in the Norfolk Broads National Park.
From the peace and tranquillity of your south-facing balcony or lounge, you can relax, whilst listening to birdsong and watching the amazing wildlife, or you can soak up the views whilst you soak in your hot tub!
Each lodge is placed within a stone’s throw of a fantastic selection of amenities. Whether you need a pint of milk, or a pint of something a little stronger, our convenience store and refurbished riverside pub, the Waveney Inn, cater to all needs. Our children’s play area, indoor heated pool and secret garden ensure your little ones will never be far from a new adventure. So you can spend days at your lodge without feeling the need to jump into your car.
The two lodge manufacturers we work closely with are Stately Albion and Prestige Park & Leisure Homes, however, you can in principle choose a lodge from any manufacturer as long as it will suit the look and feel of our park. All of the lodges can be customised to suit your own requirements – we would start by agreeing a layout plan with you and then move on to colour choices and other details.
If you’re feeling active, there’s fantastic walking across the river at the nearby Carlton Marshes nature reserve and Angles Way long distance footpath (via our pedestrian ferry). In fact the best way to explore the area at your own pace is to go walking or venture along the river by boat – you can hire one by the day, or even buy your own cruiser and moor it within a couple of minutes’ walk of your lodge! We also offer canoe, kayak and bicycle hire and, if you’re into fishing, there’s lots of great fishing spots along the Waveney river.
Waveney River Centre lies in the heart of the Waveney Valley, famous for its idyllic villages and unique market towns, such as Beccles and Bungay.
The historic city of Norwich is just 30 minutes away and is not only steeped in history and culture with its Norman Castle & Cathedral, but is one of the UK’s top 10 retail destinations. And, for a day at the beach, there is nowhere finer than Southwold – a charming north Suffolk seaside town about 40 minutes away. The town features an award-winning pier, working lighthouse, colourful beach huts, a busy harbour and cliff top cannon – as well as being home to the famous Adnams brewery, the delights of which can be sampled in many of the town’s pubs – as well as at the Waveney Inn!