Acle Boating Holidays
Acle Boating Holidays are the perfect option for those who want to explore some of England’s most beautiful waterways. Acle is located in the Norfolk Broads region and is situated midway between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. The Broads are the perfect location for those who are new to sailing as there are no locks to be navigated and there are miles of waterways that offer tranquillity and the opportunity for relaxation. Acle is just one of many villages which provide a stopping point for sailors to stock up on supplies for their trip.
Picture Postcard Locations with the Acle Boating Holidays
The village is a picture postcard type village, with quaint buildings and plenty of green spaces which give it a real air of tranquillity. There has been a settlement on the site of the village for more than a thousand years and those on Acle Boating Holidays will have plenty to explore if they are interested in history.
The church of St Edmund is a round-tower church which dates back to 850 AD. The tower is the oldest surviving part of the building and is thought to have been built by the Saxons. Other parts of the building were added much later such as the battlements which were added in the 15th century and the octagonal part of the tower which dates back to the 13th century. Those on Acle Boating Holidays might be interested in working out the age of the different parts of the building and the interiors.
Acle Boating Holidays The Perfect Starting Point
Acle is also a good starting point for exploring other parts of the Broads. The village of Ranworth is close by and is home to a conservation centre and nature trails. There are many walking trails in the area which are perfect for those who want to explore on foot when they need a break from sailing. So if you are considering spending some of your hard earned time off this year with the Norfolk Broads then you really will find a perfect choice of boats from the excellent boatyards. The Acle Boating Holidays have it all for a hassle free, peaceful and fun holiday on the waterways.