If you are considering a holiday on the Norfolk Broads, Horning Boat Hire might be exactly what you need. The village is one of the oldest in the county of Norfolk and is in the northern part of the county within the Broads National Park, making it the ideal starting and finishing point for those who want to explore the area.
Horning Boat Hire is ideal for those who want to take a sailing holiday. The village is located on the River Bure and activities such as fishing and canoeing are popular in the area. The village has all the amenities that visitors need including shops, restaurants and pubs. Horning is a very beautiful village and has a number of thatched cottages and ancient buildings which provide visitors with many photo opportunities.
The village has its own sailing club that hosts a number of events each year, so it should be easy to arrange Horning Boat Hire at a time that coincides with one of these events. The river Bure gives easy access to other towns and villages along the way such as Great Yarmouth and Woodbastwick. The villages of Hoveton and Wroxham are popular for shopping and the villages of Sea Palling and Winterton on Sea have good beaches. Towns such as Great Yarmouth and Cromer are popular holiday destinations with tourists so there are amusements, night clubs and many shops, though they are very popular in the summer.
Close to the village is a theme park called Bewilderwood, which has many attractions suitable for both children and adults. Those who are feeling energetic can arrange to hire a bike at the theme park and there are a number of cycle routes in and around the villages close to Horning. Walking trails are also popular in the area and sailing holidays give hiking enthusiasts the chance to see the area on foot as well as from a boat.