Wayside Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located just outside Norwich, Norfolk in the heart of the unique Norfolk Broads, a unique area of outstanding beauty.
Wayside has three rooms annexed to our own home. All are en-suite accessed through a paved courtyard with wonderful rural views, where guests can enjoy breakfast alfresco, weather permitting. There is plenty of off road parking.
Bedroom 1 Shower
Bedroom 2 Shower
We also offer, new this season, a lovely cottage recently built in the grounds of our home, with three double rooms all en-suite. These rooms can be blocked booked ideal for a larger family or friends, wanting to spend time together. The cottage also has a spacious kitchen/diner, fully equipped to provide self catering if required, although a pub with great food is just two minutes walk away.
The cottage also has a large patio great for taking the sun or just to sit with a coffee enjoying the abundant birdlife in the garden.
Wayside B&B is a comfortable bed and breakfast, centrally located in Little Plumstead and provides excellent value bed and breakfast accommodation within the rural setting of a lovely Norfolk village.
Little Plumstead is only a 15 minute drive from both the broads and the city of Norwich, a cosmopolitan, buzzing and beautiful city with over 1500 historical buildings, an exciting arts scene, wonderful outdoor activities, top shopping and delicious local produce food and drink.
The Broads also offer many different experiences including boat hire. The boating hub, Wroxham is just 5 minutes drive, with not only access to day boat and canoe hire, but the “worlds biggest village shop” Roys.
Norwich itself offers a rare blend of historic interest and modern sophistication which will exceed the expectations of any visitor.
From the medieval period until the start of the Industrial Revolution Norwich was England’s second city, enormously prosperous and culturally active. This has created a very rich legacy of heritage, with the city proudly boasting the largest intact medieval street pattern in Europe.
Places to visit include; Norwich Cathedral, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Dragon Hall and Strangers’ Hall.