Acle

Acle

Mentioned in the Doomesday Book, the market town of Acle was once a Roman port situated at the head of a now defunct estuary named Gariensis. Today it is a flourishing example of Norfolk’s vibrant broadside communities and attracts visitors keen to soak in the sights and sounds of the picturesque region. One mile from the centre you’ll find Acle Bridge. A structure steeped in ghostly legend and the only river crossing of the Bure between Wroxham and Great Yarmouth, it provides access to the wide open skies and rugged coastlines of the Norfolk North coast. With boat hire available nearby, Acle is a great choice for those looking for a stepping stone to adventure on the water. 

Browse the listings below to find restaurants, pubs, cafes, family activities and boat hire in Acle, not to mention self catering holiday properties, bed and breakfast establishments, cottages, pet friendly accommodation together with camping, touring, glamping and caravan parks in Acle.

Thrigby Hall
Come down to Thrigby Hall today to see a huge selection of animals! You can also find out lots of interesting facts about them.
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Acle Bridge Inn
For great views and great food on the Broads come and visit us today.
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Martham Boats
Come and enjoy a boating holiday in the heart of the Norfolk Broads
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Martham Canoes
Come and enjoy a gentle paddle in the heart of the Norfolk Broads
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Station Cottage
Calling all train enthusiasts, Stay in a converted ticked office
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Broad Farm
A great park for a wonderful relaxing getaway and ideally placed to explore the Norfolk Broads and the countryside of Norfolk
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Travelodge
The perfect place for business or pleasure stay overs
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Eastwood Whelpton
Enjoy sailing on the Norfolk Broads on board one of these beautiful yachts
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Martham Day Boats
Come and enjoy a day out on the beautiful River Thurne in the heart of the Norfolk Broads on our day boats or traditional half decker sailing yachts.
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Acle Antiques
Acle Antiques stock a wide range of furniture. We have pieces from the Georgian period, Victorian period and more.
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Old Vicarage
An excellent place to stay, relax and enjoy the Norfolk countryside.
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