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.
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