Harleston

Harleston

Harleston is a buzzing market town, neatly situated on the old coaching route from London to Great Yarmouth in the beautiful Waveney Valley.  It has a large number of historic buildings and also boasts a beautiful chapel to explore.

There are a delightful array of speciality shops, market stalls and plenty of ways to sit and enjoy afternoon tea.  There is also a thriving music and arts centre leading to great music festivals.

So come along and enjoy this lovely South Norfolk town and its surrounding countryside

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

The Red Lion Pub
The Red Lion
The Red Lion, where you can find the finest traditional ‘pub grub’ with a splendid selection of local beers all served to you by friendly and dedicated staff.
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The Old Kings Head Brockdish
The Old Kings Head
A newly renovated restaurant, cafe and bar which date backs to the 13th century.
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Wortwell Hall Barn
An 18th Century B&B in the heart of the Norfolk countryside.
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The Pod
A shop full of delicious home made chocolate and other yummy treats.
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Little Lakeland
A caravan and camping park situated next to a well stocked river.
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Discover Harleston
A small town with a big heart and a warm welcome, lots to do and see or just relax in one of the many tea rooms and enjoy the atmosphere of this historic market town.
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Harleston Cornucopia
Cornucopia
The perfect day out at Cornucopia with vintage shops, galleries, cabinets, refreshment venues and museum areas.
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Harleston Museum
See artefacts relating to the life and times of the people of Harleston and the immediate surrounding parishes from pre-historic times to the present day
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