Two national nature reserves, access to a spectacular long distance walkway, and a medieval bridge have made the village of Potter Heigham one of the Norfolk Broads’ most notable destinations. Visitors who choose to hire a boat are blessed with access to some of the region’s prettiest sections of riverbank. Quaint wooden cottages line the water’s edge and barn owls, bittern, otter, and hare can be seen amid the serenity of neighbouring Hickling, Horsey, and Martham Broads. Spend a summer’s afternoon sitting aside the river and watch as a multitude of pleasure craft navigate the low lying medieval bridge that crosses the River Thurne. With just under seven feet of headroom between their vessel and the crumbling brick overhead, this historic obstacle is a notorious test for novice skippers!
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