Acle on the river
Acle in Norfolk is a market town on the River Bure, halfway between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. In Roman times when sea levels were higher, Acle was a main port until 1101 when the harbour began to fill up creating the river. The town has two churches, including a modern methodist church and the traditional St.Edmunds which dates back to the 1st century AD.
Explore the Norfolk Broads
Waterways run throughout the area and all manner of boats and barges are available for hire to head out and explore the world-famous Norfolk Broads. Venture off for the day and explore the East Anglian network of rivers, canals and lakes and stop off for some lunch in one of the many countryside pubs that sit alongside the magical waterlands.
Woodlands, wetlands and more
The Fairhaven Woodland and Watergarden is just over two miles away cultivating wild and natural greenery. It has a tea room, gift shop and plenty of plants for sale. Looking for a cheap hotel in Acle? Stay at Travelodge Great Yarmouth Acle Hotel. Alternatively, Travelodge Great Yarmouth Hotel is around a 20-minute drive.