Brundall Holiday Cottages

Many visitors gravitate towards this English boating village to enjoy the picturesque landscapes, calming waters, and the rare must-see wildlife. Avid English countryside tourists will notice there is no shortage of unique experiences, not to mention some of the most stunning Brundall holiday cottages, such as Swallowdale Holiday Home which is situated straight on the River Yare. The idyllic village, stunning landscapes, peaceful waters when staying at this beautifully decorated self catering Norfolk Broads holiday cottage will greet visitors.

Brundall Norfolk

The village of Brundall is the iconic boating village on the Norfolk Broads. There couldn’t be anything more perfect than an idyllic, quaint countryside village situated along the River Yare. This popular boating destination provides visitors with an abundance of options to explore the English countryside and catch a glimpse of the rare wildlife. At the edge of the village, Brundall has its nature reserve at Brundall Church Fen. There is no shortage of activities, from fishing to holiday boat hire. If you’re seeking a relaxing break with a hint of .adventure, then Brundall is the perfect place for you to visit.

Brundall History

Aerial view of Brundall Holiday Cottages and surrounding area

Brundall Holiday Cottages

This English riverside village does not lack history, character, and charm. Its history traces back almost 6000 years as it was the Roman settlers, who founded this riverside village. They originally named this village Brindisi. The Roman’s took advantage of the riverside location and turned it into a busy boating centre, Brundall still serves the same purpose today. Brundall is home to St Laurence Parish church, which dates back to the 13th Century. This parish church has a fascinating history of its own. The residents of Brundall have renovated this building over the years to preserve it.

It wasn’t until 1844 that it regained significance with the arrival of the railway. Brundall has two railway stations, including the original 1844 train line. In 1891 the railway line merged with Braydeston. As stated by Brundall’s Historical Society, Brundall and Braydeston had issues over the territory lines. Visitors can now take advantage of Brundall and Brundall Gardens stations on the Lowestoft Wherry Line and Norwich to Great Yarmouth.

Where Is Brundall?

The White Heron In Brundall

The White Heron

Where is Brundall? Situated along the north bank of the River Yare, across from Surlingham Broad, Brundall is approximately 12 miles to Norwich International Airport. Recently, many European visitors, namely Italian history students, visit Brundall to explore the once busy Roman boating hub. If you prefer exploring new cities, it is only 9 miles away from the bustling, historic City of Norwich. Although, it is understandable why many tourists who visit here are seeking a countryside break in stunning Brundall holiday cottages.

This wholesome, quaint village offers plenty of amenities in the centre. There are two convenience stores, post office, florist, dry cleaners, hardware store, hairdresser, chemist and an estate agent. Brundall also has many places to eat and drink. Down Riverside Estate there is East Hills Cafe and The Bay Seafood Restaurant. The Yare Pub has been refurbished and re-opened as The White Heron, serving drinks and food. In the town centre, a coffee shop, The Ram Pub, The Bay Leaf Indian restaurant and takeaways including a fish and chip shop, Chinese, Bella pizza and kebabs and a McDonald’s.

Brundall has become a popular destination for boating enthusiasts to explore the waterways. This scenic English village has many options when it comes to exploring, adventure and relaxing. Brundall is also well know for the popular Brundall Boat Show which is held in the Marina every May.

Riverside Estate In Brundall

Riverside Estate in Brundall

Riverside Estate in Brundall

If you're looking for a holiday that offers the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure, a stay on the Riverside Estate in Brundall is just what you need. Located in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, this stunning estate provides the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding countryside, enjoy the water, and take in the local culture and history.

Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a family holiday, this is the perfect location to suit everyone. Swallowdale features stunning views of the water and surrounding countryside, providing the perfect backdrop for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday.

Riverside Estate offers a range of activities to suit all interests and ages. For those who love the water, there are plenty of opportunities for boating, fishing, and other water-based activities.

If you're looking for a holiday that's all about relaxation, then this is the perfect place to unwind. Riverside estate is situated in a tranquil location, surrounded by stunning natural scenery and wildlife.

The estate offers a sense of community and a welcoming atmosphere that will make you feel right at home. Whether travelling alone, with friends, or with family, you'll find plenty of opportunities to connect with others and make lasting memories.

If you're interested in booking a holiday at Swallowdale, click here.

Brundall Holiday Cottages Boat Hire

Swallowdale holiday home has its own 33ft free private mooring. If you fancy hiring a day boat while on your Norfolk fishing holiday there is a Brundall Boat Hire boatyard a short walk down the road. If you want to hire a boat, it is advisable to book it before you arrive in Brundall as they are always very popular with Brundall riverside holiday lets and many other broadland holiday cottages.

Mooring for Brundall Boat Hire at Swallowdale holiday home in Brundall
River Yare view from the decking at Swallowdale Holiday Home in Brundall