The couple who run the station inn are very welcoming & the...
The couple who run the station inn are very welcoming & the rooms were warm & comfortable.
Tea, coffee & biscuits were available in the room for a brew after coming back from the neighbouring villages, city of Norwich or Great Yarmouth. The trains to these locations are fairly regular (& reasonably cheap) until well into the night.
Breakfasts were substantial & of the English variety, just what you need to send you out exploring the broads.
The local pub is a tad basic as it's there for the villagers & not tourists, beer, darts, quiz nights & local bands performing (on Saturday nights). The shops, post office & local chippie are some way away ~½ a mile.
Slightly more upmarket restaurants & pubs can be found in the nearby villages easily accessible by both road & rail. There are some of thee within walking distance (if you don't think 2 miles in the countryside is far, if you do there's always the train), but when I visited they were int he process of renovating after being flooded & as a result had limited offerings