Fishing Holidays in Norfolk
Norfolk offers a variety of fishing spots, from fresh water lakes and rivers to the salt waters of the wide-open ocean. The Norfolk Broads, with 200 km of waterways, is the largest area of free fishing in the UK. Bream, perch, pike, roach, rudd and tench can be found in the popular Broad rivers of Ant, Bure, Chet, Thume, as well as the less crowded Stiffkey, Wensum and Yare rivers. Stillwater and trout fishing are also common, and chartered boats in coastal towns like Wells-next-the-Sea will take visitors deep into the ocean to catch bigger game, like bass, tope, cod and mackerel.
For those who love the sport, Kett Cottages has a number of properties with onsite fishing and angling facilities. The aptly named River Cottage in Great Ryburgh backs into a river filled with brown trout. We have several properties nearby great fishing locations such as Chantry at South Creake. Just 4 miles from Burnham Market this beautiful property provides 'top end' quality accommodation for a large family.
Callaby Cottage and Old Laundry at Docking are both within striking distance of the fishing that is available in the village.
The Clock House at Haveringland Hall is a single storey property, one of four which have been converted from an Italianate courtyard of fine coach house buildings, nestled within a peaceful woodland setting in the grounds of Haveringland Hall Country Park, which features a quiet 12-acre fishing lake.
All anglers should note that a fishing license is needed in the County of Norfolk, which can be obtained from the Post Office or the Environment Agency.