Cycling in Norfolk
Seacroft Holiday Village has a variety of team-led activities and events to get involved with, from darts competitions to bowls, archery to outdoor giant chess. There’s sure to be something you’ll love! Being located on Norfolk’s calming coastline, Seacroft Holiday Village is in a prime location for exploring the beautiful landscapes the county has for offer – and doing so by bike is a fantastic way to do so! Cycling in Norfolk provides opportunities to see wildlife and views you wouldn’t usually see by car!
You don’t even need to bring your own bike, as Norfolk has its very own ‘Boris Bikes’ style hire scheme, with pick-up points in Ludham, Horning, and Hoveton. Operarted by Broadland Cycle Hire, BroadsByCycle https://norfolkbroadscycling.co.uk/broads-by-cycle/ is an initiative as part of the Three Rivers Way project to encourage visitors to the Broads to explore the waterlands in ways you can’t reach by car.
The Broads by Bike website has many routes available for you to choose from if looking for some inspiration when cycling in Norfolk, including routes from Hoveton and Horning, and a route that passes through Ludham that is easily adaptable to start from Ludham. Attractive locations along the way include the White Horse in in Neatishead, and the delicious Galley in Horning, an intimate café featuring a widely-stocked delicatessen next door.
There are also a number of heritage sites nearby the pick-up stations, including the ruins of St Benet’s Abbey, and the beautiful How Hill Trust, with it’s beautiful How Hill House and gardens, as well as seasonal tea room, is a short way away.
The bikes are available to rent for 2, 6, and 12 hour sessions and start from £6.00 – visit the BroadsByCycle website for more information.
Please check with service provider before travelling for correct information and pricing. Last reviewed 05 May 2017.
Alt: Cycling in Norfolk is a great way to experience the Broads National Park and Norfolk’s stunning scenery!