Where to Eat in the Broads National Park with the Family

The Broads National Park is just 10 minutes’ away from Hemsby Beach Holiday Park at its closest point, so why not make the most of it whilst on holiday with us on the beautiful Norfolk coast? A popular holiday destination, we also offer holidays afloat on the at Richardson’s Boating Holidays, and having welcomed and helped visitors enjoy the wetlands for over 70 years, we know a thing or two about enjoying the area to its fullest! Here, we’ll give you our top tips and suggestions on where to eat in the Broads National Park with the family !

 

Acle

Acle Bridge Inn

Complete with children’s menu, wi-fi and parking, the Acle Bridge Inn is a family-run business which prides itself on high standards of food, service, value for money and attention to detail! A popular spot for locals and holidaymakers alike, Acle Bridge Inn has outside facilities designed for children, and also welcomes dogs – perfect if staying in one of our pet friendly caravans!

Opening times:

Monday – Saturday

11:00 – 23:00

Sunday

11:00 – 22:30

Contact:

01493 750 288

www.aclebridge.co.uk

Where to Eat in the Broads National Park

Filby

Filby Bridge Restaurant

Fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere, Filby Bridge Restaurant is perfect for families after something a bit more special during their holiday. With wi-fi and a children’s menu, the restaurant pairs gorgeous views of the Trinity Broads with delicious food, topped with a warm welcome! From fresh fish and seafood to sumptuous steak dishes. Freshly ground Italian coffees and tasty sponge cakes are also on offer.

Opening times:

Tuesday – Sunday

10:00 – 15:00, 19:00 – close.

Contact:

01493 368 142

www.filbybridgerestaurant.co.uk

Where to Eat in the Broads National Park

Horning

The New Inn

One of the prettiest villages in the Broads, Horning is home to the New Inn, which has a lovely warm, family atmosphere! Serving traditional, homemade pub classics, the New Inn also offers its patrons a variety of quality cask ales, wines and spirits. With a children’s menu, Wi-Fi and dog-friendly, this is great for a cosy meal out with the family – even the furry members of the family!

Opening hours:

Summer

8:00 – 23:00.

Contact:

01692 631 223

www.newinn-horning.co.uk

Hoveton

Wroxham Barns

Why not tie in your lunch time meal with a trip to Wroxham Barns? Wroxham Barns offers freshly prepared food with local ingredients in their family-friendly, table-service restaurant, all within a fantastic selection of shops and Junior farm for the kids to enjoy! With Wi-Fi, parking, children’s menu and pet-friendly, this is a great option for a day time meal!

Opening times:

Monday – Sunday

10:00 – 17:00

Contact:

01603 783 762

www.wroxhambarns.co.uk

Where to Eat in the Broads National Park

Ormesby St Michael

The Boathouse

This waterfront country pub and gastro dining experience has a relaxing and warm atmosphere. With Wi-Fi, parking, children’s menu and dog friendly, this is fantastic for a relaxing evening meal! Featuring a long bar with large bay windows, offering sights of the water, and traditional country fare and evening gastro specials, this is another fantastic option for families after something extra special!

Opening times

Monday – Sunday

11:00 – 23:00.

Contact:

01493 730 342

www.theboathouseormesbybroad.co.uk

Where to Eat in the Broads National Park

Rollesby

The Waterside

Another lovely restaurant on the edge of the Trinity Broads, the Waterside is a contemporary café, restaurant and tearoom complete with outdoor decking for summer al fresco eating and drinking featuring stunning views. All meals are freshly prepared to order, and a selection of speciality teas and coffees are also on offer. With parking and children’s menu, this is perfect for families.

Opening times:

April 1 – October 31

9:00 – 17:00

November 1 – March 31

10:00 – 15:00.

Contact:

01493 740 531

www.thewatersiderollesby.co.uk

Where to Eat in the Broads National Park

Looking for places a little bit closer to Hemsby Beach Holiday Park? Why not read our article on where to eat with the kids in Great Yarmouth?

Last reviewed 18/11/2017.
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