Broadland Holiday Village
Broadland Holiday Village offers an idyllically peaceful setting on the banks of picturesque Oulton Broad and is the perfect place for a fun filled family holiday. This friendly family run park is one of the finest in East Anglia offering something for everyone, whether you are looking to totally relax or enjoy thrilling outdoor pursuits and watersports. The site was recently awarded the Tourist Board's highest grade of excellence for the quality of its facilities.
Onsite facilities include the fantastic heated indoor swimming pool with children's pool and viewing areas and the relaxing hair health and beauty salon which offers an excellent range of treatments. There is also a licensed club serving delicious meals in a relaxed setting with views of the marina.
Close by the attractive Nicholas Everitt Park is a great place for a day trip and has tennis courts, bowling greens and recreational areas for all your family. Slightly further afield the amazing Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park at Lowestoft is well worth a visit.
There are many types of accommodation available including bungalows and caravans. The Broadside is a cosy one bedroom bungalow which is perfect for a couple. The Broadshaven is a good choice for a small family and has one double bedroom and one with bunk beds. Broadsvilla provides more flexible accommodation with two bedrooms and a sofa bed in the lounge area. The Broadslodge is ideal for larger groups with one double bedroom, one twin bedroom and two rooms with bunk beds. The Broadside Plus is a luxurious option for a romantic break and has a private outdoor hot tub.
- Indoor heated pool †
- Children’s pool †
- Fitness studio
- Quayside Bar and Restaurant with bar meals and takeaway
- Wi-Fi access (in Quayside Bar and Restaurant only)
- Pool table *
- Boat launching and mooring *
- Private marina
- Children’s play area
- Launderette *
- † Please note there are some restrictions to pool use on certain days.All facilities available for all dates.
- * Charges Apply.
- A choice of bungalows, caravans, holiday homes and lodges, ideal for holidays at any time.
- TV with Freeview
- Wi-Fi *
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bath and/or shower
- Bed linen and duvets
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Heating in lounge and bedrooms
- Storage heating in lounge included (except Broadlands Caravan)
- Electricity by card meter (except Aedis, Broadsrest Plus, Broadsmead Vista, Rowan Lodge and Broadlands Caravan)
- Cots and highchairs £15pw each
- Pets £30pw each (max 1)
(in specific bungalows only
- * Charges Apply)
- Early check in (1.00pm)
- and late check out (12.00pm)
- available, £15 each – please check when booking
- All non smoking accommodation
Grocery packs available to order – from £15
(must be booked and paid for prior to arrival and subject to availability). Charges apply.
mr david storey
I took my wife here for a couple of days and it was just superb. the lodge, health club and bar were all top notch and for the price we paid it was excellent value. coming back with friends next year.
Miss Tracy Lees
A nice quiet park, the owners are very friendly and helpful. Everyhting is very clean too and the lodges are spacious and nicely furnished. Well located for some good days out. Overall a 8 out of 10!
We stayed in a bungalow at Broadland holiday village but we had stayed in one of the lodges previously.
Both visits were very enjoyable and the whole site was fantastic.
Staff were very helpful, gymnasium and pool were equally as good and the team very professional.
We visited the bar and restaurant, again, the staff were excellent and the food and prices were very reasonable.
Both the lodge and the bungalow were very well furnished and kitchens very well equiped. We have been made very welcome each time and we are making a return visit next month.
Date of stay: 13th April 2018
Great relaxing holiday.Friendly staff.great accomodation. X
Andrew, Kirkby In Ashfield
Date of stay: 6th April 2018
Accommodation type: Aedis
Lovely accommodation. Clean and modern
Date of stay: 9th February 2018
Had a great time. The accommodation was spotless and everything there that you made had needed.
Date of stay: 29th January 2018
A lovely peaceful break in great surroundings
Lisa, Bury St Edmunds
Date of stay: 3rd January 2018
We had a lovely time the staff were fabulous especially Lynne who went above and beyond to help us out . My only gripe is if you have a pet friendly park let them into the bar area . As we couldn't leave our dog we ( he has anxiety issues) so we can't leave him so we couldn't enjoy the bar & restaurant. During the summer it would be ok sitting outside but not in the middle of winter so please address this as it spoilt our enjoyment of our holiday .
Date of stay: 30th October 2017
Date of stay: 13th October 2017
Date of stay: 7th October 2017
Fabulous property very well equipped and well looked after. Wonderful view over the broad and overall a good stay
Date of stay: 7th October 2017
Accommodation type: Aedis
This accommodation was new. The decor was very nice, with a seaside theme. Everything you needed was in this cottage.
Samantha, Clacton On Sea
Date of stay: 23rd September 2017
chalet had everything we needed
Despite some unkind weather for our family Easter break, the warmth of welcome was wonderful - even including Easter Eggs for our grandchildren. Information was clear and staff so very helpful.
The park is amazingly clean and the free access to the heated pool was great. There is a sauna and fitness gym too.
Something for all ages - good birdwatching and walking as the park has direct access to Oulton Broad and footpaths, and our kids enjoyed a short train ride to Lowestoft for retail therapy!
Thank you - we spent a lovely Easter break and wished it was longer.
Lovely compact holiday park, seconds from the marina and miles of beautiful walks. The bungalow was spotlessly clean, lovely furnishings and well equipped. Only downside was the miscommunication over whether we needed to buy cards for the electric meter, with a unexpected cut out when the remaining credit ran out, luckily it happened when the bat was open to get credit, so do check!
Great place to relax.Lovely clean bungalows.
Had a lovely relaxing holiday in clean accommodation and beautiful surroundings. Will definitely return
Lovely place will be coming again
Love it here our family has been visiting for years although smaller and now more private owned which is a shame I hope they still keep some of it available for everyone. X
Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park is an amazing 50 acres area of stunning coastal parkland and is packed with family friendly rides and attractions. This park is an excellent choice for families with children of varied ages as there are a number of small rides for the little ones as well as some adrenaline boosting white knuckle rides for teenagers. As well as rides the site hosts some fantastic shows including the ever popular Sea Lion and Parrot encounters. At Halloween, Christmas and Easter other themed shows can also be enjoyed. The site also has a good range of places to eat and drink whether you are looking to spend a leisurely hour relaxing with a meal or just grab a quick snack.
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Bewilderwood is a fun day out for the whole family located in the Wroxham area of Norfolk. This imaginative adventure park has won awards and we think kids especially will love the characters and the magical tree houses. You can even book your ticket online and beat the queues by visiting their website where you can also view video clips of the park. This place is also the setting for the book 'A Boggle at BeWILDerwood', by local children's author Tom Blofeld. Parents are not left out either as you're encouraged to take part and play alongside your children.