This ancient ferry service across the River Waveney provides the perfect way to cross the border of Norfolk and Suffolk, whilst taking in the picturesque surroundings.
'A short trip on Eddie's "Ternpike" ferry service delivers you to the edge of Carlton Marshes nature reserve, a wildlife haven of grazing marsh, fen meadow and peat pool - the broads in miniature and a perfect place for a walk. There's a circular walk through the reserve, whilst for hardcore ramblers the 77 mile Angles Way runs along the river's edge on its way from Great Yarmouth to Knetishall Heath (near Thetford), calling at Oulton Broad, Beccles and Bungay en-route.'
The ferry costs £2 single, £3 same day return or £10 return for a group of 4.
Please see the website for more information.
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