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Ben_Green
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I remember going to the broads when I was a kid and on the southern part of the broads there was a pub set back from the river up a bit of a hill, I remember the pub was quite large and maybe was a B+B as well. I think it was called The Waveny and situated on the Waveny river but I have tried and tried to find it on Google Earth with no luck. Does anyone know where this place is / was and if so where is it exactly.

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Hi

We were there a couple of days ago, it has changed a lot over the passed year!!

It is in the 'Pub Guide' in red at the bottom of the page.

Here's the link

http://the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/business_display.cfm?id=38

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I think you are referring to the Waveney Inn at Burgh St Peter. You'll find it somewhat different to how you remember it. Attached is a photo from 1998.



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and it looks a lot different now after the winter re-model, well worth a visit

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Ben hi,

If you go to my pub map it is location 14 on The Southern Broads by clicking here



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My life your not kidding it has changed no end, looking on Google Earth it appears to be part of a camp site with lodges and a swimming pool unless im looking at the wrong thing still, i cant get over how much its changed though


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quote:"......
it appears to be part of a camp site with lodges and a swimming pool unless im looking at the wrong thing
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No, your not. The holiday park is Waveney River Centre (google "a fish called eddie") of which the Pub is now an integral part.

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Also has its own Website with a webcam looking out over the campsite and marina http://www.waveneyrivercentre.co.uk/eddiecam

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Ben, just curious, when were you last at the Waveney Inn? Back in the 1970's I was the licensee for a short period.

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Ben, just curious, when were you last at the Waveney Inn? Back in the 1970's I was the licensee for a short period.

I seem to remember back in the 70's a huge dove cote there just off the river front.

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