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Valeriejones
Oct-14-2012 @ 7:52 PM                           Permalink
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Can anyone suggest our first night mooring, we pick up a richardsons hire boat from acle next June, any help on nearest place to moor with a nice pub and food on hand, and how long from acle especially if we don't get the boat till lateish.
Thank you for all advice.
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Oct-14-2012 @ 7:55 PM                           Permalink
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The Bridge Inn Acle - just a few yards away  Wink

Steve & Maggie.

Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !

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Oct-14-2012 @ 7:58 PM                           Permalink
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Thurne dyke good mooring good pu and food

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Oct-14-2012 @ 8:06 PM                           Permalink
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hi there ,
i'd go to womack stahtie , and then up to the kings arms in the village , great food , service ,

steve and vicky

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Thank you for advice, don't really want to stay in arcl first night , desperate to get out on the water.
Val

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Oct-14-2012 @ 9:18 PM                           Permalink
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Hi graham.
Looked  at thurne dyke, the pub you mention is it the lion inn, it looks very nice, if so, do you know how long it takes to get their by boat from acle. And how far from moorings.
Thank you for your help.
Val

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The Dog Inn at Ludham Bridge is worth a visit you can use the free 24 BA moorings and it's about 500 yards. Will take about 1.5 hours from Acle.

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Val.
The Lion at Thurne Dyke is just over 3 miles from Acle.
Taking it steady allow 1 hour for the journey.
Jimretter boat-sail

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Are you rowing !!!!!!!

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My top tip would be the King's Arms  in Ludham. However
be warned Womack staithe gets very busy as will most
moorings at the time of the year you are going. The Lion
at Thurne Dyke is not bad  neither is the Dog at Ludham
Bridge. Smile

Rob & Sue
DIFF Divers


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