Welcome to the Waveney Valley's waterside destination Pub & Hotel

The Waveney Inn is Waveney Valley's waterside destination pub - comprehensively refurbished and offering a menu of delicious, locally-sourced food, freshly prepared and cooked on the premises.

Located right on the edge of the Norfolk/Suffolk marshes in the Broads National Park, the pub overlooks Waveney River Centre's marina and is perfect for relaxing in style as you watch the world go by.

To unwind properly, you can stay in one of our 7 boutique hotel rooms, all nautically themed and most overlooking the river. Our rooms feature giant beds, big TVs and luxury shower rooms.

For the ultimate in relaxation, you could even try a short break in one of our lodges with hot tubs!

Our Menu

Menu favourites include our home made burgers, delicious fish & chips or succulent calamari. You could try one of our popular sharing boards, or a prime cut of steak from our award winning butcher, Pepperells.

View our Menu


Our Rooms

To complete the experience, try our new luxury hotel rooms with comfortable super king size bed, 40" smart TVs and huge wet rooms.


View our Rooms




Call us on 01502 677599 or email bar@waveneyinn.co.uk

Testimonials

Waveney River Centre

All members of the Waveney team were helpful and friendly. Most importantly they wanted to help and make our stay in Norfolk a good one. The campsite was perfect in condition and location; the bathroom facilities were top class. We had a good meal and a fun evening at the Inn; we were made to feel very welcome by the Landlord and Lady. Hired a day boat to see the Broads, Marina staff (Tom) was very patient with us novices, and we had a great time cruising. The centre has the facilities of a big campsite but is only medium in size, and so is friendly and relaxed. The effort made by the owners and staff is noticeable everywhere you look. The waterside setting is very picturesque, especially with all the wildlife. We tend not to revisit campsites due all the choice out there, but I think your site will be the exemption to our rule. Thanks for a great break. We will return.
Craig and Emma, West Sussex