Hoveton (see Wroxham)

Home to Roy's of Wroxham
Post office
Shops, Restaurants etc..

Public Moorings
Refuse disposal
Pub mooring The Kings Head
Hire boat mooring at Several boatyards
Day boat hire

The Kings Head

Local attractions
Wroxham Barns
Bure Valley Railway
Often mistakenly referred to as Wroxham, Hoveton is separated from Wroxham by the river Bure there is some disagreement as to where one starts and the other ends, The signposts are at either end of the bridge. Hoveton is Home to Roys of Wroxham which claims to be the worlds largest village store, Roys dominates Hoveton's main Street with Garden Centre, Supermarket, Toy Shop etc..It even has it's own MacDonalds. There is also a small shopping precinct with some charity shops, betting shop local store, off-license etc.. There are several banks and building societies with Cash machines. Norfolk constabulary have a police station in Hoveton
Businesses in Hoveton

The Kings Head
Hotel Wroxham
Ban Thai Restaurant
Bridge Restaurant
Old Mill Restaurant & Tea Shop
Wherryman's Restaurant & Pizzeria
The Golden Plaice Fish Bar
Ken's (nominated best chippy 2010)
Canton Orient (award nominee 2010)

Barnes Brinkcraft
Broadland Small Craft
Broads Tours
Posh Boats
Connoisseur Cruisers
Faircraft Loynes

Places To Stay
Coach House B & B
Peninsula Cottage Holidays
St Gregory's B & B
Wroxham Park Lodge

A Touch of Class Gift Shop
Bridge Gift Shop
Broadland Cycle Hire
Fineway Leisure
Geo Smith & Sons Boatyard
Go Boating UK
Massingham Bros Butchers
Moore & Co
Norfolk Marine Chandlery
Walton Marine
Wroxham Angling Centre
Wroxham Boat Sales
Wroxham Launch Hire

Local Attractions
Bure Valley Railway
Wroxham Barns
Barton House Railway
Roy's first store in Wroxham c. 1920