The village of Potter Heigham is a popular stop for holidaymakers to the Broads, with its medieval bridge and historical St Nicholas Church, as well as the famous bargain store, Lathams. Weavers Way, which also passes through Stalham, also passes through here. You can find out more about walking in the Broads National Park here. Read on if you’re planning on visiting Potter Heigham!
Visiting Potter Heigham
Mooring when Visiting Potter Heigham
You can moor at Herbert Woods in the village, where showers and pump outs are available. There are some moorings along the river bank, as well. The moorings are in a good location for visiting Lathams, and just one mile from St Nicholas Church.
Leisure when Visiting Potter Heigham
Lathams is popular amongst locals and holidaymakers alike, with bargains galore. With a garden store, clothing, food, and more, you’re sure to find a value for money deal. Even if you don’t buy anything, it’s definitely worth experiencing Lathams! If heritage is more your cup of tea, then don’t miss St Nicholas Church. With many fascinating details, from wall paintings to brickwork. Definitely worth a look.
Lathams has a Flour and Bean café, which is great for those after a cheap eat. BridgeStones of Potter on Bridge Road, a recent addition to the village, offers its patrons a delicious and filling fare of all-day breakfasts, lunches, and cream tea. The Falgate Inn is also a great choice for those after traditional pub grub.
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