Visit Rollesby near Great Yarmouth
Rollesby is a small Norfolk village, eight miles to the north west of Great Yarmouth on the edge of Rollesby Broad, part of the famous Trinity Broads and linked to Ormesby and Filby Broads. Rollesby is surrounded by woodland and open fields.
There are several viewing areas around the Rollesby Broad including a picnic site near Rollesby Bridge where you can watch the sailing boats and wonderful birdlife. It's an ideal spot for fishing and sailing, although no motorised pleasure-craft are allowed on the water.
The Waterside at Rollesby boasts a lovely café with a beautiful outside seating area looking out over the Broad. There's also a children's playing area, rowing boats for hire and the option to go for a gentle boat ride aboard the Gentleman Jim as well as a wheelyboat for wheelchair users to enjoy being on the water.
The village has a Thai restaurant, a large playing area and a Grade II listed church. St. George's Church is built on high ground at the west end of the village. The base of the tower is Saxon, but the rest was started by the Normans in the 11th century.