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Excellent - Needs the magic back though.

We (a couple) first visited this lovely drainage mill in 2016 on our first trip to the Norfolk... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2018
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Friendly and helpful

Pop on our boating holiday x moored up went into pay and the donkeys came to greet me x after... read more

Reviewed 28 September 2018
tracey m
Immingham, United Kingdom
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New Road | River Bure, Tunstall NR13 3QE, England
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Reviewed 28 September 2018 via mobile

Pop on our boating holiday x moored up went into pay and the donkeys came to greet me x after fussing them I pop into a lovey gift shop with a bit of food essentials greet by a lovely lady x then walk back to...More

Thank tracey m
Reviewed 17 September 2018

stopped here friday 15th september my wife and i stopped here and had a great time the staff where great had a great breakfast very well cooked dog was welcome also also good shop with some really nice local jams and chutneys a great place...More

Thank Paul C
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

Arrived late in the evening, plenty of space for our boat. Went to the shop to pay our mooring fee of £5 and to pick up a few bits and pieces for food that night. The shop was fully stocked with food, drinks, milk, bread...More

3  Thank Alexandra S
Reviewed 25 August 2018

What an amazing attraction, we were a family group of sixteen on two boats which we moored up at the Stracey Arms. Dawn, Phoebe, Hubby (did not get his name) were so welcoming, the kids fed the friendly animals, our two dogs were most welcome...More

1  Thank minnieemily1989
Reviewed 25 August 2018 via mobile

On first impressions were poor, the approach to the gates looks more like a minefield than a gate. Animals left unattended and aggressive. Donkey.charged at my nephew which left him pretty distraught, no-one came out to apologise. Goats were all pregnant so felt like a...More

Thank David R
Dawn W, Owner at Stracey Arms Windpump, responded to this reviewResponded 1 September 2018

We are ever so sorry that you had this first impression of the windpump! We are so sorry to hear about the donkey chasing your nephew, This has been an extremely hot summer and the animals feel it most! Sorry to say but the goats...More

Reviewed 19 August 2018 via mobile

We (a couple) first visited this lovely drainage mill in 2016 on our first trip to the Norfolk Broads. We absolutely loved it! Quaint little shop, friendly, helpful owner and a cafe serving one of the best breakfasts I’ve paid for (courtesy of the owner’s...More

1  Thank Diddlysqat
Dawn W, Owner at Stracey Arms Windpump, responded to this reviewResponded 1 September 2018

We send our apologies for my daughter Phoebe, as she is still learning how to deal with the public and we hope this hasn't put you off coming back, we are pleased that you had an almost faultless holiday and the issue preventing this will...More

Reviewed 5 August 2018

On Wednesday 1st August we was on the Southern Broads and planned on staying overnight at Berney Arms. Our party consisted of 2 boats with 12 people aging from 7 months to 62 years old. Our plan for the next day was a long cruise...More

6  Thank Dave W
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

Visited again this week in glorious sunshine, and sat and enjoyed tea and cake. ‘New’ owner is now in her third summer season I think, and has spent a lot of money trying to refurbish what had become a rather tired and run down establishment...More

1  Thank H1381AGstephenf
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

Boating on the Broads, we were attracted by 'last shop and cafe before Great Yarmouth', we stopped for a snack and to pet the animals. Freshly baked quiche, scones and Viennese whirls Woh! Hearty feed for £5 per head! Excellent VFM. £2 to visit the...More

1  Thank Philip M
Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

My family and I have been coming to the broads for over 20 years and always make the effort to visit this shop... for the service, amenities, and to visit the animals. After visiting today I must say that we will not be visiting again....More

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23 March 2017|
Response from goddesserika |
NR13 3QE, we've had trouble finding it too, the postcode up on the page is completely wrong