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Oulton Broad at New Year « Posted: 18 November 2009 at 03:15 PM »

Hello Everybody

We are six not quite senior citizens who will be holidaying on the Broads from Boxing Day to Jan 2. We were wondering if anybody could recommend somewhere at Oulton Broad for New Years Eve. Live music and real ale would be a bonus.

best regards

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Re: Oulton Broad at New Year « Reply #1 Posted: 18 November 2009 at 05:23 PM »

The best place would be hoseasons i should think they have holiday caravans and cottages right by the train station.
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Re: Oulton Broad at New Year « Reply #2 Posted: 18 November 2009 at 07:25 PM »

Broadland Holiday Village is right by Nicholas Everitt park, Hoseasons do book there. If its just somewhere to eat and drink for the night then there are a lot of pubs that are very welcoming, such as Red Herring, The Commodore in particular.
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Re: Oulton Broad at New Year « Reply #3 Posted: 18 November 2009 at 10:37 PM »

Red Herring is ticket only for NYE and fully booked already.
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Re: Oulton Broad at New Year « Reply #4 Posted: 19 November 2009 at 08:21 AM »

"The Lady of the Lake" is a great place to go in my opinion in Bridge Road, Oulton Broad. They serve real ale, excellent food (not just bar food) and also have live bands on many occasions.
I don't know what the particular events are for New Years Eve but you could always give them a call.

Details about the pub can be found HERE

Their details are:-

Lady of the Lake
124 Bridge Road
Oulton Broad
LOWESTOFT
NR33 9JT

01502 574740

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Re: Oulton Broad at New Year « Reply #5 Posted: 19 November 2009 at 09:51 AM »

Thanks everybody for the info. We will be on a boat so accommodation isn't a problem. Probably my best bet would be to give the Lady of the Lake and other pubs a ring a couple of weeks before Christmas and find out whats on.

Cheers

Roy
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Re: Oulton Broad at New Year « Reply #6 Posted: 19 November 2009 at 01:41 PM »

.....known locally as the 'bitch in the ditch'
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Re: Oulton Broad at New Year « Reply #7 Posted: 19 November 2009 at 09:59 PM »

Drank many pints in The Bitch in the Ditch....there Funky.
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Re: Oulton Broad at New Year « Reply #8 Posted: 21 November 2009 at 03:37 PM »

Thanks everybody for the info. We will be on a boat so accommodation isn't a problem. Probably my best bet would be to give the Lady of the Lake and other pubs a ring a couple of weeks before Christmas and find out whats on.

Cheers

Roy

Hi, it's entirely up to you of course but if I were you and serious about wanting to get in to one of these places on New Years Eve, I would call them now. Mostly New Years Eve events are ticketed and they usually sell out weeks in advance! Have fun  Smiley

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