Salhouse

Salhouse station was opened in 1874 by East Norfolk Railway.

Salhouse is a small village served by a vintage tearoom, Prima Rosa, and a pub, the Bell Inn. A pleasant wander down Vicarage Road leads to Salhouse Lodge, a country pub set within 7 acres of beautiful gardens. Just around the corner from Salhouse Lodge, you can find the thatched All Saints Church, which dates from the early fifteenth century and is accessible by public footpath through surrounding fields.

A two-mile walk from the tranquil village of Salhouse leads to Salhouse Broad, where there are over forty acres of beautiful natural surroundings. It’s a beautiful place to cycle or hire a kayak or canoe, explore nature trails or go camping. The picturesque nearby village of Woodbastwick has been home to Woodforde’s Brewery for more than three decades. Visitors can book brewery tours in advance, browse in the brewery’s shop or pop into the Fur and Feathers pub for a hearty, locally-sourced meal.

Station Information

Salhouse Station
Salhouse
Norwich NR13 6NZ
UK

Wheelchair Access

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Explore the local area

There's plenty to see and do within easy walking distance of Salhouse Station

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All Saints Church

Located just north of Salhouse village, you'll find the pretty thatched church of All Saints

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The Fur and Feather

Situated in the heart of Woodbastwick, the Fur and Feather is a popular local pub

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Salhouse Broad

Salhouse Broad is a place of natural beauty offering peace and tranquility

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Salhouse Lodge

Set in 7 acres of beautiful gardens, Salhouse Lodge is a gorgeous lodge in the Norfolk countryside

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Salhouse Garden Centre

Situated on Honeycombe Lane, Salhouse Garden Centre is a great local garden centre to visit

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Prima Rosa

The Prima Rosa is a charming tea room and craft shop in Salhouse

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The Bell

Situated in the heart of the village, the Bell serves traditional pub grub and a selection of real ales

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