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wrighty
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The Boatshed Wroxham, tub of dog treats always available as well.

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There is the White Horse at Upton

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Wow.. thanks for the replies. I think I may have to book a second week just to get through all the pubs mentioned. Was thinking of heading up to coltishall as I've never been up that way when I've visited the broads previously.
Also another quick question.. where can I get an up to date broads map with pubs, moorings and tides on it??
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Hi Jon. You can download tide tables by tapping on the TIDE TABLES title, In red at the bottom of this page and you can purchase a map from the FORUM SHOP title, also in red below.



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Thanks Graham
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Also the  Broadcaster magazine is freely available from many outlets around the Broads with lots of useful information inside. Some boatyard give you a map when you book in for your holiday.

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I just rang The Maltsters at Ranworth and they confirmed that dogs are allowed "anywhere except the kitchen" Smile

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