Acle Station was opened in 1883 by Great Eastern Railway and today, it is a bed & breakfast which offers visitors a fantastic base from which to explore Norfolk and the surrounding area.
In Roman times, the village of Acle was a port at the head of a large estuary named Gariensis. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, it was granted a market charter in 1253. Oak was felled for in the area for use in the construction of Elizabethan warships.
The beautiful part-thatched Church of St Edmund is located near to the Weavers’ Way footpath. If you stand in front of the church tower and gaze eastwards, you can see St Benet’s Abbey. Just outside the village, Acle Bridge is a picturesque location on the River Bure popular for boating.
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There's plenty to see and do within easy walking distance of Acle Station