is a small, quiet, and unspoilt Broadland
village. It is fairly unique for Norfolk
in that it is located on a hill, which forms one edge of the Bure valley. There is a pretty staithe, a boatyard, a church and a few houses and that is about it. Because there are few facilities and most boats need to navigate Wroxham
bridge to travel here, Belaugh remains a lovely peaceful place, even in high summer. A path from the village, leads across the fields towards Coltishall
(about a mile and half) and is a pleasant walk.