Berney Arms is a remote location, situated approximately four miles from Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, England at the Western end of the tidal expanse of Breydon Water. What's the fascination? Well it has an impressive windmill which can be visited, a pub (The Berney Arms Inn), a RSPB nature reserve, a railway station and it stands on the Weavers' Way, a long distance footpath covering the length of Norfolk. If you just want to get away from it all then its remoteness and natural surroundings could be the answer. There is no road access for at least 2 miles in any direction so getting there involves a walk across the marshes from Great Yarmouth, Freethorpe, Reedham or Halvergate (the closest point). Alternatively one can take the train from Great Yarmouth or Reedham or go by boat, tie up alongside the pub or mill and rest awhile.