This bright airy detached bungalow is centrally located in the pretty Norfolk broadland village of Ludham, enjoying views of the St Catherine church spire from the patio and garden.
This lovely Ludham cottage offers spacious family accommodation with flexible sleeping arrangements, a well-equipped fitted kitchen and a separate dining room with French doors leading out to the south-facing, enclosed, child-friendly garden, a wonderful place to sit and relax on a sunny day.
The village of Ludham is surrounded by rivers and rural lanes ideal for sailing, walking and cycling, where you can enjoy views over open fields and watch passing river cruisers and sail boats at Ludham Staithe.
Located on the edge of the village is Hunter's Yard where you can hire a sailing boat and explore Womack Water or visit Ludham's local nature reserve at How Hill.
Just a short drive takes you to the broadland town of Wroxham, with its renowned Roys of Wroxham shops, and good selection of riverside pubs serving food.
Within easy travelling distance from this Ludham cottage is the beautiful Norfolk coast enjoying lovely sandy beaches or lively traditional seaside towns, or spend a day visiting the nearby city of Norwich.
A perfect Ludham cottage for a family break.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with electric fire and sofa bed.
About the location
Great Yarmouth 13.5 miles.
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk Broads is the attractive rural Norfolk village of Ludham. Surrounded on 3 sides by the rivers Ant, Bure and Thurne and its own small broad, Womack Water with its array of moored boats and small shops, it is a lovely, picturesque place to holiday. At the centre of the village is the crossroads, near to the beautiful thatched church of St Catherine’s and several pretty thatched cottages, the local pub, village store, butcher’s and tea rooms. To the north west of the village is How Hill Nature Reserve with nature trails and a museum of a marshman life in Toad Hole Cottage. The village offers a good network of footpaths with plenty of wildlife to see. In summer the beach at Sea Palling is a hub of activity with jet skiiers and the sand dunes of Winterton-on-Sea offer secluded sun traps perfect for relaxing. Spend a day exploring the broads in one of the sailboats and river cruisers which can be hire from Hunters Yard in Ludham. The traditional seaside town of Great Yarmouth is just a short drive away and offers plenty of attractions and family fun. The award-winning attraction Bewilderwood can be found just outside Wroxham, which is a must visit for children and adults, with tree houses, wires, jungle bridges and boat rides. A fantastic family holiday destination at any time of the year.