Norfolk Holiday Accommodation,
with bed & breakfast option
Ludham Hall is situated on the outskirts of the pretty Broadland village of Ludham, in Norfolk.
Originally the Bishop’s Palace, it has many features dating back to the Seventeenth Century, and earlier, including a chapel built onto the north end of the house by Bishop Harsnett in 1627.
Ludham Hall Cottage adjoins the Hall with stunning views over grazing marshes, towards the historic site of St Benets Abbey and the billowing sails of river boats as they make their way along the River Ant.
Ludham Hall Cottage is 4 star Gold Award English Tourist Board accredited accommodation for 4 people on the outskirts of the pretty Broadland village of Ludham.
The cottage is south facing, with beautiful far reaching views across horse paddocks and grazing marshes, towards the River Ant and the ruins of St. Benet’s Abbey. The Abbey was the only monastery to escape dissolution by Henry VIII.
Ludham is ideally situated for visiting the Norfolk Broads and nearby sandy beaches – and a range of popular tourist attractions, including Bewilderwood, How Hill, East Ruston Gardens, Hunter’s Yard, Horsey Seals, Hoveton Hall Gardens, Wroxham Barns, RAF Neatishead Radar Museum and National Trust properties (Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall).
- We are open all year
- Short breaks/weekend breaks available
- Located on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Ludham, ideally situated for a peaceful holiday in the Norfolk countryside
- Convenient for exploring the Norfolk Broads, the historic cathedral city of Norwich and the sandy beaches of North East Norfolk
- Miles of riverbank and farmland walks
- Cycles, canoes, rowing and sailing boats can be hired nearby
- Day fishing permits available locally
- Many local attractions including nature reserves, stately homes, boat trips and several wildlife and adventure parks for family entertainment.