An historic town on the Southern Broads.
Loddon is a pretty market town on the River Chet which lies within the Broads National Park, Britain’s largest protected wetland. Take a stroll past some of the town’s historic buildings, protected as a Conservation Area. With its elaborate flint flush-work and fine tower, the beautiful 15th century Holy Trinity Church dominates the town centre as it has for the past 500 years.
Loddon has a lively town centre, with speciality shops, eateries and pubs. Also home to Loddon Mill Arts the venue for the very best in Classical, Jazz and Comedy.
In the Summer Loddon becomes a hive of activity packed with boating holiday makers keen to experience the unspoilt southern Norfolk Broads. Why not explore the Southern Broads by boat from one of the many boat yards or try your hand at fishing. Of course with quiet roads and beautiful scenery, Loddon is the perfect place to explore by bike or on foot.
In Saxon times Loddon encompassed five manors, areas of land owned by Lords, including Sir James Hobard, Attorney General to King Henry VII.