Spanning the River Ant, Ludham Bridge is located centrally on the popular northern rivers. On either side, the A 1062 road stretches out like a causeway across the fens. Next to the bridge is the family run Ludham Bridge Services and Boatyard. Working farms lay just beyond the cluster of traditional buildings and yards. It could be said that this area resembles the rural appearance of nearby Hoveton and Wroxham waterside of a hundred years ago.
Paths link two famous Broads landmarks. How Hill lies only 2 miles upstream. Crowned by a large Edwardian country house, lush gardens sweep down to the river and marshes. A short distance down river are the curious remains of the Abbey of St Benet's at Holme, sitting in beautiful isolation.
Beside the road is the well known black and white building of Bridge Stores and the Wayfarers Cafe. A general provisions and gift shop for holiday makers. The cafe serves hot and cold food. Further along is the artist Linda H Matthew's Broad Skies Gallery, with individual Norfolk made gifts and art. Next door is AJB Fishing Tackle stocks a broad range of gear and bait. Advice is freely available.
Tucked away, behind the Stores is Chandlers' Yard and a range of recently improved cabins. The Trading Post and Norfolk Dinghy Centre has a
Individual cabins may not be open everyday of the week.