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All reviews free mooring a small car park the river short walk nice walk worth a visit an interesting place wooden cross local history lovely ruin open skies information boards surrounding area guided tour tranquil place boating holiday ludham bridge
We arrived here by boat during our stay.
An absolute must when travelling in this area. When we went up close to the Abbey, it was not what I was expecting. An amazing structure that you have to see to believe.
Only a 30 minute...More
Well worth a visit whilst cruising the broads. Every time we go boating it is a stop. Good mooring and a pleasant leg stretch. A chance to let the kids see history. There are guided tours available but there are plagues explaining the history. A...More
Despite most info stating that this was not accessible except by boat - there is a car park for 10 cars and the pathways are all wheelchair friendly. Definitely worth a visit for the remains, which are far more impressive than you expect from the...More
the abbey still holds many parts that reveal it's past and how the monks used to live.it is a bit out of the way right on the broads.it has quite an interesting past,and it is easy to make this a part of a rambling trip.i...More
We were boating on the Broads and stopped here to make breakfast, a full english. Before eating we had a walk around the ruins nothing strenuous and very interesting. The access is by a rough path so those with severe walking issues need to take...More
Very photogenic in the golden hour....peaceful, intriguing, lovely countryside. Room for the dog to run whilst I took some interesting photos inside and outside the walls....go to the Cross and listen to the history at the bench....drink in the atmosphere!
Best to get to St Benet's by boat, you can see the abbey ruins for miles either side along the river. If you manage to moor up you really should explore on foot.
The gatehouse (with it's windmill tower) is easiest to see but a...More