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How Hill Ludham, Ludham

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Specialty Museum Museum
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  • You may have seen my review for 'Toad Hole Cottage Museum'! If not take a look at that for more info on the area. How Hill is well worth a look.  more »
  • Called in from when boating on the Broads. The small 'Toad Hall' cottage is interesting. Walked up to the House but it was closed however you can go to the Secret Garden which is fabulous.  more »
  • We visited late one afternoon and first looked round the old cottage in the grounds - fascinating. We then walked along the riverbank and up into the woods. Although we knew they were there it was sti...  more »
  • A tranquil place to get a glimpse of the wild broads. The Broads Authority has a restored reed cutter's cottage you can walk around and also runs electric boat guided tours through the reed beds. In early October 2016 we were able to take the ride with just four of us, asking every possible question you could imagine about the Broads and its wildlife.
  • I fell in love with this place. So peaceful and well looked after.
  • How Hill is a very special place and offers a variety of walks full of nature. At the right times of year you can see rare Swallowtail butterflies in the meadow.
  • Been there three times now. V. Beautiful location with pleasant nature trails (parts of which need wellies if rain has fallen recently :-) ). Electric eel boat can be booked for trips out to the reed beds. Abundant wildlife including butterflies & dragonflies. Reasonable cafe and parking.
  • Little bit of heaven on earth. Beautiful fauna, stunning views, nature at its best. Lovely walks and ideal for pic nics. It will be a special place in my heart forever