Situated just 10 miles south east of Norwich, the small market town of Loddon is not only a charming place to visit, but a busy community. Loddon is surrounded by popular schools for all ages, hosting a library and a number of local businesses.
Running through Loddon and neighbouring town Chedgrave, the River Chet brings a number of holiday makers to the town on boating holidays. Once voted the Eastern Village of the Year, Loddon is based around a stunning 15th Century Holy Trinity Church and is served by transport links to Norwich, Beccles, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.
Loddon is one of South Norfolk's finest towns, it's lively history is reflected in its Georgian and Victorian architecture, reminders of a commercial age driven by the graceful wherries which once brought trade to Loddon.
Loddon now has a selection of speciality shops and waterside picnic area as well as pubs and places to eat. Nearby is the Wherryman's Way, a 35-mile recreational route following the course of the River Yare between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. The route takes its name from the wherry - a large cargo-carrying barge whose elegant black sails were a once common sight on these waters. You can walk the whole route or explore parts of it by cycle, train and river bus.
Alternatively you can explore one of the ten circular village walks, looking out for the unique waymarkers along the route, which include figures, sculpture, information panels and audio points.
Watsons town centre office in Loddon provides a wide range of properties from country cottage to modern homes and local town houses. The Loddon office has been assisting the local community with their property needs for some 20 years and is situated in the centre of the market place.