This interesting and ancient market town lies on
the beautiful River Ant and is today a centre
for boat building.
Situated close to Hickling Broad – widest of all the broads – it has one of the largest holiday boat hirers in the country.
The village boasts a windmill and was probably used as a stop-over for Roman troops.
The earliest record of the town is in 1044.
The local dates to 15th century while Jacobean Stalham Hall is 17th century.