Warham is a picture-book pretty little inland village lined with brick and flint cottages. It which is less than 3 miles to the glorious North Norfolk coastline at Wells Next The Sea and Holkham and under 5 miles to the Blakeney and Cley and their stunning nature reserves.

A particularly beautiful section of the Norfolk coastal path runs through Warham marshes on to the more well known Stiffkey and Morston marshes.

To the south of the village and overlooking the pretty river Stiffkey are the remains of Warham Camp; one of the best examples of an Iron Age fort in England.

The Three Horseshoes pub in the village is a real treat. Famed for its Norfolk ales and traditional home-made pies and suet puddings it is described by some as ‘the best pub in Norfolk’.

Warham also has a stop for the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway service, so if you don’t fancy driving you can enjoy the nostalgia of steam travel to either historic Walsingham or the hustle and bustle of the beach and shops in the seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea.