Warham is a small traditional village situated just in land from the stunning North Norfolk coast, with beautiful views across to the villages of Stiffkey and Wighton. Set right on several well-known walking routes and just off the Peddars Way, this village is a great place from which to explore North Norfolk.
After a day out exploring you can then stop off at the village pub, The Three Horseshoes, for a refreshing pint or a hearty bite to eat. This characterful pub dates back to 1725 and still has many authentic features such as a traditional serving hatch, pamment-tiled floors and scrubbed wooden tables.
Further evidence of the rich history of this village can be seen in the two large medieval churches and more famously “Warham Camp” which is an ancient Iron Age hill fort built by the Iceni in the 2nd century BC. This beautiful place is teeming with colourful wildflowers and butterflies in the summer, while on a bright winter’s day its still-sharp contours glisten in the frost.
The village also has a tiny request stop – Warham railway station – on the narrow gauge Wells and Walsingham Light Railway; The world’s smallest public railway! Providing access to the village of Walsingham which is famous for its many Shrines and the spectacular ruins of Walsingham Abbey, and the popular seaside town of Wells-Next-the-Sea with is traditional Quay, award-winning beach and plenty of shops and great places to eat.
Some of the more notable restaurants to visit surrounding Warham include the Stiffkey Red Lion, The Carpenters Arms in Wighton, Wells Crab House, Season in Wells and Sands Restaurant.