The north Norfolk village of Binham is located 28 miles north west of the city of Norwich, and 5 miles south east of Wells-next-the-Sea. It is famous for its Benedictine Priory, St Mary's Priory, which was founded in the late 11th century. The priory is now under the care of English Heritage.
Accommodation in Binham
Tethys Cottage, 16 Abbey Mews
Set in the grounds of a Grade II listed building, this comfortable property forms part of a converted stable block. The communal gardens are extensive and beautifully cared for. You also have the use of a tennis court. The coast is a just a ten minute drive away.
A charming converted barn in a quiet and select complex in the pretty village of Binham. You have the shared use of a large cottage garden and there is also a hard tennis court available to use.
The Old Forge
This Grade II listed characterful property has been converted into a stylish single-storey dwelling. Among its most attractive features are a large dining kitchen with a modern wood burning stove, a lovely sitting room with open fire and french doors leading into the garden.