The Warhams are made up of Warham St Mary to the west, and Warham All Saints to the east. Situated 2 miles from the seaside village of Wells, it is a charming, quiet village with quaint cottages. Cromer museum organises walks around Warham Camp, the remains of one of the best examples of an Iron Age fort in England. The camp is within a valley, to the south of Warham, in a bend on the River Stiffkey. This was very possibly one of the homes of the Iceni tribe.
Accommodation in Warham
The Old School House (W)
A simply beautiful conversion of a Victorian school house enjoying a peaceful village location, wonderful open views across farmland, and a heated outdoor pool available from May to end of September. And all within a very short drive of the coast. Just perfect!
Surrounded by the Holkham estate, Indigo Barn sits on a Chalk Hill on the edge of the Stiffkey Valley, affording you unique, wide-ranging views across the rolling pasture and onwards towards chalk ridges that run parallel to the North Norfolk coastline. The location will hold a special appeal to nature lovers, who can enjoy watching migrating flocks of birds or the hares and deer that wander in the neighbouring fields. Only a short drive away, you will find Wells-next-the-Sea and the Area of Natural Beauty that protects much of the nearby coastline.
Horse Yard Barn
Standing upon the chalk ridge that runs parallel to much of the North Norfolk coast, tucked away up a private road, you’ll find Horse Yard Barn, a truly unique, Norfolk holiday experience. Only 3 miles from the ever-popular seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea and formerly a working farm on the Holkham Estate, Chalk Hill Farm Barns were developed by the estate to create luxury houses that represent the very best of Norfolk, while retaining the authentic character of the original building.