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
This charming 1930s family-friendly bungalow is in a great location in the pretty village of Warham, just a short drive from the beautiful seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea, where you can delight in fishing for crabs from the Quayside, catch the narrow-guage steam train to the beach, count the multi-coloured beach huts and swim and breathe in the sea air, while the children build sand castles to their hearts content!
The Old School House (W)
A simply beautiful conversion of a Victorian schoolhouse enjoying a peaceful village location, wonderful open views across farmland, and a heated outdoor pool available from May to October. And all within a very short drive of the coast. Just perfect!