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A pretty village on the North Norfolk Coast Warham is just inland of Wells-next-the-Sea. There is a great village pub The Three Horseshoes, a haven for people who love pubs with real character. Soak up the atmosphere in the unspoilt bar and dining rooms, or soak up the sunshine in the spacious walled garden. Enjoy simple, unfussy food, made with the best local produce, local ales and fine wines.

The small village also surprisingly has two churches St Mary Magdalene and All Saints. The narrow-gauge Walsingham to Wells light railway passes through the village and has a request stop at Warham railway station.


Warham Camp is south of the village, the interesting horseshoe shaped earthworks from an Iron Age ancient hill fort with an overall diameter of 212m.


From Warham you are close to Blakeney Point National Nature Reserve a beautiful area and ideal for seal watching in the winter. It is England's largest grey seal colony with over 3,000 pups born each year. You can take a seal trip from Morston Quay which takes you on a tour to visit the seals. If you are staying during the winter season book a ticket for the Thursford Christmas Spectacular an amazing and magical Christmas experience.

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