Binham is a beautiful, peaceful village retaining all the charm and character of a bygone age. There is a well-stocked village shop, an excellent butcher, gift shop and traditional pub – The Chequers Inn dates back to the 17th Century, here you can enjoy delicious food by the cosy fireplace or sit outside during summer, the pub has a relaxed friendly atmosphere and welcomes families and dogs.
The village has the remains of an early 12th century Benedictine priory, where classical concerts are held throughout the summer. This area is perfect for nature lovers and walkers looking to explore the delights of North Norfolk Coastline from a prime location.
Nearby is the picturesque village of Blakeney, where narrow streets slope down to the tidal creek, we would recommend taking one of the many boats trips from here or nearby Morston to see the seals, on a selection of the tours - depending on the tides you are able to get out of the boat to walk along the sand.
Just five miles away the popular harbour town of Wells-next-the-Sea can be found, with its beautiful sandy beach popular with families and the best place to have fish & chips – sitting on the quay wall while taking in the stunning views out to sea.
There really is so much to do for all ages and interests in this area, from beautiful beaches for picnics, swimming or walking, exploring hidden creeks on the saltmarshes, fantastic birdwatching, easy cycling, lake or sea fishing, quaint villages, and shopping in the sophisticated small towns of Holt and Burnham Market.