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Food scene
Great pub serving delicious food and local ales. Run by Andy (chef) and wife Izzy. Friendly staff.
The Carpenters Arms
57 High St
Great pub serving delicious food and local ales. Run by Andy (chef) and wife Izzy. Friendly staff.
Nearby pub on East Rudham green. Good food
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The Crown Inn
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Nearby pub on East Rudham green. Good food
Excellent food - sharing plates
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Socius
11 Foundry Place
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Excellent food - sharing plates
Quick bite
Wells Deli
15 The Quay
Quick bite
Fantastic farm shop sells local produce including the best fillet steak, homemade pies and local honey. A must visit!
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Walsingham Farms Shop
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Fantastic farm shop sells local produce including the best fillet steak, homemade pies and local honey. A must visit!
In next village, local pub with delicious pies, wonderful large garden with outside bar
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Three Horseshoes Warham
69 The St
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In next village, local pub with delicious pies, wonderful large garden with outside bar
Great seafood restaurant in Wells-next-the-sea
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Wells Crab House Seafood Restaurant
38-40 Freeman St
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Great seafood restaurant in Wells-next-the-sea
offers breakfast in historic village of Little Walsingham
Victorious Bistro
2 Wells Road
offers breakfast in historic village of Little Walsingham
Neighbourhoods
2 miles from Wighton, beautiful sandy beach with colourful beach huts
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Wells-next-the-Sea
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2 miles from Wighton, beautiful sandy beach with colourful beach huts
next village from Wells to visit - Holkham Hall, Holkham beach, childrens' outdoor climbing frame, bicycle hire, Victoria Inn and beach cafe for food.
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Holkham
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next village from Wells to visit - Holkham Hall, Holkham beach, childrens' outdoor climbing frame, bicycle hire, Victoria Inn and beach cafe for food.
Stately home with beautiful gardens. Art exhibitions
Houghton
Stately home with beautiful gardens. Art exhibitions
Historic medieval village - visit shrine
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Little Walsingham
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Historic medieval village - visit shrine
Wighton is a quiet village with easy access to the coast, the nearest resort being Wells-next-the Sea, just two miles away, with its bustling Quay, beautiful beach and independent shops and cafes. Wighton has the feel of a proper village in a land of hamlets along secret lanes, and is surrounded by open farmland. Peaceful and pretty, the village is predominantly made up of brick and flint cottages and located midway between Little Walsingham and the popular coastal resort of Wells-next-the-Sea. The village pub, The Carpenters Arms, is a popular destination for both locals and visitors and serves great locally sourced food, some of the best pizzas around, and a selection of real ales ‘on tap'. Wighton church is something of a landmark, sitting on a high rise, and can be seen for miles around. It is also only a short drive inland to the Walsinghams. Little Walsingham, a medieval wonder that is well worth a visit, has a renowned farm shop, pubs, restaurants and cafes. The garden and grounds surrounding Walsingham Abbey are famous for the spectacular ruins of the mediaeval Priory and place of pilgrimage, together with an unrivalled display of massed snowdrops in February. Walsingham has a long history of religious pilgrimage, dating back to the 11th century. Its nearby sister village of Great Walsingham is an ancient and peaceful North Norfolk village, with an award-winning pie maker and cafe, gallery, craft centre and gift shop.
Wighton
Wighton is a quiet village with easy access to the coast, the nearest resort being Wells-next-the Sea, just two miles away, with its bustling Quay, beautiful beach and independent shops and cafes. Wighton has the feel of a proper village in a land of hamlets along secret lanes, and is surrounded by open farmland. Peaceful and pretty, the village is predominantly made up of brick and flint cottages and located midway between Little Walsingham and the popular coastal resort of Wells-next-the-Sea. The village pub, The Carpenters Arms, is a popular destination for both locals and visitors and serves great locally sourced food, some of the best pizzas around, and a selection of real ales ‘on tap'. Wighton church is something of a landmark, sitting on a high rise, and can be seen for miles around. It is also only a short drive inland to the Walsinghams. Little Walsingham, a medieval wonder that is well worth a visit, has a renowned farm shop, pubs, restaurants and cafes. The garden and grounds surrounding Walsingham Abbey are famous for the spectacular ruins of the mediaeval Priory and place of pilgrimage, together with an unrivalled display of massed snowdrops in February. Walsingham has a long history of religious pilgrimage, dating back to the 11th century. Its nearby sister village of Great Walsingham is an ancient and peaceful North Norfolk village, with an award-winning pie maker and cafe, gallery, craft centre and gift shop.