Where to eat and stay at Burnham Market fall 2021
The Burnhams are a group of villages in North Norfolk – and with beautiful coast and countryside to explore (on foot, by bike or by boat), history, some of the area’s best restaurants, shops and more , they are the ideal destination for a short stay. .
Located around the Burn River, they include Burnham Overy Town and Burnham Norton which overlook Scolt Head Island and Norton Marshes, Burnham Deepdale which is popular for camping and glamping, Burnham Overy Staithe, Burnham Thorpe, the birthplace of the hero. Sailor Nelson, and, of course, Burnham Market.
Pretty postcard, the traditional Georgian village is full of charm, with its boutiques, galleries and award-winning restaurants.
It’s no wonder it’s a favorite destination for celebrities.
Where to stay
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Perched on The Green at Burnham Market, the Historic Host has long been a favorite country landmark for the A-List.
Offering comfort and luxury, there are 45 individually organized rooms, which have been designed to help guests go into relaxation mode.
The building itself is full of character – pick your reading nook and relax for a few hours.
In addition to a pub (the bar is 400 years old) and a restaurant, where the menu is full of local flavors, there is a cinema with a daily changing film program, a beauty spa where you can book for one or two treatments and a fitness room.
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Where to eat in the Burnhams
Socius, Burnham Market
In Foundry Place, just off North Street, at Socius, local produce is transformed into a modern British version of tapas where sharing is encouraged.
The restaurant is featured in the Michelin Guide, has two AA Rosettes and was named Restaurant of the Year at the 2019 Eat Norfolk Food and Drink Awards.
Oddly enough, the menu tells you what ingredients are on their small plates, but not how they’re prepared, so there’s an element of fun surprise.
And the open-plan restaurant and kitchen, where you can watch the team at work, creates a relaxed vibe.
The hero, Burnham Overy Staithe
North Norfolk is walking territory – and if you want to take your canine companion on your trip, then they are more than welcome at The Hero at Burnham Overy Staithe.
The menu is full of hearty dishes to replenish your energy stores after an invigorating walk on the beach – there are cookies for the dogs, too – and there is a wood-burning stove for warming up.
You can even stay there – all of their rooms are also dog-friendly.
No Twenty9, Burnham Market
Everything from Wells crab sandwiches to duck confit is on the menu at one of North Norfolk’s most elegant dining destinations, No Twenty9 at Burnham Market.
The decor is a cool and eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional.
They also have six bedrooms that are the ultimate in luxury, with wrought iron beds, Noble Isle toiletries, fluffy towels, and even underfloor heating – it’s no wonder the Sunday Times ranked it among its 80 best places to stay in Britain.
But back to the food. Sister company No Thirty3 next door is your destination for fresh bread, cakes, savory and pastries for breakfast to start the day right.
Shopping in the Burnhams
You can easily spend a morning or afternoon – and exercise with your credit card – exploring the shops and galleries of Burnham Market.
If you love your labels, check out the latest from brands like Bella Freud, Rixo and Anya Hindmarch at Anna and Barbour, Gant and Ralph Lauren at Gun Hill.
If your abode is an elegant sanctuary, then head to Norfolk Living for the finishing touches that turn a home into a home. Or add a bold splash of color with a new throw or rug from Bombay Sprout.
Bookworms will be in their element as they browse the shelves and add to their piles of reading material at Brazen Head Books and White House Books.
Discover your new favorite artist at Fairfax Gallery and Pocock the Artmonger.
And don’t forget a gift for your furry friend. Eric and Dolly’s dog shop has everything the stylish pooch could possibly need.
Things to do near Burnham Market
On the coast there is a wonderful one kilometer long promenade between Burnham Overy Staithe and the beach. From the port, the river winds through salt marshes and sand dunes to the sea – and it’s worth the trip to enjoy the reward of this secluded part of the coast.
During the summer months you can take the ferry from Burnham Overt Staithe to Scolt Head Island. This wilderness is a truly special place to visit and is home to rare wildlife.
Norfolk has the most well-preserved round-tower churches in the country, most notably at Burnham Deepdale, where there is also a market with a cafe and pop-up shops. The campsite often hosts special events such as the Deepdale Festival, which takes place this year from September 23-26.
From here you can also join the Norfolk Coastal Path – we love the walk to Holkham. And if you’re an astronomer, the region’s dark skies make it the perfect destination for amateur astronomers.
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Head to Holkham Hall for majestic splendor. Explore the elegant 18th-century Palladian-style house, seat of the Earls of Leicester.
A must for art lovers, the room’s enviable collection includes paintings by Rubens, Van Dyck, Claude, Gaspar Poussin and Gainsborough.
Take a deep breath and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the area. Holkham National Nature Reserve is home to many rare species of flora and fauna.
No day is complete without a huge, delicious slice of cake, and you are spoiled for choice at the Courtyard Cafe.
And, of course, there is not only one of the best beaches in Norfolk but also the country to explore – and, if you’re there at low tide, you can have your own Gwyneth Paltrow moment. The actress walked through the beautiful sands during the closing scenes of Shakespeare in Love.
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Make sure to pack your binoculars, because in this part of the world you have one of the best birding sights in the country right at your fingertips.
Titchwell RSPB Marsh, with its diversity of habitats including reed beds, salt marshes and freshwater lagoons, is home to avocets, great tit and marsh harriers.
A longer trip, but worth the trip, is RSPB Snettisham, famous for the spectacular swirling wading bird.
During the biggest high tides from late summer, marvel at the thousands of wading birds taking flight as the rising tide pushes them off the mudflats.
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Oh, we love being by the sea. And while it might be a little over 20 minutes – maybe over half an hour – nothing beats a trip to the traditional bucket and spade resort. from Hunstanton for fries on the green and a game of entertainment.