Burnham Market

Just three miles inland from the coast and packed with independent shops and boutiques, Burnham Market is the perfect spot to stock up on necessities and treat yourself. All located around a well kept village green.

Don’t miss

Buying amazing fresh fish from Gurney’s. Fish and Ships, artist Andrew Ruffhead’s coastal studio next to the Burnham Grapevine Gallery. Followed by Fish and Chips from the new chippie ‘The Mermaid’ on the garage forecourt just off the Fakenham road, big thumbs up for their whitebait and homemade tartar sauce. The latest fashion trends at Anna, Lime Green and Ruby & Tallulah. Entertaining the kids with ceramic painting at Mable’s Paint Pot. Afternoon tea in style at The Hoste and perhaps a relaxing spa treatment afterwards. Burnham Market Horse Trials at Sussex Farm. A rummage through shelves of old books in the Brazenhead Bookshop. Treating yourself in Urban Armour from their collection of contemporary silver jewellery. Joules Clothing in their new prime location on The Green. The curious and eclectic side of Bringing The Outside In at FOUND, upstairs in Gurneys.  All the hats in the world, upstairs in Pently House. Birdie Fortescue’s world of contemporary homeware. Sunday Lunch at The Duck Inn at Stanhoe, one of the best roasts on the coast. Exploring the Nelson Museum at The Hoste.


Did you know?

Burnham was home to the Burnham poisoners Catherine Fray and Fanny Billing who were both hanged at Norwich Castle in 1835. Both bought poison from the local chemist to do away with their husbands.

Coasthopper bus stops

You’ll find Coasthopper stops at:

Check out Coasthopper times here


Burnham Thorpe > South

Cool stuff in Burnham Market


The Artmonger

Burnham Grapevine

Anna of Burnham