An old smugglers spot and quaint little village where little has changed over the last 100 years. Park at the harbour and take a walk down through the marshland onto a perfectly secluded beach, ideal for bird watching, topped off with a couple of great, traditional pubs.
The full glamping experience in Wild Luxury’s safari lodges as included in the Sunday Times “Top 100 holidays in the World for 2014”.Fine dining for your pooch at The Orange Tree, their Doggie Menu includes delicacies include pigs ears, washed down with gravy. Tapas in a Yurt at La Campagna, look out for weekend dates through the summer. Pick your own straight from the orchards at Drove Orchards. Wearable Danish women’s clothing at Nelle alongside ‘Warwick’ their new men’s collection. Kitting out the kids at Bells and Whistles. Fresh vintage finds at Vintage Home and Garden. Mouth watering racks of ribs from The Lifeboat Inn. Spotting barn owls from the bank as you walk from the harbour to the beach. Lunch under canvas in the Drove Orchards Café in a Yurt. Fish and Chips in style at Eric’s Fish and Chips, opening at Drove this Spring. Live Via Satellite Theatre at Thornham Village Hall direct from the Royal Shakespeare Company Stratford- Upon-Avon visit thornhamvillagehall.co.uk/theatre for listings. Shopping and dining under one roof at Thornham Deli.
Perfect beach for
Enjoying a long walk from the harbour along the bank and relaxing in the quiet dunes.
Did you know?
Notorious smuggling gangs offloaded wool, tea, tobacco and liquor from the creeks of Thornham during the 18th and early 19th centuries.
Coasthopper bus stops
You’ll find Coasthopper stops at:
- Drove House, Thornham
- The Post Office, Thornham
- The Orange Tree, Thornham
- Green Lane, Thornham
- Castle Cottages, Thornham
Check out Coasthopper times here