About Reepham

Visit Reepham and discover what this small but attractive Norfolk market town has to offer.

Nestled in rolling countryside between the Bure and Wensum valleys, Reepham is located within easy access of the fine city of Norwich, the famous Norfolk Broads and the fabulous North Norfolk coast, making it an ideal touring base.

The town centre houses a quaint local pub renowned for its fireplace in winter and live courtyard jazz in summer, as well as antique shops, a clothing boutique, an art gallery, shops to browse, a range of places to eat and drink, and accommodation to suit all budgets.

Reepham is unique in that its churchyard once had three churches (one of only two such sites in Europe), but one burnt down in 1543 with only a fragment now remaining.

Lovely Georgian houses, many with a Flemish influence, surround the historic Market Place – a designated conservation area and the heart of the town, hosting a weekly market on Wednesdays as well as a number of community events throughout the year.

Dominating the market square is the refurbished Dial House, which has been transformed into a desirable destination for a night away, a relaxed meal or afternoon tea in the restaurant, and an upmarket residential development.