Historic Litcham sits contentedly in central
Norfolk surrounded by picturesque countryside.
The local museum has over 1,000 old photographs dating back to 1860 as well as some Roman artefacts and an underground lime kiln.
The Church of All Saints was largely rebuilt in the early 15th century and has a 16th century rood screen containing 22 painted images of saints.
The town is in the beautiful Nar Valley, just a short drive from the spectacular North Norfolk coast.
A good base for further exploration, it is close to a number of great houses including royal Sandringham, Jacobean Blickling Hall (once home of the Boleyn's) and the superb estate surrounding Palladian Holkham Hall.