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Top places to live in Norfolk Wymondham

Wymondham is packed with rich heritage including an Abbey plus a nice selection of shops, eateries and great schools. Part of our Top 200 Places to Live series.

wymondham town sign with tudor building in background


Wymondham (pronounced “WIND-um”) has great road and rail links for those wanting to commute to Norwich or London. Plus it’s home to four Muddy Award winners – best pub, florist, women’s boutique and wine shop – I’ll say no more!


14th-century Muddy Award-winning pub The Green Dragon is top of the list for pub grub, followed by 2019 best pub nominee The Queens Head. Experience dine at Station Bistro, spice things up at Sathudee Thai or head to Pasta Gusto for some delicious mama Italia cuisine. Cakes and pastries in a cutesy country setting? The Egg Shed & Hen House is our Muddy recommend.


There’s a couple more Muddy Award-winners (must be something in the water) – Little Boutique for fashion, accessories and homely objects and Ragged Robin Florists for floral designs. Get your top-notch vino at Reno Wines and high-end home furnishings at Jarrold. Finally, don’t miss the opportunity to pop into community book shop, Ketts Books.


History lovers, check out the free Wymtrails App for a tour of the town; nature lovers, explore the Tiffey Valley and spa lovers, pop to Imagine Spa. Kids will love the dungeons at Wymondham Heritage Museum and the Mid Norfolk Railway with its themed trips The Polar Express and one for the parents – The Cream Tea train.


£261,112. On average, detached properties sell for £309,751, terraced properties £200,834 and semi-detached properties £241,284. Good local estate agents in the area are Warners and Money Properties.



Day and full boarding available at nearby Wymondham College. Or Norwich School, Norwich High School for girls and Town Close are only a 25-minute drive in Norwich.


Wymondham has its own annual music festival – Wymfest. Every June/July, the town comes alive with a wide range of music from evening concerts, daytime recitals and live gigs in the Market Place and workshops.  


It’s a 20-minute drive to Norwich and approximately a 2-hour drive to London. By train, it’s 2 hours 25 mins into Kings Cross via Cambridge or direct from Norwich to Liverpool Street takes 1 hour 45 mins.

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