Georgeham is the village where my wife Pippa and I have lived since 2011. It is just a mile or so inland from the more famous surfing beach and village of Croyde and a similar distance to Putsborough Beach. It is a village with everything a village needs – a shop with a proper Post office, two excellent pubs, a Primary school and active church (St George’s).
Georgeham is most famous for being the place where Henry Williamson wrote Tarka the Otter.
My wife and I run a B&B called The Old Bakery which is above and behind the shop (we are the landlord) and we also have a small two person self-catering cottage in the garden.
It is a very friendly and thriving village and we love living here. It makes a great base for getting out and photographing the local area whether it is the stunning coastline or up on Exmoor or the village itself through all the seasons.