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Wells-next-the-Sea Cottage front garden

. Resources

  • Local Weather (BBC)
  • Doctors Surgery - Wells Health Centre, Station Road Tel: 01328 710741
  • Taxi Services - Coastal Cabs [T] 01328 711114 [M] 07919 020917

. Where to Eat

  • The Crown Hotel
    The Crown Hotel is a 16th century coaching inn set in a quiet Georgian square. The restaurant features traditional favourites, modern British cuisine, and dishes influenced by the cooking of the Pacific Rim.
    Tel: 01328 710209
    Web: www.thecrownhotelwells.co.uk

  • French's Fish Shop Ltd
    Fish & chip shop selling cod, plaice, haddock etc and sausages, pies, mushy peas and curry sauce.
    Tel: 01328 710396
    Web: www.frenchs.co.uk

  • Mermaid's Purse
    Coffee shop and snack bar serving fresh filled rolls, cream teas, cakes, ice cream, drinks and savoury snacks. Eat in or take away.
    Tel: 01328 711744
    Web: www.mermaidspurse.com

  • The Wells Deli
    Freshly prepared sandwiches served throughout the day.
    Tel: 01328 711171
    Web: www.wellsdeli.co.uk

. Wells-next-the-Sea Information

Wells is a delightful town on the Norfolk coast with its wide-open skies and exhilarating air.

It is wonderful for bird watching and sailing. Children love to catch crabs from the quay and there is a lovely sandy beach. 
Wells was once a very major harbour and is still an active but small port. It is a town with many narrow alleyways Georgian houses and old granaries.
There is a Harbour narrow gauge railway from the Quay to the beach and the Wells - Walsingham light Railway starts just outside town.

It is an ideal base to explore Norfolk, as there are numerous interesting places to visit for the young and the not so young.

Blakeney Point Bird Sanctuary and the seals, National Trust properties, Holkham pine forest and beach, to name but a few.

Quietly situated off the main road opposite the church near to the shop with parking close by. Enter through the wrought iron gate, a private path leads to the cottage.