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Sleeps 8 adults Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1 Pets 2 Welcome Region Norfolk Town/village Wells next the Sea

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Inviting Holiday Home, near Wells next the Sea (1161NO)

A Scandinavian-style bungalow, The Property has spacious family-sized accommodation but also suits two couples and is set within a large garden in this pretty coastal village. Just a few minutes walk from the quay, shops, restaurants and pubs, it is a great location for a holiday for all ages. The sandy beaches of Wells and Holkham are a short distance away. Bird-watching opportunities are superb with Cley, Salthouse and Stiffkey almost on the doorstep. Shop/Pub: within walking distance

Open-Plan Area with Sitting Room pleasantly furnished with comfortable seating, TV, DVD player, video and woodburner
Kitchen/Dining Room a spacious area with electric cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, table and chairs
Bedroom 1 with a king-size bed
Bedroom 2 with a king-size bed
Bedroom 3 a family room with twin beds and bunk beds
Bathroom with bath, over-bath shower and washbasin
Cloakroom with wc

Garden: Enclosed rear garden with lawn and garden furniture, front garden is open plan.
Parking: Driveway for three cars.
Heating: Night storage heaters.
Also Provided: WiFi, Books and games.
Pets: Two dogs are welcome at the property at a charge of £50 each per week or £25 for a short break but please, not on the furniture or in the bedrooms. Kennel available outside.
Extras: Towels may be hired at £5 per person, per week, payable on booking.
Notes: This is a non-smoking property. Mobile signal - variable.

The quaint flint cottages and narrow streets, sloping to the tidal creek, give Blakeney a timeless quality loved by visitors all year round. The village is set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and it is easy to see why. The salt marshes stretch out to Blakeney Point, famous for its seals and migratory birds and you might like to take a boat trip from the quay to see them. The village has tennis courts, children's playground, shops, pubs, garage, supermarket and eating places.

An exterior view of St Benets.An attractive well-furnished room which has large picture windows, comfortable seating and a woodburner.The modern kitchen is adjacent to the dining area for maximum convenience.A panoramic view of Blakeney quay.A pretty bedroom with a super-king size bed and a dressing table.The dining area includes a wooden dining table & chairs and has patio doors leading out to the garden.The family bedroom has twin beds and bunk beds.A light & airy room with a king-size bed, bedside cabinets & lightingThe kitchen includes a useful dresser for additional storage.A view of the lawned garden.Beautiful sitting room, furnished in neutral colours with lots of light from the large windowsLarge dining table within the open plan living roomTwin beds and bunk beds within this family roomThere is a covered swing in the garden.Entrance hallBeautifully furnished sitting room with attention to detailSmall dressing table area within bedroom 2A view of the rear of St Benets.Modern and light bathroom with bath and over bath shower
  • Accommodation, ground floor
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Heating, Central
  • Open Fire
  • Washing Machine
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Welcome Basket
  • Beach
  • Parking, Private
  • Ground Floor W.C.
  • Ground Floor Bath/Shower room


Check in / Check out

Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.

Pets Welcome

A maximum of 2 pets are welcome at this property. Typically pet charges apply but please contact the office for details.

LocationWells next the Sea

This unspoilt harbour town is a fantastic base for exploring the North Norfolk coastline. There is a long sweeping sandy bay, with colourful beach huts and a variety of independent shops, tea rooms and amusement arcades. Visitors can stroll along the beach to Holkham Bay, another lovely way to travel to and from the town is the Wells Harbour Railway with views across to the harbour and the golf course. The Wells and Walsingham Railway is also a charming steam train route.

Amongst the moored boats in the harbour is the Albatros, one of the oldest sailing ships still afloat. Food and drink is served aboard, there is also live music and themed public events throughout the year. At the top of the main street of shops is the green, with a few nearby inns to choose from. The Whin Hill Ciderworks is the perfect venue to sample the local cider and apple juices.

There are boat trips out to Blakeney Point where the seals are often found basking on the sandbanks. The surrounding marshlands of Holkham Nature Reserve are a haven for migrating birds, larks and geese. From the town there are guided alpaca treks which is a fun and interesting way to explore the coastline.

Holkham Hall is open seasonally to the public and there are marked routes for walkers to explore the estate, which is also home to a large herd of deer. There is boat and canoe hire available from the lake.


Located on the east coast of England, facing Europe across the North Sea, Norfolk is one of the UK's most rural counties, with over forty percent of its population living in just four towns – Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn and Thetford. Adjacent to The Wash, in whose mud the medieval King John famously lost the Crown Jewels in 1216, Norfolk's geography is that of low plains or “fens”, which makes it along with neighbouring Suffolk feel more like northern countries of European mainland (Belgium and Holland) than the rest of England which is predominantly hilly.

In a similar way to that of the “low countries”, erosion and land reclamation have changed the coastline over the centuries, so that several towns (King's Lynn, for instance) which were once on the coast are now to be found several miles inland! The whole set-up makes for some very interesting topography as well as history and Norfolk is, for this reason, an interesting county to visit, almost as if it was a different country altogether!

East of England

This region includes the ceremonial counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Essex, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. With a rich heritage there is much to see and do to suit all ages. The royal residency of Sandringham Estate is a must see and other historical points of interest include Castle Rising, Sutton Hoo and Somerleyton Hall. The medieval cities of Cambridge, Norwich and Ipswich are not to be missed and there are lots of pretty market towns and idyllic seaside resorts to choose from for a day trip. Alternatively for a slower paced holiday you may wish to visit The Broads or Thetford Forest, these areas are particularly popular for boating and spotting birdlife.

Area Norfolk Nearest shop 0.25 miles Nearest pub 0.25 miles


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