Stay in comfort, whilst exploring the beautiful coast.
Wells is an interesting place to visit, with a myriad of experiences. It has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and once you've visited you'll understand why. The Quayside, is always buzzing. Boats aplenty, a busy harbour, and views of the marshes. Children are often gathered here crabbing alongside the boats moorings.
If you fancy something a little different to eat, then 'The Albatross' is well worth a look. It is a boat moored Quayside which serves freshly prepared Old Dutch Pancakes, which you can eat onboard, it also has live music on Friday and Saturday evenings. Or, if you fancy an upmarket pub setting, The Crown Hotel is perfect. It's a fantastic place for lunch, and I'd recommend booking. Dogs are welcome, and the food is Fab!
At the far end of the Quay near the landmark Granary building is 'The Natural Soap' factory shop. They make all of their soaps in Wells, and I always have their soaps in 9 Melinda Cottage when we have guests.
Down one of the side streets, you'll find lots of lovely shops. One of my favourites is BTOI (Bring The Outside In); they always have
lots of quirky bits and pieces.
The beach in Wells stretches miles and miles, in fact all the way to Holkham! This is a really lovely circular walk to do. I like to start along the beach, taking in the vast expanse of sand, the beach huts with the huge pine trees behind, and then an amble back through the pinewood forest. If you're lucky you might even see a seal or two asleep on the sandbanks. The beach huts between Wells and Holkham are unusual as they are lifted up on stilts; and they are often featured in paintings by local artists.