Marshview in Wells-next-the-Sea
Positioned just off the Quayside at Wells-next-the-Sea, close to restaurants and shops, and bus stop within 30 meters. This newly refurbished 3 storey cottage has sitting room, downstairs toilet and a lovely equipped kitchen/diner, with bi-fold doors to access the outside brick weaved area. This has B-B-Q and tables and seating for relaxing and for enjoying the open playing fields, with views of the Pinewoods and sea. The first floor has a double room with ensuite shower, a bathroom with bath and shower, a kingsize room with sea views. The top floor has a super kingsize bed which can be used as 2 singles.
1 double, 1 Kingsize, 1 Super kingsize/ 2 single
The terraced back yard is brick weaved and has a sand stone area. It has seating and tables and a B-B-Q, for outside entertaining and for a quiet coffee in the morning. There is a lovely playing area beyond the back garden wall, with open views to the Pinewoods and the beach. The garden can be accessed via the side passageway also. There is no allocated parking, but there is free parking outside the cottage on the road. Also a large pay and display carpark within 30 meters.
Wells-next-the-Sea is set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The sweeping sandy beach is bordered by woodland and forms part of the Holkham Estate. Holkham and Wells-next-the-Sea are perfect locations for a north Norfolk holiday. With breath-taking, award winning beaches, lots of places to eat, scenic walks, nature reserves to explore and a huge range of accommodation, these two coastal destinations are ideal for everyone. It’s also home to Wells picturesque Quay filled with fish and chip shops, ice cream shops, cafes and pubs. It is a family friendly town with individual shops and eating establishments. Take a walk through shady pinewoods to the sandy beach, and you'll be greeted with a row of colourful beach stilted huts and seals basking on the sand banks. Set in north Norfolk’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Wells is part of the largest coastal nature reserve in England and Wales, and is a magnet for bird-watchers. Its marshes provide the perfect habitat for wading birds, bitterns, avocets, marsh harriers and winter geese. Sir David Attenborough has named NWT Cley as one of his top 10 places to visit. Wells has a good selection of award winning restaurants and cafes to help you enjoy this safe haven.
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Warham (2 miles away)
Wighton (2 miles away)
Stiffkey (3 miles away)
Great Walsingham (4 miles away)
£144 - £269 per day
£575 - £1075 per week