- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
- Approximate Pricing: £500 - £870 per week
- Enjoy England Award: 4 Stars
1 en suite double and 1 ensuite twin (first floor)
Bexwell Cottagewas built and finished to a high standard in 2007. Access, along with the ground floor, has been designed for the convenience of wheelchair users.
There is a single bedroom on the ground floor, with a shower and WC adjacent, in addition to the double and twin bedrooms on the first floor, both with en suite facilities. The sleeping capacity is normally 5, but an additional full sized bed is available in the ground floor bedroom, increasing the house's capacity to 6.
The living accommodation on the ground floor is particularly spacious and versatile, consisting of a large kitchen/dining room, sitting room, south facing garden room and conservatory, with additional dining table and chairs.
The house is equipped fully throughout - with 3 showers and WCs, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, electric oven, gas hob, microwave oven, iron, TVs, DVD player, radios and wood burning stove, among the many facilities. There is underfloor heating on the ground floor, alongside centrally heated radiators on the first floor.
The house is surrounded by pleasant gardens and trees, including a good sized, south facing lawn, useful for relaxation and appropriate outdoor games. Between the house and the lawn is a paved area with table and chairs.
Next to the house, there is a dedicated parking area, with spaces for 2-3 cars. A gentle paved slope leads from the parking space to the front door - again for ease of access. A boat can be accommodated within the parking area or within the grounds..
Bexwell Cottage and its gardens are situated on the eastern side of the town centre. Shops, Post Office, Library, Health Centre and Police Station are all hardly more than a minute away. Pubs and the other facilities of the town, also, are within easy walking distance.
Wells' quay, notable for the interesting array of small fishing and pleasure boats moored alongside, similarly, is a minute or two's walk away. The crabbing opportunities that the quay provides have proved popular with many of Bexwell's visitors. The wide, sandy beaches at Wells and nearby Holkham, fringed with pinewoods, are enjoyed, alike, for their beauty, walks, and traditional family beach fun.
There are easy and near-inexhaustible opportunities, variously, for walking and bird watching on the beaches, marshes, reserves and the coastal and other designated pathways, as well as for cycling on the country tracks and roads of Wells and the surrounding area. Golf, tennis and other sports clubs, in and around the town, welcome visitors and several local proprietors provide trips for fishing and seal watching.
Walsingham, historically and still a centre of pilgrimage, 5 miles away from Wells, and other towns and villages and the large ancient estates, in the vicinity, have churches and other buildings of architectural importance or interest. There is no shortage, in the area, of centres offering the work of local artists and craftspeople.This holiday cottage has its own website: http://www.bexwellcottage.co.uk
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