- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 7
- Approximate Pricing: £500 - £870 per week
3 double bedrooms
Porthole was built in 1648 & has been carefully renovated over many years retaining lots of lovely Character wooden beams & an Ingle nook fire place: this cottage stands the test of time into the twenty first century.
The thickness of the walls hold the warmth in winter & is delightfully cool in summer.
Porthole Cottage is a 2/3 minute walk from Wells Famed Quay & main Street
Let from Saturday to Saturday & Open All Year
Porthole is a free from pets & smoking, spread over 3 floors, very traditional , light & modern with your comfort in mind.
A perfect place for Xmas & New Year.
1st Floor Glass entrance leads into superb pine beam lounge / diner, with an attractive Ingle nook fireplace.
Free WiFi - Flat screen FreeSat Tv, Dvd, reading lamp, books & board & card games. Comfy seating.
Kitchen: South facing with extra dining area: Gas cooker; Combi Microwave - Fridge & much more.
Cloak room WC
2nd Floor: 2 double bedrooms, plenty of storage, including plenty of suitcase storage.
Bathroom: Bath/shower, wash basin, WC.
3rd Floor: Attic room with 3 adult singles
Amazing views to the sea & life boat house..
South facing enclosed garden area ideal for your children to play safely & for relaxing & dining outside. North facing cottage style garden.
Private off road Parking in front of property. For extra parking please ring to arrange. We own a private off road parking area for several cars..
Wells is one of the best holiday locations on the East coast, it boasts of a wonderful beach, that has been used many times in films and also hold the 2015 Blue Flag award.
Central to Cley, Holkam & Titchwell nature reserves, its an ideal base for birdwatchers.
The Quay has stunning views, fishing boats bringing home their daily catch on the high tide, boats bob along the floating pontoon moorings. The Albatros a Dutch sailing boat, sells pancakes & provides live music ie shanty type. The Golden Fleece re-emerged from the floods as an upmarket pub & eatery that welcomes everyone.
And our lovely narrow main street that has shops selling everything from food, wine, clothing, shoes, books hardware, tvs etc the list is long but the Street is a joy to stroll down.
You will always find a welcome in Brig Square the home of Porthole Cottage.
Steeped in Maritime History with ancient oak beams and views out to sea.
Ask the owner, Ray Hewitt a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.