- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 7
- Approximate Pricing: £650 - £1300 per week
Bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin ensuite, 1 with 3 single beds
Wellington Cottage, 10 High Street is a lovely old terraced cottage totally refurbed in 2015/6 with open plan tiled living area and kitchen, wood burning stove. Tasteful decor, blinds and curtains, 3 bathrooms inc. 2 showers, a bath and an ensuite basin and WC. Big electric cooker with double (1 fan) oven, fridge freezer, washing machine and drier - all new. SKY TV, WIFI, beautifully furnished. Lots of cupboards. New gas heating system. House very warm and quiet. Sorry, no dogs. This is our home and not just a holiday let. Our personal things include dry and canned food is in the pantry cupboard and many other bits and pieces and a lovely walled well planted garden, so we ask guests to enjoy our little gem but please look after it and replenish what you use.
Garden is high walled, paved, with raised flora beds, very private and gets a lot of afternoon sun. It has a brick shed with washing machine and drier. There is a brick BBQ with a tall chimney and a gas BBQ and a wood store and tables and chairs and deck chairs. There are 2 bicycles for guest use.
The adjacent Buttlands offers free all day parking and opposite there are half hour parking places that can be used for unloading/loading the car and all night parking between 8pm.and 8am.
Its virtue is its central location to shops, Barclays Bank and the PO, harbour,beach train, bus stops, walks and The Buttlands free parking and the Crown and Globe Hotels for excellent cuisine. No need to use the car once you have arrived. The North Norfolk Coastal path runs through Wells and for those who want to bus back to Wells after a long walk, the Coastal Hopper will return you to Wells near the cottage. The sandy beaches are some of the best in the UK and are lined with pine woodlands and dunes. Fakenham has a racecourse and Holcombe Hall is 2 miles away. Cycling is very popular. You can train from KX to Kings Lynn and catch the bus to Wells stopping near the cottage. The steam train station to Walsingham is a mile away. Bird and seal watching are popular. There are lots of good restaurants in the area and a few good golf courses.
Ask the owner, John Batten a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.