Attractions

Holkham Hall is located close to Wells, A majestic 18th century style stately home of the Earls of Leicester.  There are many lovely walks within the grounds of Holkham Hall which is home to many deers.

 

Wells has lots of fine restaurants, The Golden Fleece is situated on the sea front looking out to the harbour.  There is also a great Deli on the sea front.

 

The Buttlands also has the Crown and the Globe public houses both have great varied menus, The Crab house is situated on Freeman Street is great if you like seafood.

 

And it goes without saying, there are a few great fish & Chip shops too.  All of these restaurants are within walking distance of the quay side.

 

Wells can be reached by hopping on the small beach train which runs from the town to the Beach and back again.

 

Wells-Next-The-Sea is an area of outstanding beauty and boasts some of the most beautiful clean beaches in the UK.This is an excellent  location for an active holiday or a quiet weekend away.Wells is a small coastal town on the North Norfolk coastline.There is a maze of narrow streets with many shops and cafe’s, and the Buttlands which is a centrally located Green which is surrounded by lovely Geogian properties.The small town offers a vast stretch of soft yellow sand with a wonderful backdrop of colored beach huts and pinewoods.Wells offers an ideal base for walkers close to the coastal  path and close to the national cycle route. Birdwatches are well catered for in this area.

 

The busy fishing quay in Wells is a popular attraction children can fish or crabs on the quayside. There are daily trips on local boats which take you to see the  seals at Blakeney point.The Albertros boat offer

bar and serves food including Dutch pancakes.