Daisy’s Cottage is a traditional cottage that has been completely renovated to provide comfortable accommodation with modern styling. The kitchen is bright and airy and the sitting room cosy, with a wood burning stove to keep you extra warm on chilly nights.
This is a lovely property with lots of thoughtful extras to ensure your stay is enjoyable. It has a charming enclosed courtyard garden, which is accessed from the kitchen.
Children love Wells for its many amusements, crabbing from the Quay, its boating lake and beach hut lined sands - a day at the beach can be easily filled and it is often a favourite spot for families.
The Wells to Holkham walk, either via the beach or pine woods, takes you through a North Norfolk Area of Natural Beauty and is a great thing to do at any time of year. You can stop at The Victoria at Holkham for a drink and snack before either walking, or catching the Coasthopper bus service back to Wells.
One well behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).
This is a spacious room with a dining table and four chairs and a modern fitted kitchen. There is an integrated gas hob, eye level built in microwave with separate grill and oven below, large integrated fridge and integrated freezer beside it, dishwasher and washing machine.
A charming room with a cosy wood burning stove, books, flat screen television with Freeview and DVD player.
Please note the stairs are quite steep and the tread is narrower than a standard staircase
A modern room with a wrought iron double bed.
With two single beds (these are 2ft 6in beds, standard single beds are 3ft).
With a bath with mains pressure shower over, wash basin and WC.
To the rear of the cottage is a charming fully enclosed courtyard garden with a table and chairs for four people, barbecue and wooden bench.
There is on-street parking available on the road adjacent to the cottage and also in two public parking areas on the opposite side of the road. All the parking near to the cottage is unrestricted and free of charge.
Wells-next-the-Sea is one of North Norfolk’s popular coastal destinations, offering visitors a wide variety of ways to while away the hours either exploring the vast beach or the town. Formerly a major port for the export of grain, its harbour is now used by smaller craft offering fishing cruises and boat tours. The Albatross, found on the Quay, is a former Dutch cargo ship built in 1899 as a North Sea clipper. One of the oldest sailing ships still afloat, instead of sailing the high seas, she is now permanently moored alongside the Quay and used as a bar, restaurant, music venue and B&B.
The Maltings, which re-opened in 2018, is a major new cultural hub providing the town with arts and entertainment (art and craft exhibitions and films, including NT Live ballet, opera, theatre). So much to see and do, and that's before you have even got to the beach.
The town offers a wide selection of places to eat, whether it's just a snack or something more substantial. Worth a mention are The Crown and The Globe, both of which are on ‘The Buttlands’ and excellent gastro pubs. For a taste of locally caught seafood, the Wells Crab House Cafe or French's fish and chips are hard to beat.
From the picturesque harbour you can either walk (around twenty minutes) or take the narrow-gauge railway or car to the town's most spectacular beach, renowned for its colourful beach huts and sands stretching as far as the eye can see. This beautiful coastline is a top destination for walkers, bird watchers and seal trip excursions, not forgetting catching crabs, the local favourite activity.
With the spectacular country estates of Holkham, Sandringham and Blickling just a short drive away, Wells provides year round enjoyment for all ages.
- Towels included
- Central heating
- Open fire
- Washing machine
Activities & Attractions
- Bird watching
Seasonal weekly tariff overview
|#||Min stay||Start date||End date||Price|
|2 nights||03 Jan 2020||26 Mar 2020||£453|
|2 nights||27 Mar 2020||16 Apr 2020||£661|
|2 nights||17 Apr 2020||21 May 2020||£572|
|2 nights||22 May 2020||28 May 2020||£795|
|2 nights||29 May 2020||25 Jun 2020||£572|
|2 nights||26 Jun 2020||09 Jul 2020||£795|
|2 nights||10 Jul 2020||03 Sep 2020||£880|
|2 nights||04 Sep 2020||10 Sep 2020||£795|
|2 nights||11 Sep 2020||24 Sep 2020||£661|
|2 nights||25 Sep 2020||15 Oct 2020||£572|
|2 nights||16 Oct 2020||29 Oct 2020||£661|
|2 nights||30 Oct 2020||17 Dec 2020||£453|
|2 nights||18 Dec 2020||07 Jan 2021||£880|
|2 nights||08 Jan 2021||25 Mar 2021||£453|
|2 nights||26 Mar 2021||15 Apr 2021||£661|
|2 nights||16 Apr 2021||27 May 2021||£572|
|2 nights||28 May 2021||03 Jun 2021||£795|
|2 nights||04 Jun 2021||24 Jun 2021||£572|
|2 nights||25 Jun 2021||08 Jul 2021||£795|
|2 nights||09 Jul 2021||02 Sep 2021||£880|
|2 nights||03 Sep 2021||09 Sep 2021||£795|
|2 nights||10 Sep 2021||23 Sep 2021||£661|
|2 nights||24 Sep 2021||14 Oct 2021||£572|
|2 nights||15 Oct 2021||28 Oct 2021||£661|
|2 nights||29 Oct 2021||16 Dec 2021||£453|
|2 nights||17 Dec 2021||06 Jan 2022||£880|