BEECH SYDE (your self catering holiday bungalow for couples or up to four persons)
For a relaxing, enjoyable and peaceful visit to Wells-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk, look no further than a holiday at Beech Syde, our very comfortable, attractively furnished, detached two bedroomed self-catering bungalow, situated towards the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. There is ‘off road’ parking in the drive, and an attractive, south-facing, sheltered, enclosed back garden. There is free fibre Wi-Fi. An ideal base for a coastal holiday.
Choose to take a weekend break (2 or 3 nights), or a mid-week break (3 or 4 nights), or stay the week which ever you prefer. Fridays and Mondays are our Changeover Days. Beds are made up ready for your arrival. Your dog can stay too.
Beech Syde is privately owned and managed.
We are pleased that we continue to take so many bookings from previous guests. It is our holiday home too and we are delighted that it is proving a peaceful and comfy retreat for our guests who love Wells-next-the-Sea and all it has to offer, as much as we do!
Check that your holiday dates are available on our Availability page, look at the price - and if all that is good for you, then send an email to: email@example.com . We will be pleased to answer any questions you have and also to make your booking process as simple as possible.
All the attractions of Wells-next-the-Sea are within easy walking distance:
Beech Syde is located near to St Nicholas Church on the south side of Wells, less than 150 metres from the Bowling Green Inn which serves excellent, good value for money typical Pub Meals.
For special occasion dining, you may choose The Crown Hotel – a 5 minute walk from Beech Syde, serving delicious food by friendly staff. Our bungalow is a 10 minute walk to the Quay, passing along the quaint, attractive High Street, to Staithe Street where there is a wide range of restaurants and shops and The Granary Theatre, to the "Golden Fleece" situated on the Quay. The Wells Crab House in Freeman Street is an excellent seafood restaurant.