Wells-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk
Wells-next-the-Sea is a popular seaside town set behind a small quay on the beautiful North Norfolk coast. The large unspoilt sandy beach is a 20 minute walk or catch the narrow gauge steam railway. Brightly coloured beach huts line part of the beach which is backed by pine woods. The beach has a car park, tea rooms and good swimming. Wells-next-the-Sea has a maze of narrow streets, many shops, pubs, restaurants (including the renowned ‘Crown’) and amusements, and 'The Buttlands' is a centrally located green area surrounded by fine Georgian houses. The quay area is busy with an active fishing fleet, sailing club and children competing to see who can catch the most crabs!
It is an ideal location for a holiday at any time of the year. The area is famed for bird watching and has many excellent walks. Wells-next-the-Sea is a designated Nature Reserve.
How to find Beech Syde
When entering Wells-next-the-Sea (travelling west), on the A149 (Cromer to Hunstanton Rd.), take the left turn approx. 300yds past St Nicholas Church into Market Lane. Alternatively, if approaching from Fakenham along the B1105, as you enter Wells take the first right turn (funeral directors on the corner) into Burnt Street. Travel past the fire station and take the second right turn into Market Lane. Waveney Close is the first turning on the left .
To reach 'Beech Syde' proceed along Waveney Close and take the right hand fork. The bungalow is the fourth property on the right.
We had a lovely stay at the house and managed to do everything we wanted to!!
I’m happy for you to shred the cheque to save you posting it to me.I’m sure we will be over that way again as we really enjoyed it, so I will keep your details for future use or for any friends that may be coming over that way.Thanks for making our stay very welcoming. S H…April 2012
We have had the best week’s holiday we have had in years. The thing that made it so good, apart from Beech Syde being so comfy, was that we could walk out each day and not have to use the car. We do hope to return to Beech Syde again. A & M B…June 2011
Another enjoyable half term. Lovely walks and very comfortable. A & A…October 2010