Apartment One, Wells-next-the-Sea
Welcome to our stylish, ground floor apartment in the heart of Wells-next-the-Sea in North Norfolk.
Stylish, spacious, holiday accommodation, perfect for two at any time of the year.
Apartment One, sleeping two, has been converted from an 18th century Grade II listed former coaching inn. The apartment is a stone’s throw from the Quay, with bustling Staithe Street and the new Maltings Heritage Centre on the doorstep, making it the perfect location for a stay in Wells.
- Sleeps 2
- Ground floor accommodation in a period building with rear entrance
- Visit England 4 star Gold Award winner
- Double bedroom with king size bed and fitted wardrobe
- Central location, moments from the Quay and Staithe Street
- One allocated parking space
- Patio garden with garden furniture
- All linen provided, save beach towels
- Wi-fi and Ruark sound system
- No smoking or pets
From Staithe Street, entrance door to shared entrance hall with original staircase. You will find the front door to Apartment One on the right.
Entrance door to lobby; door to spacious open plan living/dining area with oak flooring throughout. Sofa and armchair, dining table with seating.
Flat screen Sony TV, CD/DVD player, Ruark audio system with internet radio, Bluetooth and iPad docking station. Back door to garden area.
Kitchen Area, exceptionally well equipped with Neff gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer. Marble worktops, breakfast bar with two stools. Space for boots and coats.
Dining table with seating for three.
Off the hall double bedroom with window seat, king size bed, bedside tables with Anglepoise lamps, fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Bathroom with slate flooring, bath with over-bath shower, washbasin, w.c. and heated towel rail.
Private paved patio area with bistro table and chairs. Shared rear access.
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Wells-next-the-Sea is a pretty, unspoilt seaside town on the beautiful north Norfolk Coast, an area of National Outstanding Beauty. The town boasts a beautiful harbour with working fishing boats and is a lovely spot to watch the fishing boats come and go.
The harbour, known as the Quay is home to the ‘Albatros’ a former sailing barge which now offers real ale and Dutch pancakes on board. Along the edge of the Quay during the summer you will often find children fishing for small (non-edible) crabs. The freshly caught seafood is a speciality in many of the local restaurants.
Wells also has a wonderful, sandy beach backed by pine woods and colourful beach huts, which can be rented by the day. The beach is an easy walk from the town or why not catch the small single gauge train that runs during the day? There is a beach café and car parking.
The town of Wells is a delightful network of narrow streets, yards and old alleys. The pretty and historic town centres around Staithe Street with its independent shops, galleries and places to eat and drink. Wells also boasts two very popular Fish and Chip Shops on the Quay, French’s and Plattens, take your pick!
There is much to explore locally. Take a walk through the shady pinewoods to Holkham, returning along the beach. Or take a tour of the harbour by boat or hire a bicycle locally and explore the quiet countryside and pretty villages.
Wells is also part of the largest coastal nature reserve in England and Wales, and is a magnet for bird-watchers as it provides the perfect habitat for wading birds and winter geese.