Often referred to simply as ‘Wells’ by the locals, Wells-next-the-Sea is a civil parish, town and seaport which is situated on the North Norfolk coast in England. It is a picturesque and fairly quiet area, and is also growing as a seaside resort, thanks to its popular beach which can be reached on foot or by narrow railway. This beach is backed by attractive sense pine woods, and these are part of the Holkham nature reserve. People are attracted to taking a holiday in this area for the laidback way of life and the typically English seaside views.
Renting holiday accommodation in Wells-next-the-Sea
To really make the most of your holiday in this quiet and exciting seaport town, you should consider renting your own holiday accommodation. Not only does this give you so much space and freedom to come and go as you please, but you are also given your own privacy, and a certain intimacy that you cannot receive when staying in a hotel. HouseTrip offers apartments in Wells-next-the-Sea, and these are spacious, and well equipped with everything that you need to make your stay comfortable, at a brilliant and affordable price.
Where to stay in Wells-next-the-Sea
In one of the spacious and well equipped Wells-next-the-Sea apartments you will be in a great position to enjoy everything that the area has to offer. It is particularly ideal to visit in the summer, as the hopeful good weather will provide a great backdrop for your beach holiday, and the seaside activities will also entertain you and give you lots to do. An enjoyable afternoon can also be spent at the local pool, Abrahams Bosom, which is used for pleasure boating and canoeing, both of which are enjoyable pastimes for a holiday. There is also a small selection of souvenir shops, and bars and cafes to visit, and it is also close to the popular market town of Burnham market.
Wells-next-the-Sea with the family
For the perfect family holiday filled with sunshine, laughter and plenty of things to fill your time, you should definitely visit Wells-next-the-Sea. This charming town not only mixes beach life with more rural surroundings, but provides many activities and places to visit to fill your time here. A great family day out which everyone will enjoy is to visit the nearby Bird sanctuary at Blakeney, which is home to a variety of different birds, and will be a firm favourite with animal lovers. There are other interesting places to visit nearby, such as Holkham Hall, the famous stately home located in the nearby Holkham.