Wells is a small town situated behind a picturesque harbour, there is plenty to do in this area; walk along the sandy beaches, bird watch on the salt marshes; crab fish on the quay; visit tradional pubs; cycle on quiet paths and roads. Wells has a good selection of shops, butchers, bakers, fruitshops etc and good pubs and restaurants.
Walk along the beach - around 6 miles. Have lunch in the Nelson then get the coast hopper bus back to Wells. The bus runs every half hour in the summer and every hour in the winter.
Walk along the edge of the salt amrsh to Stiffkey then go for lunch in the Red Lion. Its only 3 miles.
For keener walkers, on to Morston Quay and get a crab sandwich from the shellfish van man - delicious.
Take a Boat trip from Morston Quay to Blakney point to see the seals. It is a great trip enjoyable for adults and children alike.
Beans Seal trips Morston Quay
Hire bicylces and cycle around Holkham Park and enjoy the mature parkland, deer and ice-cream.
Tel 01328 713111 to book bikes
The Albatross is a tall ship which is now a bar. The view of the harbout is great from the deck. The beer is good and so is the hot chocolate
A narrow guage steam train will take you from Wells to Walsingham. Walshingham is an ancient medieval town , wonderfully preserved. A great place to explore.
6 Freeman Street, Wells-next-the-Sea NR23 1BA
Tel 01328 710456 ( do book well in advance)
Enjoyed by young and not so young alike ! A piece of bacon and they are yours !
Good food and if you eat from the Crown Classic menu you can eat for a reasonable price I like the food (but by husband thinks the portions are too small!).The Buttlands, Wells-next-the-Sea NR23 1EX , England
Tel 01328 710209