The accommodation, which sleeps 3 plus a baby, is a beautiful newly-converted small barn attached to the owners' 18th century house. It is only a couple of minutes on foot from the centre of Wells-next-the-Sea (the town green or Buttlands, and Staithe Street, the shopping street leading down to the quay) but it has off-street parking and, set well back off the road, it is peaceful and secluded.
One child and / or a baby are welcome. Travel cot and high chair available.
As it is also perfect for a couple, we offer a special reduction of £40 per week for sole use by two people (using the kingsize bedroom).
The private entrance door from the front drive and parking area leads into a small hall, tiled with local Norfolk pamments. The kitchen, facing west, is newly fitted-out to a high standard, with electric cooker, fridge-freezer, washing machine and microwave. Across the hall, the living room, with tiled floor, faces south: French doors open onto a patio and small private lawn. There are books and games, TV and DVD player, a dining table and comfortable seating. Free Wi-Fi.
Upstairs, the large, light double room faces south over the garden. It has a king-size bed, plenty of drawers and wardrobe space, chairs and TV. Soft rugs on wooden floor, old beams. The bathroom, with bath and over-bath shower, is across the landing.
For those looking for family accommodation, there is a small bedroom, facing west over the front garden, with a single bed and bedside chest of drawers. There is room here for the travel cot if the bed is not in use; otherwise there is space for the travel cot in the double bedroom. There is a stair gate at the top of the stairs.
On chilly days, electric radiators and double glazing throughout the annexe welcome you back to a cosy base at the end of the day. Winter short breaks, perfect for bird watching and walking, available from £280.
A small outbuilding provides storage for beach toys.
Sorry, we do not accept dogs.
No smoking in house or garden.
We are unable to take payment by card.
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