A bustling seaside town located right on the quayside. Meander up narrow Staithe Street past shops, or hop on the little train down to the beach. Lined with over two hundred beach huts, it’s a great family beach.
Jo C’s Norfolk Ale at The Crown Hotel on The Butlins. Catch a swimmer, Wells is a great spot to do some crabbing. Salt and vinegar sprinkled over hot fish and chips from French’s Fish Shop eaten on The Quay. Hire a hut on Wells beach, call Pinewoods for details 01328 710439. Gallery Plus, a design led contemporary art gallery, plus the open studio of Trevor Woods. The best sandwiches on the coast at Wells Deli. Catching the light railway to Walsingham, find it just outside of Wells on the coast road. Lifeboat open days, your chance to see exactly what our courageous lifeboat men do. http://www.wellslifeboat.org. The Wells Crab House in a larger restaurant selling great local seafood on Freemans St. Checking out the new shops on The Quay. Dutch Pancakes and a pint on the deck of The Albatros. A Walk on the beach with the dog followed by a ‘Wash n’Wag’ self service dog wash at the Beach Cafe.
Perfect beach for
Exploring the pine woods then relaxing in one of the many rented beach huts.
Did you know?
The Wells and Walsingham light railway is the longest narrow gauge steam railway in the world.
Coasthopper bus stops
You’ll find Coasthopper stops at:
- Mainsale Yard, Wells-next-the-Sea
- The Captain’s Table, Wells-next-the-Sea
- Northfield Lane, Wells-next-the-Sea
- The Buttlands, Wells-next-the-Sea
- Park Road, Wells-next-the-Sea
- High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea
- Grove Road, Wells-next-the-Sea
- The Light Railway, Wells-next-the-Sea
Check out Coasthopper times here.