Friday 7 January 2022

Brig Square Holiday Cottages, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

Brig Square Holiday Cottages, at Wells-next-the-Sea in Norfolk, has great views overlooking the marshes and out to the harbour. They are situated within easy walking distance to a bustling fishing boat and leisure harbour; to the characteristic narrow main shopping street with such a variety of different shops and small cafes selling local and homemade products.

The cottages date back to the 17th Century and were established as holiday cottages in 1970.
Porthole Cottage is a lovely large traditional fisherman’s cottage circa 17th Century. This holiday cottage can sleep 7 people in 2 double bedrooms and an attic bedroom. It is well equipped and finished with modern facilities.

Pirates Cottage is full of character and it can sleep 5 people in a double bedroom and an attic room. It provides all the home comforts and is ideal for a family.

Compass Cottage can also sleep 5 people in a double and spacious attic room. This holiday cottage benefits from having 2 gardens and is ideally placed for accessing the quay and shops.

Bosuns Retreat is an ideal retreat for two, the popularity of this small yet spacious ground floor apartment can be truly justified. The holiday accommodation is comfortable and modern.

The holiday cottages are all superbly equipped with all the modern conveniences you could possibly wish for.

The holiday cottages are located within the lovely seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea where you will find shops, places to eat, quay and harbour. This is the ideal location for walking, cycling, golfing, fishing, sailing and bird watching. There are many places to visit which include Holkham Hall, Dinosaur Park, Snettisham Park, Holkham National Nature Reserve and Wells Harbour Railway.

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