Wells-next-the-Sea is a lively harbour town in North Norfolk’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Known simply as Wells, it is one of North Norfolk’s top seaside towns and makes a perfect base for a Norfolk holiday or day out. This round-up of the must-do things in Wells-next-the-Sea and the surrounding area will help you plan your trip.
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In the sleepy backwaters and quiet villages of Norfolk, something of a gin revolution is taking place. There are now a whopping eleven gin distilleries in Norfolk, some of which you can visit to see the gin making process and sample a drop of the good stuff. Check out my Norfolk gin and distilleries guide!
Did you know that there are not one, but six vineyards in Norfolk? The fertile mix of sandy and clay soil and the gentle climate, make Norfolk one of the UK’s premier wine growing counties, and it’s no surprise that the region is producing some seriously top-quality English wines. Be sure to plan a visit on your next trip to the area!
Welcome to my local’s guide to the best places to enjoy afternoon tea in Norfolk. Ever since Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, invented the ritual, afternoon tea has become a quintessential part of a British holiday or day out and is a great opportunity to indulge your taste buds.
Whether you’re looking for a relaxed and fun afternoon tea experience, or something more formal for a special occasion, you’ll find the perfect spot for a Norfolk afternoon tea here.
The historic seaside town of Cromer is bursting with great restaurants, pubs and cafes. And it’s not just about the Cromer crab – Cromer has made the leap from Victorian sea-side town to eclectic foodie hub with ease. To help you decide where to go, I’ve rounded up the top sixteen places to eat in Cromer.