Located on the desirable, leafy, Georgian square called The Buttlands in the heart of Wells-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk coast you will find the stylish Casamaria.
Casamaria has easy access to restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops. A five-minute walk and you are at Wells's historic quay, and from there it’s only a fifteen-minute walk to its stunning sandy beach, pinewood walks and rainbow beach huts.
A perfect pad for friends and families, the snug allows a group to splinter off from the main sitting room and the open-plan kitchen provides another lovely space to dine. There are four bedrooms (three with lovely, first-floor views of The Buttlands) and two bathrooms, one with a separate walk-in shower as well as a bath, and a sitting room with plenty of comfortable seating, also overlooking the pretty, peaceful Georgian square.
On the ground floor:
Dining room with dining table for seven guests and views over The Buttlands.
The sitting is a spacious, stylishly furnished room with sofas, arm chair, Smart television and Freeview.
Snug comes with a sofa, television and games.
Kitchen/ breakfast room has an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge-freezer and dishwasher.
Family bathroom has a bath, separate shower, WC and wash basin.
Finally a fab little sun porch with seating for two guests and door to enclosed courtyard.
On the first floor:
Master bedroom with a 6′ super-king bed and views over The Buttlands.
Bedroom two comes with a 5′ king-size bed and views over The Buttlands.
Bedroom three has a 4′ double bed.
Bedroom four a 4′ double bed and views over The Buttlands.
With bath, WC, wash basin and skylight.
Enclosed south-facing courtyard with garden furniture and barbecue.
Parking for one car is in front of the property.
Two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge).
What a fabulous place. We've had a great time over the New Year. Would love to return one day. Thank you.
Reviewed by the Hodder Family
Wells-next-the-Sea is a hub for North Norfolk coastal activities. From the picturesque harbour (where crabbing is a must) you can either walk, take the narrow-gauge railway or drive to the spectacular beach, with its famous array of colourful beach huts and pinewood forest.
Stop at the Beach Cafe afterwards for a drink and snack – you can also hose down a sandy dog!
There is a bustling high street with all kind of independent shops, some lovely tearooms, great gastro pubs and restaurants.
This beautiful coastline is a top destination for birders and walkers all year round.
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