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Wells-next-the-Sea QuaysideLocation, location, location…

There can be nothing more important to consider when booking a break in one of East Anglia’s most picturesque seaside towns.

To walk just 10 feet from the door to dip your toes in the water, to read the paper as the tide rolls in beneath you…

“A home from home…”

The Waterfront’s location is unrivalled. Just yards from the sea and close to the heart of the traditional seaside town, the picturesque quay and long, sandy beaches, its central location is perfect for exploring the north Norfolk coast.

Lehr encourages all her guests to look on her B&B as a home from home. You’ll find superb bedrooms complete with modern en suites and stunning coastal views across the creeks and marshes - and full English breakfast, including the famous Howells’ sausages, smoked salmon, yoghurts and freshly prepared fruits.

Lots to see, lots to do

As part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Wells-next-the-Sea is ideal for traditional bucket-and-spade seaside holidays, walking, bird watching, fishing and a host of other activities.

In fact, there are so many places to see and things to do that Lehr - who personally greets all guests – spends much of her time simply providing help and advice.

The words of Waterfront guests…

Heaven is in Norfolk

The Waterfront: a beautiful house and garden with stunning views. Lehr has paid every attention to detail for the comfort of her guests. We have had a fabulous stay and will definitely be back. We leave feeling relaxed and with a new friend. Thank you, Lehr, you will be very successful.”

“What makes a perfect B&B? Delightful home, fabulous views, excellent breakfast and most of all the warmth, kindness and amazing hospitality of the hostess with the mostest. Lehr, you excel at it all and we wish you success and happiness in your future ventures. Thank you for helping to turn a short break into a joyous, memorable holiday.

These entries from our visitors’ book, complete with names and addresses, can be seen at The Waterfront.

Tea and battenburg at Wells Waterfront