Beekeeper’s Cottage…

Tucked away in Wells-Next-The-Sea

Beekeeper’s Cottage is a wonderful secret cottage in Masseys Yard, Wells Next The Sea. The cottage is tucked away in the conservation area near the Church, and accessed via a hidden gateway.

Delightfully picturesque, the cottage is full of original features including sash windows, stone tiled floor, stripped pine doors and wood burning stove in the hearth. Wi-fi available free at Beekeeper’s Cottage

A perfect bolt hole for two, there is a double bedroom and ensuite bathroom upstairs. Whilst downstairs there is a cosy sitting / dining room, along with a stylish, open plan kitchen.

Outside there is a private garden / dining area, to enjoy the afternoon sun.

Beekeepers Cottage is our holiday home and we have tried to keep the traditional feel of the cottage intact, whilst introducing a few more contemporary and modern features. Our aim is to provide a retreat from the general hustle and bustle. We hope that you will come and enjoy the character and quirky features of the cottage.

Stylish, Compact Accommodation for Two

  • Sleeps 2
  • Double bedroom with King Size Ercol Scandi Bed
  • En suite bathroom with bath and shower
  • Sitting / Dining room with stone tiled floor and Wood Burning Stove
  • Stylish, open plan kitchen
  • WIFI available throughout
  • Full gas central heating,
  • All linen and towels included,
  • Flat screen television, with freesat
  • Books / games,
  • Garden / dining area in front of cottage,
  • Welcome pack on arrival,
  • Private off road parking space,
  • No children or pets.

Beekeeper’s Prices 2021

Prices are for two people and all breaks are fully inclusive of bed linen, towels, utilities and a welcome pack.

DurationWinter Spring
& Autumn
Summer &
Weekend, 3 nights
Mid week break, 4
nights Mon-Thur
Week, 7 nights Fri – ThurFrom

If you would like to make a booking or have any further enquiries, then please contact Gary or Jill on 01366 328361 or email at


Wells next the Sea is a quaint fishing port full of character and history.

Working crab and lobster boats can be found in the Harbour along with a huge Dutch sailing barge called the Albatross.

Narrow streets, busy with interesting shops, restaurants and pubs lead from the harbour to the Buttlands, the town green surrounded by beautiful Georgian buildings.

A walkway and road both lead from the bustling town to the beach a mile away, with it’s colouful beach huts and golden sands and dunes.

Wells is ideally situated to explore the North Norfolk coast and is perfect for walking, cycling, sailing and birdwatching. Or indeed, just watching the world go by.

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