Wells next the Sea, Blickley Hall and Langham Glass to see glassware being created

Our first full day on the North Norfolk coast coincided with the start of the recent beautiful weather across the UK, so we thought we’d have a nice lazy day on the beach!  Although it was a bit of a trek from our campsite we chose Wells next the Sea.  We set off along the coastal A149 which ran through several lovely historic villages (Weybourne, Cley next the Sea, Blakeney and Stiffkey) as we wound our way towards our destination.

On arrival we initially stopped in the town car-park, ideal for visiting the harbour or the town centre, but can also be used to visit the beach if you don’t mind either walking about a mile, or taking the little train.  This car-park had fairly reasonable charges, but we continued along the beach road and found another car-park right by the beach (where the charges were considerably higher!)  There are toilets here as well as a nice café and upmarket beach shop (Joules!)

We made our way onto the beach and could see lovely colourful beach huts up on stilts in the near distance.  Calv refused to walk any further so we parked ourselves quite quickly.  Very soon I saw a disturbance in the water Continue reading “Wells next the Sea, Blickley Hall and Langham Glass to see glassware being created”