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Welcome to The Crown Hotel

Address: The Buttlands, Wells-Next-The-Sea, NR23 1EX

Hotel Description

A former coaching inn on the north Norfolk coast, The Crown Hotel in Wells-next-the-Sea offers stylish rooms and a restaurant menu showcasing local produce. Around 7 minutes’ walk from the harbour, this hotel provides free WiFi. Each room has a flat-screen TV, telephone, desk, wardrobe and tea and coffee facilities. All have an en suite bath or shower with a hairdryer and toiletries. The Crown Hotel bar offers a range of locally brewed ales and a hand-picked wine list. Local specialities including Wells Crab and Brancaster Oysters feature on the restaurant menu. The hotel also serves afternoon tea and indulgent Sunday lunches. Wells-next-the-Sea is around 45 minutes’ drive from King’s Lynn and 20 minutes from Fakenham, with Norwich city centre around 55 minutes away. The impressive Holkham Hall is 8 minutes’ drive away, and the Holkham National Nature Reserve lies to the east of the town.

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Sheringham Golf Club - Sheringham - Golf

Sheringham Golf Club - Sheringham - Golf

Distance 14.61 miles (23.38 km)
Set on the cliffs in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Sheringham is a challenging course for all golfers at all times of the year and has been the venue for 3 English Ladies' Championships. It was at Sheringham that Miss Joyce Wethered, later to become Lady Heathcote-Amory won her first championship at the age of 18. The course celebrated its centenary in 1991 and remains one of the most picturesque in the region - the view from the 5th tee is one of the most memorable in golf! The course is laid out on the west side of the town on a strip of rolling, gorse-clad clifftop that lies between the preserved North Norfolk Railway and the North Sea.

Sandringham House - Historical Houses

Sandringham House - Historical Houses

Distance 16.48 miles (26.37 km)
Sandringham House is the country retreat of HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, built by King Edward VII and passed down as a private home through three generations of monarchs. Family portraits, Porcelain, Jade and crystal Silver and silver gilt, Bronze and marble sculptures, Guns and oriental armour, Personal mementoes, An exhibition entitled 'Faithful Companions' is on display in the Ballroom.. Fascinating Museum in the old coach and stable block with diverse and unique displays of Royal life and estate history. There is wheelchair access throughout - helpers are admitted free. A small number of wheelchairs are available on loan on a 'first come, first served' basis.

The Links Country Park Hotel and Golf Club - Cromer - Golf

The Links Country Park Hotel and Golf Club - Cromer - Golf

Distance 16.54 miles (26.47 km)
Proudly independent, "The Links", considered by many to be the best golf leisure and conference hotel in Norfolk is set in 35 acres of lightly wooded coastal parkland, designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The hotel has retained those high standards of personal service long forgotten by many and offers a traditional warm welcome, a peaceful escape from everyday pressures and the opportunity to relax and unwind in this tranquil, un-spoilt area of North Norfolk. The Links Country Park Golf Course is part of the Links Country Park Hotel complex and is one of the longest established golf and hotel centres in Norfolk.

Castle Acre Priory - Norfolk - Castle

Castle Acre Priory - Norfolk - Castle

Distance 18.7 miles (29.92 km)
A pit stop for pilgrims over the centuries, with a recreated herb garden. The delightful village of Castle Acre boasts an extraordinary wealth of history and is a good example of Norman estate planning. Situated on the Peddars Way, Castle Acre was originally built as a fortified town, protected by its own banks, gateways and ditch. While the town provided for the material needs of the occupants of the castle, the Cluniac priory was built to cater for their spiritual requirements. Castle Acre Priory was inspired by the monastery at Cluny in France and was home to a community of monks until 1537, when Henry VIII disbanded all monastic houses. The village stands on the Pilgrim routes to Thetford, Bromholm Priory and Walsingham.

Castle Rising Castle - Norfolk - Castle

Castle Rising Castle - Norfolk - Castle

Distance 19.39 miles (31.02 km)
Castle Rising Castle
Norfolk
A fine 12th-century domestic keep, set amid huge defensive earthworks and once the palace and home to Isabella, the She Wolf of France, dowager Queen of England. The keep walls stand to their original height.