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Central Heating (including underfloor heating in the kitchen-diner)

Duel fuel Oven and hob


Fridge and freezer

Full size dishwasher

Washing machine

Smart TV in lounge  

TV in all bedrooms 


Downstairs bedroom with en-suite (large walk in shower)

2 upstairs bedrooms with en-suite

Bed linen included

2+ parking spaces

Secure shingle garden

Garden furniture

Beach/crabbing equipment


Not included:


No dogs

No smoking

Smart TV - Please use your own account 



Less than 5 minutes walk to nearest pubs

Less than 5 minutes walk to nearest shop and town centre

30 minute walk to beach

Close to other coastal towns including Brancaster, Blakeney,Burnham Market and Holt.  

Half and hour along the coast road  to Sherringham and Hunstanton. 

Coast Hopper Bus service running regularly


Prices vary according to season and length of stay

See below for a quick guide, but contact The Wards to find out about availability and cost.

Low season - £945 per week 

Mid season - £1200 per week

High season -£1610 per week

Minimum stay 3 nights


About Us

We,   (Derek Judith and Ella) have been coming to Wells from our home in the midlands for all our lives.  Judith learned to walk at Wells and to swim near the lifeboat house in the 70's. Derek was invited to Wells by Judith while they were at School together in the 80's. Married now and having got Ella (18), she has been coming to Wells from a baby. We still live in the Midlands having busy professional lives, but come to Wells as often as we can.

We purchased a small cottage as a retreat for ourselves and for others to enjoy in May 2012, as the family caravan was too old to keep on the Pinewoods site and we didn't want to lose our base in the town. Astonishingly we discovered that the property was next door to a cottage owned by Joan who worked with Judith's dad in the Midlands during the 70's (are you still with it). Fate had taken a hand so the purchase had to be the right thing to do. 

With ageing parents who were starting to struggle with the stairs we decided to look for a home that we could adapt to make the sleeping and bathroom situation more comfortable. The result is Amnesea (13 Mill Court), designed by my good friend Jeff of Hasker Architects in Knowle near Solihull who knows that we like our home to be light and roomy.

We find that when we are at Wells we are able to unwind, relax, have quality family time together and forget all about our stressful daily lives; hence the name 'Amnesea' as all our worries fade away. (It's also the name our daughter's favourite song - by Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer - look it up - it's a good one!) 

Derek, Judith and Ella

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