Wells-next-the-Sea is a small, friendly coastal town on the glorious North Norfolk Coast: popular with families, walkers and bird watchers. The harbour has shops, cafes, fish and chips, while a mile along The Run lies Wells Beach, served by a narrow gauge railway. Of the five in the group four are smaller town gardens and one is somewhat larger: all demonstrate a variety of design and planting approaches incorporating herbaceous borders, 'cottage', shrub and fruit, with two of the gardens providing different 'rooms'. The route around the five gardens takes in the Parish Church of St Nicholas, the High Street with its beautiful once-shop windows and the tree lined Georgian green square, The Buttlands.
Two gardens providing 'rooms'. One with new small alpine section.
Sunday 9 July (11am - 5pm). Combined admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Wheelchair access at all gardens.
How to find us
Wells-Next-The-Sea Gardens, Wells-Next-The-Sea, Norfolk, NR23 1DP
10m N of Fakenham. Bus stop at 'The Buttlands' follow NGS signs 1 min from stop.
More about Wells-Next-The-Sea Gardens
Car Park at Stearman's Yard behind the Captain's Table PH, The Buttlands or Market Lane (close to gardens on Burnt St). Advisable to tour gardens on foot. Home-made teas at Caprice, Clubbs Lane.