The Globe Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

NR23 1EU

The Globe Inn, Wells-next-the-Sea

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Accommodation Description:

The Globe Inn is situated overlooking the picturesque leafy village green and is a short stroll from the bustling quay of Wells-next-the-Sea. It has a warm welcoming bar and comfortable restaurant with a sunny courtyard for alfresco eating and drinking. Children can play on the green in front of the Inn while parents enjoy a range of ales from local brewers.

Our menu takes advantage of the abundance of local produce from both land and sea and offers seasonal dishes from the tenderest asparagus in early summer to wild game from the Holkham Estate in the winter. We also cater for little appetites offering fresh wholesome dishes. The Inn has seven light and airy en-suite rooms (5 double and 2 twin) with children s beds and cots available.

 4 star rating

From: £500.00

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