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Laylands

Laylands was the first building on the road to Wells-next-the-Sea and one of the earliest buildings in the 15th century town. It was originally built as an inn offering shelter to the drovers from the north bringing cattle and sheep to catch boats to the continent. The old settle where the drovers drank their ale still remains in the corner of the house.

Laylands enjoys an elevated position with views over a green belt conservation area. The house is detached with secluded front and rear gardens. The large rear garden, which is walled and south facing, has mature fruit trees and a large patio, perfect for outside dining.

The house is situated just a five minute walk from the harbour and the sea. Wells beach, with its famous white sand dunes and beach huts, is easily reached by a 15-minute walk through the pine wood. Having recently undergone a complete renovation which is sympathetic to the historic heart of the house, it also encompasses all the conveniences for modern living.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps ten guests.
  • Five bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms and one family shower room.
  • Please note that one bedroom, although private, does not have a door and is more suitable for older children and adults.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • Underfloor heating in some parts of the property.
  • TV package including Netflix.
  • Front and rear gardens with patio.
  • Onsite parking for four vehicles.
  • Please note that the maximum occupancy for this property is 10 adults and one baby.
  • Catering can be arranged through Julie Abbs Catering on 01328 701939 / 07798 818448.
  • Sorry, no pets.
  • WiFi.
  • Minimum of three night stay.

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