Friday, 12 October 2012

Cley and Wells

On day 2 of our Norfolk break, we had planned to walk, and walk and walk.  We took ourselves off to Cley beach straight after breakfast.



It was full of twitchers with the most fabulous of lenses.

After a brisk walk along the very shingley beach, we headed to Wells-next-the sea for a very long walk on the very sandy beach.
Wells is famous for its beautiful row of stunning beach huts.  If you fancy buying one of these, you better start saving (or robbing a bank!) I found this website with some for sale - you can get a pretty decent one for £62,500.00!!!!
It would be no hardship trying to get your moneys worth out of one though.
The beach has some fantastic sand dunes along it and is miles and miles long.

We had a fabulous walk.
On the morning that we left Yorkshire to come to Norfolk, I had been reading the blog of another Sheffield lady - Mrs Hotchpotch and I noticed that she had recommended the Chocolate Brownies at Wiveton Hall, which was on our way back to our love nest.  What a fabulous place this was.  The view across the marshes was stunning and I can verify that the Brownie (and indeed hubbies Victoria Sandwich) was utterly divine.  Many thanks Mrs H for this recommendation - I love blog land for inspiration.
We had a wander around, but hubby quickly dragged me away from the antiques barn and the farm shop!
* I have no idea why some of my photo's have developed a black line across them!!!

18 comments:

A garden just outside Venice said...

Stunning pictures...stunning landscapes...stunning cakes :)
I'm still regretting after 13 years to not accepting my hosting family's offer to join them on a daytrip to a Norfolk beach...my bloody mate wanted to meet up with our Italian friends in Norwich for having a horrible pizza in Pizza Hut...
Have a lovely weekend!
xxxx

Deborah said...

You find the most amazing places to visit sweetie, love your photos :) have a happy weekend

Bee happy x

pastcaring said...

What gorgeous photos - the Norfolk tourist board should use them, they are certainly making me want to visit! xxx

Mrs. H said...

Lovely pictures even with the black lines!
So glad you enjoyed Wiveton Hall.
I am so envious I am not there too!
enjoy the weekend
: ) x

Mrs. H said...

Oh and thanks for the mention x

Jan said...

I love tea breaks with a view and that one looked especially pleasant! Jx

Toffeeapple said...

Superb images! I so want to go back to Norfolk.

Lisa said...

Oh the place you stopped for the cake looks so wonderful!
Those blue skies are amazing, as are the prices of those beach huts!
Lisa x

jennyfreckles said...

Oh I am glad I stopped by here today. I have lots of lovely memories of Cley and North Norfolk.

Lyn said...

what a gorgeous plce, we have never been to the area but...its on the list!
xxx

rusty duck said...

Great place and great photos. Enjoy.

I hope the weather stays kind for you.

Liz said...

The beach huts look amazing!
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

greenthumb said...

Lovely photos, looks like you made the most of your time away.

Young at Heart said...

how gorgeous..... lying in bed recovering from grim dentist action I feel I've taken a delightful trip.....now if I can just get come someone to bring me cake....!!x

Rosie said...

Wouldn't it be wonderful to own one of those beach huts? I can dream! The fare at Wiverton Hall does look very tasty:)

Carol said...

Just look at those gorgeous blue skies, looks absolutely idyllic. Eek those beach houses cost a fortune!
Carol xx

Little Blue Mouse said...

What a lovely beach and the beach huts are gorgeous!

Jill said...

Beautiful photos, Diane.
I'm in love with those Beach Huts. xx