Brig Square Holiday Cottages

Brig Square   Holiday Cottages


Brig Square

Our Cottages

Brig Square Holiday Cottages are steeped in Maritime History, tucked away in a quiet square with private parking for each cottage, close to the quay and all the town amenities.

The cottages are traditional fishermens cottages dating back to the 17th century, each with their own unique features, from the rowing oar stair rail in Pirates to the alcoves and exposed wattle & daub wall in Porthole.

All of the well appointed character cottages have been designed with your comfort in mind, and some have delightful sea views across the harbour & marshes.

Brig Square is the perfect base for your holiday in Wells-next-the-Sea.

Porthole Cottage

The largest of all the properties, Porthole Cottage has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and can sleep 6-7 guests. Spread over 3 floors, it enjoys wonderful views – you can even see the Lifeboat House in the distance.

Pirates Cottage

Pirates Cottage is full of character including a feature brick & flint fireplace. It has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and can sleep 4-5 guests. The attic bedroom enjoys lovely views across the marshes, harbour & out to sea.

Compass Cottage

An original fisherman’s cottage full of character with old oak beams and alcoves. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and can easily sleep a family of 5. Features a fully enclosed back garden and private off road parking.

Bosuns Retreat

The smallest of all the properties, Bosuns Retreat is a well-appointed ground floor accommodation with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom and can sleep 2 guests. It’s tucked away in the quiet square full of maritime history.
North Norfolk

The Coast

Wells-next-the-Sea is located on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast and is famous for its colourful beach huts dotted along the sandy beach against a backdrop of pine trees.

Wells boasts tiny streets, fabulous restaurants, quaint shops and friendly pubs. It also has fully electric beach bus that runs regularly from the town to the beach, and a vintage open-top bus in the summer.

Wells is a truly traditional seaside town with crabbing on the quay, a busy working harbour, candy floss, ice cream and delicious fish 'n' chips.

There’s plenty of attractions in the town and along the coast for all the family, and activities for walkers, bird watchers & nature lovers.