Local transport


You can enjoy the slower pace of Norfolk life by giving the car a rest, although local transport does not really exist in this corner of rural Norfolk. There is, however, the very good Coast Liner bus service which you can pick up locally from Wells-next-the-sea, with Day Rover ticket you can have a fun day exploring the local coastal area.  The Coastliner 36 buses travel along the coast road between King’s Lynn, Hunstanton, Wells-next-the-Sea and Fakenham.  The bus is low floor and wheelchair accessible.



Our closest transport hub is Fakenham where buses to Norwich and Kings Lynn can be picked up at the bus stop in Oak Street.  It is always a good idea to check the bus timetable before you leave.  To plan a journey from Fakenham: https://www.firstbus.co.uk/norfolk-suffolk

If you are planning a trip to the fine city of Norwich there are is a park and Ride service that runs into the centre of town from the outskirts at Thickthorn to Norwich airport.  The bus stops at Norwich Castle meadow which is ideal for Norwich castle and the main shopping and eating hub in the centre of town.  https://www.konectbus.co.uk/norwich-park-ride

To hire an electric car: https://www.hertz.co.uk/p/electric-vehicles

We provide electric vehicle charging at our cottages as a greener way to get around, especially for families.




You can plan your days out in Norfolk to be as green as possible by parking up and using greener modes of transport between destinations whether that is by steam train, bus, bike, or foot. Or even exploring the coastline under sail.  If you rent a car select an electric hybrid which you can charge onsite at Cranmer Country Cottages.