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This historic Dutch Barge moored along the harbour wall dates from 1899 and traded across the North Sea before being converted into a bar and restaurant. Seating is either on deck (be careful of sloped areas) or in the rustic but cosy bar area below...More
Only stopped here for a drink but wish we didn’t just have lunch elsewhere as their pancake menu sounds delicious! There is a good selection of both savoury and sweet ones on offer.
We enjoyed the view sitting on the deck in the sunshine. The...More
What a gem! As the rain started spitting we looked for a place to get a beer and a snack and were recommended this place. We were lucky to get there at opening as there was over 20 of us. However, the young lady sorted...More
Driven all the way from Hampshire for our lunch.
- the best omelette and pancakes!!
Nothing too much trouble in bringing a table & chairs onto the quay for one of our party who has limited mobility and unable to cross gangplank .
A friend and I visited Wells to do the Wells Art Trail. We'd been thinking of fish and chips for lunch but after spotting The Albatros we decided to try it. We went down (backwards) to the bar part and each chose a savoury pancake,...More
We went to the Albatross for a drink to avoid the rain. We sat downstairs as most of the tables upstairs were not under cover. There were a good selection of drinks - hot, cold, alcoholic and non. There was a great atmosphere. Staff were...More
Just spent what can only be described as a brilliantly different weekend on board the Albatross floating B&B in lovely Wells next the Sea. The Albatross is a 19th century Dutch sailing ship converted into a floating bar, cafe and B&b. We checked in just...More
While on holiday in Wells we decided to lunch at The Albatros.
The place was very busy and we sat on the upper deck.
The staff were very friendly but seemed a little unorganised.
Just as our food was brought it started to rain at...More
Arrived in Wells on the sunniest of August Sundays. The world and his wives and children were there; most of them, it seemed, desperate to join the long queues at the various quayside fish& chippies. This was our fifth or sixth visit to the town,...More