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Things to see and do
Blakeney is located on the North Norfolk Coast, just North of the small, Georgian, market town of Holt with its wonderful selection of art galleries, individual shops and restaurants.

This part of the coastline has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the marshes and wide open spaces around Blakeney make it a haven for migratory birds and wildlife and, of course, a fantastic place for walkers and bird-watchers alike.

“Foodies” will not be disappointed with the excellent choice of restaurants in the area - most notably Morston Hall - which has achieved a worthy Michelin star rating and is only a mile away (book in advance!).

Blakeney is naturally popular with dinghy sailors and all those who love “messing about in boats”! You can get a real feel for the area by taking a trip from the quayside or nearby Morston Quay to Blakeney Point to see the seals and their pups basking on the sands.

The village has a strong identity, and is a thriving and active community with a small supermarket, fantastic delicatessen, fishmongers, chandlers, a post office and a range of interesting and eclectic shops. Mix this with great pubs and restaurants serving local beers and seafood and you might never want to leave.


other places of interest:

Holkham Hall with its beautiful grounds and shops, pub and beach
Cley-next-the-Sea and
Burnham Market
Sandringham House
Binham Priory