Situated between Wells-next-the-sea and Sheringham, Blakeney is an idyllic coastal village noted in the Domesday Book as one of a small number of ports around the estuary of the River Glaven. Under the care of the National Trust, the Point is a nature reserve and sanctuary for migratory birds. Its marshes and grassy dunes attract birdwatchers from afar.
Blakeney's Church of St Nicholas was built in the 13th century and its fine tower is one's first sight of Blakeney when approaching from any direction.
During the summer months Blakeney becomes very popular with holidaymakers and various water sports are organised. Marine stores cater for the sailing fraternity who flock to the area to enjoy its picturesque setting. With its Georgian frontages, cobblestone fishermen's cottages and alleyways that lead into pretty courtyards, Blakeney is an interesting village to explore on foot.
Seal Trips on the North Norfolk Coast
Blakeney Point is located close to the North Norfolk villages of Blakeney, Morston and Cley-next-the-Sea and is a beautiful and idyllic part of the county. It is home to England’s largest Grey Seal colony and an array of summer breeding birds and is popular with birdwatchers and nature lovers.
Accommodation in Blakeney
Jane's Cottage is the perfect bolthole at any time of year. A traditional 200-year-old flint faced cottage, situated in a quiet loke just off Blakeney quayside, it is ideal for couples or a small family looking for a coastal escape.
The Saltings Blakeney
Just a short walk from Blakeney’s famous quay, this comfortable property has stunning views across the marshes to the sea beyond.
Sea Holly House
A beautifully styled traditional brick and flint cottage tucked away in the heart of Blakeney, just a two minute walk from the quay. Deceptively spacious and furnished with comfort and quality high on the list, you will find Sea Holly House a very peaceful and relaxing place to stay.
Pear Tree Cottage (B)
A delightful, brick and flint Norfolk cottage in a superb peaceful location, just a few minutes' walk from the quay and the many local amenities of this popular coastal village. Pretty-as-a-picture, both inside and out, Pear Tree Cottage also has the bonus of its own, very handy private parking place.
154 Blakeney High Street
154 Blakeney High Street is a gorgeous and extremely stylish brick and flint, mid-terrace fisherman's cottage located in the heart of the coastal village of Blakeney, wonderfully located within minutes of Blakeney National Nature Reserve and Blakeney Point, home to an array of wildlife and England's largest grey seal colony. This bijou bolthole is bang on for proximity to the village amenities including its fabulous independent pubs, cafes and deli.
Wow! Undoubtedly one of the best houses along the North Norfolk coast, The Ballroom stands proudly above the coastline in Blakeney and offers uninterrupted views across the saltmarsh and out to sea. This exquisite property affords its guests a high degree of privacy in a luxurious setting with lovingly curated interiors which offer guests a truly exceptional and unique holiday experience.
Yew Tree Cottage
Yew Tree Cottage is a charming traditional cottage right in the centre of Blakeney. Set back off the main street the cottage provides a perfect bolthole in this bustling harbour village.