A traditional quayside village with plenty to keep you entertained. A big draw is Blakeney Point and the seals that make it their home, but don’t be fooled; you can’t reach it from the bank at Blakeney. Instead, park at Cley beach and head west along the beach; don’t forget good sturdy shoes!

Don’t miss

Best views in North Norfolk; climb the church tower on Friday afternoons. The best place for live music – The Harbour RoomsFresh fish from Willy Weston. Petrol, right on the main road. Perfectly decorated Blakeney Hotel for a great meal in lovely surroundings. The 14th Century Guildhall with its brick built, vaulted ceiling. Quay Art Gallery specialising in original watercolours, print techniques and ceramics. The bright and colourful Crab shop stocking Crew Clothing, Gone Crabbing plus all those beach and crabbing essentials. First class ready meals from Blakeney Delicatessen.  Outstanding variety of contemporary fine art and sculpture inspired by the coastline and wildlife at The Flint Gallery. Beautiful home interiors and unusual gifts from The Anchor Shop and The Handcrafted Company



Did you know?

Blakeney was a commercial seaport until the early 20th century, areas of the village date back to the 14th century.

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West< Morston

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