Blakeney National Nature Reserve

Here you will find uninterrupted views and spectacular wildlife of this outstanding coastline.

Blakeney Point is home to England’s largest Grey Seal colony and a large number of summer breeding birds. The best way to see the wildlife on Blakeney Point, is to book a trip on one of the ferry trips departing from Morston Quay.

With the Norfolk Coastal Path running right along Blakeney National Nature Reserve you can explore the whole of the Norfolk Coast on foot. Blakeney Freshes comprises of approximately 160 hectares of freshwater grazing marsh. It is an important area for breeding birds and over-wintering wildfowl and is popular with birdwatchers. The National Trail Norfolk Coast Path goes around the perimeter and gives spectacular elevated views. A walk to Stiffkey and its saltmarshes and muddy creeks are a perfect haven for wildlife.

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Hunters B&B North Norfolk

The Old Stable

Two luxury double en-suite bedrooms No detail is overlooked at this charming and upscale place to stay with two luxury double en-suite bedrooms. Due to guests’ demand we have created this opportunity to book our two rooms of Truffle and Crumble together in one stress-free package. You will have the seclusion of Millie’s Garden and

Hunters B&B North Norfolk

Crumble

A double bedroom that has access to a small, private garden that is shared with the neighbouring bedroom called Millie’s Garden. Crumble has a window view into the garden and has its own its own internal entrance door via the stable’s curved hallway.