Blakeney bed and breakfast
We offer high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in Blakeney, Norfolk. Set in a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the North Norfolk coast; Blakeney’s tidal estuary was once a major shipping area in the middle ages. Now the harbour has silted up only small boats can make their way out past Blakeney Point and to the sea. Blakeney has become a tourist destination owing to its large range of activities including crabbing, fishing, sailing, bird watching, cycling, walking and more. The village also boasts a range of traditional English pubs, restaurants and eateries.
Blakeney Point is home to a large colony of Grey and Common seals, birds, insects and plant life which has been subject to numerous TV documentaries including BBC Winterwatch in January 2015.
Our bed and breakfast comprises of two rooms with en suite shower rooms. With a small shared breakfast/lounge room purpose built in 2015. They have their own dedicated entrance and parking which means you can come and go as you please. We are a 5 minute walk from the quayside. There is a small convenience store with free ATM machine. There is also a petrol station. Blakeney features regularly in best kept village competitions locally and in the national press.
Please take a look around our website and use our online booking system to reserve your room.