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The Wiveton Bell features free WiFi throughout the property and a south facing garden garden, 3.7 mi from Holt. This 4-star hotel offers a garden. Rooms include a terrace. Absolutely loved everything about this hotel. Sarah was amazing - nothing was too much trouble.
Located in Blakeney, a 2-minute walk from Blakeney Harbour Room, Blakeney House provides accommodations with a bar, free private parking and a garden. This big old manor house now hotel, is hidden away in the middle of town - perfect for exploring locally or driving out along the coast. I really loved the stylish decor and the staff are exceptionally helpful and friendly.
Located in Blakeney in the Norfolk region, with Blakeney Harbour Room nearby, Bramble Lodge has accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The hosts, John and Julie, are a lovely, welcoming couple who made our stay so enjoyable. The rooms are spacious, bed comfortable and the bathroom lovely and clean. Breakfast, ordered online the day before, was perfectly cooked every morning. Cannot recommend highly enough. Will definitely be back!
Located in Blakeney, near Blakeney Harbour Room, The Bittern features a terrace. Blakeney was an excellent location- lots of great places to eat very close. Silent at night. Great walks from the door. Very well equipped kitchen (we didn't use much as only staying 2 days), lovely cheerful decor.
Very good hotel with friendly and efficient staff, excellent breakfast and good restaurant serving a range of dishes to suit all tastes. Bedrooms comfortable but will need a little TLC fairly soon. Good car parking and in easy reach of the Quay and the walks around Blakeney. Will go again when next in the region
Blakeney us a great place for walking and bird watching. Easy walking distance to Cley. Great coffee and cakes at two magpies bakery by the Quay. Couldn't get in at the white horse and the Kings head was closed. Lovely gallery with a very friendly owner. Much busier than we expected though , especially for winter. Ques for everything.
Blakeney is a lovely relaxed place to visit especially in November. It is unique. We had dinner at the Blakeney hotel and White Horse; both were lovely. North Norfolk Coast has many places to visit in easy driving distance.
Loved it, love Norfolk. Glad we went self catering at this time as, staffing and food in hotels, bars etc were short. We tried to eat out the first night and informed no food, later in the week only reisdents could go in again no staff no supplies. It was sad to see. People were being turned away. I love the peddars way on the coast beautiful.
Blakeney is small and perfectly formed if you like coastal locations. It's full of small boats in the harbour channels and the air is clear and clean. Easy to walk to Blakeney Point. Close to other appealing locations like Morston Quay - a walk away. On the Norfolk Coast Path. Parking isn't easy at the quay but up the small hill there's a fee paying car park at the top of the high street and free parking at the village hall if you're happy to walk from there.
I stayed in the village between May 25th and 28th. Blakeney is beautiful. The walks around it a great - especially for wildlife lovers. There are some good eating places, though I chose self catering, not least because The Blakeney Hotel wanted to charge me a £60.00/night surcharge for single occupancy (ugh!). Wiveton Hall (excellent coffee!), Moreton and Cley are all within easy walking distance, and there are lots of other sites to visit within easy motoring reach...
Our room had a wonderful view down to the quay and it had a good sized en suite. We were able to choose which of 3 rooms we would like to eat breakfast in and there was certainly no problem with being able to socially distance. There were several choices on the breakfast menu and the service was very good. The location of the hotel is excellent to explore the area on foot and there was always a parking space available in the hotel car park which was important, as Blakeney can get pretty crowded.
Lovely, small hotel in a great location. We had a very comfortable, large room with an extremely comfortable king size bed. All the staff we met were very friendly, thoroughly professional and nothing was too much trouble. The food was outstanding, and every meal we had was perfect.
it is in Blakeney! an amazing use of a tiny space…. the front door is the same size as I am! it certainly has character and was fine for a v short stay in good weather. it was ok for me and the dogs but v limited.
Central location in Blakeney, with nearby delicatessan, and easy access to local Spar shop and the bakery, plus very friendly pub a few doors down. near to quay and salt marsh causeway for walking my dog.
Very close to Blakeney Quay and marshes. We were actually changed from our initial booking at 118 to 30a.
The property is ideally positioned for a visit to Blakeney. Owners very welcoming and informative
Absolutely loved everything about this hotel. Sarah was amazing - nothing was too much trouble.