Blakeney Harbour, North Norfolk

Late Availability

 Availability for 24 - 31 May and some early June weeks 

 Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, wonderful open plan living & dining space for up to six guests with parking.

 Please email with booking queries and we will respond asap. 

 Weekly rates full occupancy from approx £995 (low) - £1995/£2100 (high season).

 Low occupancy discounts apply for 2 - 4 guests. Please email for quote, thank you.


This beautiful corner of East Anglia is known for its big blue skies, pine forests, unspoilt countryside, salt marshes, mudflats, birdwatching and miles of white, sandy beaches.

We are in and settled, thank you. The views are amazing. What a truly marvellous place!

Iain and Lyn W


Formerly a port, is a picturesque village ideally placed for exploring the wonderful North Norfolk coast.  Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the area provides an ideal location whether you are holidaying as a family or having a romantic ‘just for two’ getaway. There are excellent opportunities locally for sailing, power boating, fishing, swimming, bird watching, cycling, walking, golf, tennis and so much more.  The coastal path can be viewed from the house and a trip to Blakeney Point to see the seals and birds in this nature reserve is a must.

The Blakeney Hotel, The Moorings Bistro, Two Magpies Bakery and newly refurbished Manor Hotel are all less than 100 metres away from the house, as is the high street with its deli, gift shops, galleries and The White Horse.

A scenic stroll across the quayside takes you to the well stocked supermarket, fishmonger, another pub/restaurant, The Kings Head and the Flint Art Gallery.  From April to September, refreshment caravans on the quayside sell crab and prawn sandwiches, tea, coffee and cakes. On most Fridays you can climb to the top of the tower at Blakeney parish church. Visitors of all ages love crabbing from the quayside and we can provide the very important crabbing buckets and lines for children (and adults!) to enjoy.


Holt is a very pretty Georgian town and only four miles away.  You will find lifestyle boutiques, numerous coffee shops, restaurants, bookshops, gift, antique and clothes shops.  Enjoy a coffee (or afternoon tea and cake) in Byford's and don't miss the famous Bakers & Larners Department Store with its deli, wine shop and excellent food hall.  Try a walk nearby in Holt Country Park and discover its 100 acres of woodland. 


Wells-next-the-sea really is one of the loveliest towns on the North Norfolk coast.  A bustling harbour and wildlife haven, fabulous award winning sandy beach with plenty of places to eat including their famous quayside fish and chip shops.  Don’t miss Staithe Street for shopping and the new Wells Maltings Heritage Centre.  Wells is also home to The Globe Inn and The Crown Hotel Further information is provided via Wells Guide.

Thank you for the warm arrival and wine and chocolates. You were right about the views! One thing we can say is pictures don't show how lovely the house is.  We are so pleased to be here.

The Whelan Family

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