National Trust Blakeney Lodge

Blakeney Lodge sits in the shadows of an old windmill, whilst on the edge of Blakeney National Nature Reserve. Inside reveals a compact but cosy space with high beamed ceilings and two colourful bedrooms. Just a short walk will lead you to the wild saltmarshes of Blakeney and vast views of the coast.

Close by is Blakeney Point, recognised as internationally important for its breeding birds, and its seal colony. Grey seal pups are born on Blakeney Point during November, December and early January. The best way to view the seal pups is by taking a boat from Morston Quay.

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