Blakeney offers something for everyone. It’s a charming and picturesque village on the north Norfolk Coast. Famous for its nature reserve, seal colony, sailing, quaint little shops and walks. The blue Lifeboat House on Blakeney Point stands out in the distance, between the yacht masts and fishing boats in the harbour. In land from here you can see Cley Windmill and Blakeney church in the background. From March you can see lapwings displayed over the Freshes and skylarks singing their hearts out. Stop anywhere along the sea wall for a picnic, or call in at Wiveton Bell which again, has great food.