Sunday, April 17, 2016

A hotel in Blakeney or nearby makes for a perfect stay in Norfolk

The North Norfolk Coast is a popular area for those looking for a typically english seaside holiday. This area of the British coastline is one of the most diverse in the country. The terrain ranges from the salt marshes of Morston and Stiffkey to the shingle shoreline of Salthouse and from the long white sandy beach at Holkham to the grassy dunes of Brancaster. It is hard to find a better place to spend a holiday in the UK. It is best to stay in a Blakeney hotel or hotel in a nearby village for those hoping to make the most of this wonderful coastline. Blakeney village could almost be mistaken for a medieval film set with its chocolate-box flint cottages and stunning view of the sea over the marshes. Cley-Next-The-Sea is only a few minutes down the road and is an equally quaint story-book seaside village. It is also home to one of the best hotels in the area - The George Hotel at Cley.

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