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All reviews blakeney point national trust boat trip car park morston quay sea birds salt marsh high tide seal colony norfolk coastline nt members seal trips duck pond tide times fantastic trip nice walk bird life
We walked from the car park all the way to the old light house which is now an RSPB owned building with a basic exhibition. Access further along to the point is limited to protect the bird life and seals. The walk along the shingle...More
We walked the north norfolk coastal path from Blakeney took around 20mins.
Lovely quite walk in October, once at the reserve, there is a small cafe and toilets and a look out point.
If you come by car the car park cost is £4.50
Great boat trip out to blakeney point to see the seals., great for kids to paddle, to bird watch, kits available from the national trust office on site. Great place for kids and adults. Cafe and toilets on site. Very peaceful and clean. Will go...More
I visited Blakeney for the first time yesterday. It has many charms, including wide views, attractive cottages, a quay full of happy children with buckets searching for crabs and the coastal path. On the bright side, the path is flat as a pancake and very...More
We came here to get a boat trip to see the seals. Good parking facilities, £4 all day which we thought was reasonable. They had toilets there too.
Recommend that seal trips are pre booked a day or 2 in advance as when we called...More
This is a special National Trust site: none of the castles and moats; instead, some park benches for sitting and looking at the calm water and modest boats and local birdlife. We went there on a nice sunny day and enjoyed sitting and watching groups...More
We visited the Nature Reserve as part of a trip with the Temple Seal trip. It's a beautiful part of the Norfolk coastline, and on the day that we visited it was relatively quiet (despite being in the middle of the Summer holiday) and the...More
A national trust car park, but highly enjoyable with the marshes.
We walked down to Blakeney about 1.25 miles, which is a highly enjoyable and relaxing views.
Large car park with an information point and viewing area for fantastic views.
Lots of artists and walkers.
We drove to Blakeney point to look at the wildlife & the landscape.
Sadly the tide was out so all the boats were down onto the estuary mud but its still a great place to see big skies & we had a very nice walk...More