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The Blakeney Hotel
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Reviewed 16 November 2013

Was a bit surprised that we didn't have to book. But there was plenty of room in the Look Out when we arrived. We ordered afternoon tea, which was fabulous when it arrived. Sandwich fillings with standard fillings, but fresh and tasty, amazing scones and wonderful cakes. We couldn't decide who would have which, so we cut them all into portions so we could try everyone. Was a lovely afternoon and would recommend to anyone who fancy's a treat. We even stayed for a Cocktail in the bar afterwards (also fabulous).

Room Tip: Ask to sit in the Look Out, amazing views.
  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank tigger73_11
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Reviewed 11 November 2013

The hotel enjoys a first rate position on the south side of the marshes and it is well worth paying the extra cost for a room at the front, The food is good and the staff look after you well. Car parking can be a bit of a problem in the busy times as the spaces are limited.

Room Tip: Rooms on the north side are the best and floor 2 has the best views.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 November 2013

The most beautiful setting right on the estuary, full of character and charm with wonderful views of the tide coming and going, the boats and the sun rise and sunsets. The hotel is as special as it's surroundings with a clean warm pool. spa, steam room and sauna as well as a gym and pretty garden. The food, service, lounges and attention to detail are excellent and the rooms equally charming. We used to go elsewhere for our special occasions but this is our hotel of choice for the last couple of years and for the future. I can recommend the afternoon tea too. Excellent.

Room Tip: You get what you pay for. The estuary views are worth the extra if you can afford it.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank MimW63
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Reviewed 8 November 2013

I had stayed at the Blakeney Hotel before with my family but this was my first visit with just my husband and our first visit for many years.
What can I say about the location? It is just fantastic! Blakeney is probably my favourite spot in the UK and the hotel sits right on the quay side, Perfect!
Everyone at the hotel is very friendly and helpful, it is like arriving in a large family home. The lounges are relaxing and comfortable places to relax and while away the time.
The pool is a decent size and there is a lane roped off for doing lengths. However, we did experience some minor irritation from some badly behaved children who kept swimming underneath us and were trying to destroy the rope divider. There is a steam room and a sauna, which my husband enjoyed, and a whirlpool which could have been a little warmer.
Our room was very pleasant and well equipped. It had two comfy chairs (most hotels only seem to have one), which was lovely. The bathroom was bright, spacious and well equipped. And, joy of joys, the towels were big enough to go round me!!! The only problem with the room was the bed which was very soft. This was solved by the provision of bed boards which made all the difference.
The rate we were on included breakfast and evening meals. The breakfast was delicious. There was plenty of choice of continental items to choose from buffet style, plus there was a good choice of cooked items as well. I had a full English (which included my favourite fried bread instead of the usual hash browns) on both of our two days, whilst my husband had a full English one day and kedgeree for the second day. He was stuffed full after the kedgeree and said it was very good. Our evening meals were also delicious. There was a good amount of choice for all three courses and the food was well presented and appetising. The service was good and unobtrusive.
The hotel is quite expensive but is well worth the money for a special trip. We shall definitely return.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Swizza
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Reviewed 2 November 2013

Returned again for Dinner on a Sunday evening in this lovely dining room. Menu of three courses for £ 29.00 was excellent value along with a reasonably priced wine list. The dining room is large and tables are well spaced about allowing privacy for ones party. Very friendly local serving staff were very efficient adding to the enjoyment of the evening. A mixture of cliental from families with children to older retired people made for a good ambience. We were told they did 102 covers that evening which only confirms it's a must to try on the Norfolk Coast.
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Stayed: October 2013, travelled with friends
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