Morston, Norfolk

One mile west of Blakeney, the unspoilt village of Morston is situated in the largest sheltered harbour on the North Norfolk Coast. This area is famous for its wildlife all year round - wildfowl in the winter, nesting terns in the summer, and large colonies of grey and common seals all year round on the sandbanks of Blakeney Point.

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The staff at Scaldbeck House will be delighted to advise you on how to make this the perfect place for the whole family to unwind and enjoy the stunning North Norfolk coastline.


Sailing and boating are popular in the “Pit” which provides large areas of sheltered water when the tide is in. Long walks and spectacular views are available all year round. Morston boasts the fabulous Michelin-starred Morston Hall, and the newly refurbished Anchor Inn provides good local food.

"There is so much to do for all the family in this area of North Norfolk and you’ll find a wonderful selection of flyers which give lots of information in the House, but we thought we should give you a taster – we may be biased but this area has so much to offer for all the family!"