Manor Hotel, Blakeney

Address: The Quay, Blakeney, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, NR25 7ND, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on The Quay, Blakeney.
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      Travel Blogs from Blakeney

      New Year in North Norfolk

      A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Jan 02, 2015

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... roman candle and to be on the way within five minutes, but they really did impress! The fifteen minute display was actually very good and worth the time spent standing on the sea wall facing the pier. The only downside was the rain that started to fall just after the fireworks had finished which turned into an absolute downpour by the time we had queued to get back to the car - it was cold and very wet!

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      Reflections on the search for a new story of life

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Nov 22, 2014

      10 comments, 27 photos

      ... and the angle of the Mayday sunrise (Beltane) on the East coast. Beltane was a high spot of the ancient world, when beacons were lit on these sacred sites to welcome the return of BEL the sun god with his power to fertilise the land with the energy of spring and later joining him with his consort the Earth Goddess, to bring forth a bountiful harvest.</i> <i>In ancient times, standing on St Michaels Mount at Beltane would have been a memorable experience; giant fires would ...

      Wroxham Broads

      A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Sep 23, 2014

      16 photos

      ... peat could be easily transported. Later, when rainfall increased, the pits filled with water and so the lakes / broads were formed. The broads are about 9 foot deep and the sides of them are quite steep. There are now 63 broads but there used to be more. Over time, landowners and farmers have filled in some of the broads and others have silted up. The Bure River, which runs through Wroxham, is a tidal river and many of the dykes which connect ...

      Norfolk exploring

      A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Sep 23, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... he would get on board but he did. Plus there was the obligatory dog in tow. We had forgotten just how much the Brits like their dogs and take them everywhere. There must have been at least 4 dogs on our cruise!

      2 other boats like ours all set out from Wroxham to cruise the Broads for one and a half hours. Ian reckons there were about 100 people on each boat. The other boats were filled by oldies from tour buses whereas ours was still full of oldies, apart from ...

      Norwich and parts of north Norfolk

      A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Sep 22, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... lots of signs for shops selling crabs and lobsters. There are quite a number of typical English seafront B & Bs along the Cromer front and a restaurant where 'families and well behaved dogs' were welcome. We wondered whether Tabitha would be acceptable!! At the end of the beach there were a number of beach huts but we were too far away to decide exactly how they compared to our bathing boxes back home in Brighton. They were ...