Travel Blogs from Morston
Rennie-brewers stayed here on Aug 31, 2010 during their trip titled: The Michelin Guide.
Morston Hall Style Stuffed Marrow
with Old Winchester Foam and Chive Oil
Tempura of Locally Caught Cod
with Chips and Tartare Sauce
Roasted Breast of Telmara Duck
with Garlic Mashed Potato, Sauteed Spinach
Warm Chocolate Fondant
with Amaretto Ice Cream
... interesting and after an hour or so of enduring the breeze we hose to give up and try somewhere else.
Salyhouse was our next stop, a few miles east along the prettiest section of the A149. The end of the beach road that reaches the shingle bank that eventually becomes Blakeney Point is another well-known site for over-wintering birds, this time Snow Buntings and more interestingly Lapland Buntings, one of which had been reported from here the day before at ...
... The motorway wasn’t too bad but there was a tail back from the M6 to get onto the A14 which probably took 30 minutes to get through. Our aim was to be in Hunstanton before 8:30 p.m. so that we could get checked in and head over to the Waterside where they serve food until 9 p.m.
The drive was mainly ok although we got stuck behind a couple of slow moving vehicles on the A141 again. However we 'phoned the pub to check that ...
... summer. On the plus side my mum made me a mean bacon sandwich, done my washing and I witnessed Ben malardho eat some food without safari watch filming him. Don't worry there will be more specials live from nandos on animal planet very soon. Let's hope tomorrow will be more successful. But in true Mark Pitt style I will still be running the airport shops with my head up my **** and a pocket full of money trying to get ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed