Morston is situated 1 mile east of Blakeney on the coast road, and is dominated by All Saints Church which stands on a small hill overlooking the marshes. This coastal haven is the largest sheltered harbour on the North Norfolk coast and within these shelters is Blakeney Point, home to one of the largest colonies of common and grey seals. From Morston Quay you can climb aboard one of the boats that allows you a close up look at the seals and bird life that nest within the various habitats.

Part of the National Trust, Morston quay has its own information centre with an observation tower that gives a stunning panoramic view of the Blakeney point and the lifeboat house. Morston is also home to the intimate but grand country house hotel, Morston Hall


If you are interested to find out more about Morston and all that this coastal village has to offer, then we have listed some useful websites for your information.


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