Exploring the area near Morston

Seal trips

Temples Seal Trips

Explore the natural environment and local inhabitants of Blakeney Point on the Norfolk Coast with Temples Seal Trips. A 'must do' experience, Temples can be found on the North Norfolk Coast and offer a trip out on their red and white boats to see the seals in their natural environment. Contact Temples Seal Trips for more information.

North norfolk coastal path

Running from Hunstanton in the North West through to Sea Palling in the North East, the Norfolk Coastal Path offers beautiful trials through an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Norfolk coastal path
Norfolk railway

North Norfolk Railway

As one of Britain's most scenic heritage railways, the North Norfolk Railway can take you on a 10.5 mile round trip through wooded hills and along the coast in a historic steam train.

Wells beach & harbour

With sweeping beaches and colourful beach huts, Wells Beach is a beautiful place to relax, unwind and enjoy the sea air.

Wells Beach
Holkham house

Holkham Hall

Holkham Hall is a palladian hall privately owned by the Earl of Leicester. The house's treasures and deer park is open to the public daily.

Blakeney Harbour

Blakeney Harbour is located between Sheringham and Wells-next-the-Sea and was originally a medieval commercial port, known for transporting spices and cloth. It is now a great spot for salt marsh walks and watching fishing boats come in.

Blakeney Harbour

Make A Booking at the Anchor Inn, Morston

If you plan to bring your dog or have any dietary conditions please let us know when booking so we can properly accommodate you.