Morston Hall is an Michelin stared intimate country house hotel and restaurant with its origins in the 17th century. It is located two miles from Blakeney on the north Norfolk coast. Opposite the entrance for the quay, seal trips and National Trust costal path. Morston Hall has won great praise from regional and national press - including as East Anglia Small Hotel of the Year, and is recognised for its outstanding cuisine and high standard of accommodation.
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