The Kings Arms

A distinctive feature of this Grade II=listed inn is the date 1760 visible on the roof, although the inn itself is actually as much as 100 years older.

The seven stylishly decorated rooms, which offer splendid views over the marshes towards the sea, come in a range of sizes – including some suitable for families – and are well-equipped with facilities, such as a kitchen area with microwave in one room.

The restaurant is famed for its fresh seafood dishes, delivered with flair by head chef Gary Arlow. An extensive range of bar meals is also served.

Blakeney, a charming village of cobbled cottages in narrow streets, was once one of England’s largest ports, before silting up and becoming navigable only to small vessels. Among these are the pleasure boats to Blakeney Point, a National Trust nature reserve, home to the adorable basking seals and a bird sanctuary.

The dramatically changing Heritage Coast with its huge skies, sand dunes, salt marshes, unspoilt beaches and timeless villages can easily be explored by road or the Norfolk Coast Path hiking trail.

The Georgian market town Holt, just a short journey away, boasts an array of boutiques, galleries and bistros, while the cathedral city of Norwich is a fifty-minute drive.

Principal Contact:
Nic Davies
+44 (0)1263 740341


The Kings Arms
Westgate Street
NR25 7NQ

52.954337 1.014482

The Kings Arms

Selected Features

  • Double Room from: £80
  • Number of Rooms: 7
  • Children welcome
  • Family suite room
  • Log fire
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Dogs welcome

Nearby Attractions

Eating Out


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