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Blakeney, United Kingdom

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Delightful BLAKENEY on the north Norfolk coast was once a busy port exporting fish, corn and salt, and is now a lovely little place of pebble-covered cottages sloping up from a narrow harbour. Crab sandwiches are sold from stalls at the quayside, the meandering high street is flanked by family-run shops, and footpaths stretch out along the sea wall to east and west, allowing long, lingering looks over the salt marshes. Blakeney harbour is linked to the sea by a narrow channel, which wriggles its way through the salt marshes. The channel is, however, only navigable for a few hours at high tide – at low tide the …
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Attractive flint and brick bldg overlooking National Trust Harbour - North Norfolk.