The Harbour Room & Blakeney
Blakeney Harbour Room
The Harbour Room was completed in 2005. It was built to replace a wooden hall which was donated to the ex-servicemen of Blakeney in 1923. The Harbour Room provides a community hub for the local people of Blakeney and visitors alike. A quiet drink with friends, catching up on premier sporting events or enjoying one of the many live bands or folk events that the Harbour Room is proud to host, it is a great place to visit and one of North Norfolk’s premier live music venues. There’s a family and pet friendly bar area and large garden welcoming visitors to Blakeney and North Norfolk.
Breakfasts served Friday to Sunday, Fish and Chips Fridays and Sumptuous Sunday Roasts. Car Parking is available and free to visitors using the Harbour Room facilities. Sky sports featuring premier live league action and all the major sporting events, Pool Table also available.
Blakeney is situated on the North Norfolk coast in an area of outstanding natural beauty and remains largely untouched by the pace and commercialism of modern life.
The village is recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086 and until 100 years ago, it was a flourishing port for North Sea trade.
The picturesque harbour is now a popular spot for sailors and visitors wishing to take one of the daily trips to the Nature Reserve at Blakeney Point.
Visitors cannot fail to be impressed by Blakeney’s charm, whether it is the winding streets of flint cottages, the Nature Reserve or the unspoilt beauty of the marshland coast.