Morston Hall

‘An amazingly gorgeous hotel,’ writes a reader this year, of Tracy and Galton Blackiston’s restaurant-with-rooms, ‘ideally located’ for a seal trip to Blakeney Point. More

Contact details

NR25 7AA
01263 741041

Hotel information


13. 6 on ground floor, 100 yds from house, in garden pavilion, 1, in main house, suitable for disabled.


all year except 24–26 Dec, 1–31 Jan.


reading lounge, sun lounge, conservatory, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 3-acre garden (pond, croquet), restaurant wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.

Background music



all ages welcomed.


allowed in bedrooms, some public rooms, not in restaurant.

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Amex, MasterCard, Visa.


per person D,B&B single occupancy £255–£310, double £180–£210. Set dinner £75.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘An amazingly gorgeous hotel,’ writes a reader this year, of Tracy and Galton Blackiston’s restaurant-with-rooms, ‘ideally located’ for a seal trip to Blakeney Point. Bedrooms in the main house are in traditional country house style; those in the garden pavilion more contemporary, with separate sitting area and private terrace. ‘Our room was excellent, with sheets and blankets, fresh milk in the minibar.’ Bathroom lighting was ‘a bit severe’. Some bathrooms have a spa bath, a monsoon shower. In the dining room overlooking the garden, guests sit down to a daily-changing menu of Michelin-starred cooking by Mr Blackiston and Greg Anderson. ‘No choice, but the seven-plus-course dinner is delightful. Everything seems to be made on the premises, including delicious bread.’ It is served with due ceremony, being ‘indeed a sort of drama, with meticulously dressed staff producing items like clockwork’. Sample dishes: salt-baked celeriac, Baron Bigod cheese; Earl Stonham Wagyu beef, bordelaise sauce; hazelnut bavarois, chocolate sorbet. Breakfast delivers freshly squeezed orange juice, free-range eggs, home-smoked haddock – ‘the best I’ve ever had’. (John Barnes)

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Morston Hall
NR25 7AA

Guest comments

'Amazingly gorgeous. Drama of dinner played out in fine style. Excellent wine list. Excellent breakfast too. Bedroom also excellent, with sheets and blankets. But lighting in bathroom severe. Expensive but worth it. ' - John Barnes - September, 2017
'My third visit. I expect good food in Michelin-star restaurants but Morston Hall has surpassed even two-star restaurants in my opinion. By far the best for seasonal local ingredients, and with knowledge and understanding of flavours needed to put together the seven-course tasting menu. Galton Blackiston, Greg Anderson and all the staff are friendly and enthusiastic about every aspect of your stay. ' - Ray Kirby - April, 2017
'All the staff are lovely and helpful. No lift: seniors might be more comfortable in one of the newer rooms, ground floor near the car park. A muddy walk down to Morston Qua gives a good appetite for your next meal. We enjoyed their 25-year celebration ' - Minda Alexander - March, 2017

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Last updated: October 8, 2018. Information from the 2019 Good Hotel Guide