History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The Guildhall is managed by the Blakeney Parish Council and is well signposted from the quay area.
The first time I visited the interior was open to access, but now there is an iron grill across the entrance, and you have to peer through the grill into the interior to get a reasonable look at the striking brick vaulting. You can walk around one side of the building, and get a close look at the brick and stone construction. The guildhall is not a building that will take long to explore, but it is an interesting example of a late medieval house, with extremely good ground floor vaulting.
About Blakeney Guildhall
Address: Mariners Hill, High Street, Blakeney, Norfolk, England, NR25 7NA
Attraction Type: Historic Building
Location: Faciing the waterfront in Blakeney, off the A149. Open access site.
Website: Blakeney Guildhall
English Heritage - see also: English Heritage memberships (official website)
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express
Opening Details: Open access site, usually accessible at any reasonable time
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