THE GEORGE is a hotel with a history. Located in Cley-next-the-Sea, it was a victim of the devastating floods of 1953. Additionally this North Norfolk hotel was the home to the inaugural meeting of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. It has become a focal point for bird watchers for many years thanks to its ‘bird bible’ and houses the best restaurant in Cley. The George sits imposingly over the Cley marshes and bird reserve looking out toward Blakeney Harbour.
Here, tranquillity is on the doorstep, thanks to the huge skies, acres of colourful salt-marsh and un-spoilt beaches. The perfect place for a hotel break in Norfolk.
The Norfolk coastal path runs through Cley and the village, with a complete absence of streetlights and a traditional red phone-box is a beautiful, idyllic, north Norfolk brick and flint village. No wonder so many people are enchanted by this stretch of coastline.
Dogs are welcome in the bar and front restaurant, we have a great kiddies menu and on the cold Autumn/winter days we have a roaring open fire going to warm up the cockles of your heart.