9 May 2016

Coastal Cool: Bliss Blakeney – the first ‘Hometel’ from Bliss

‘Feels Like Home – Works Like a Hotel’


We’re proud to launch our latest and most ambitious project to date, which has been 5 years in the making…

With direct uninterrupted views over marshes, coast and sea, and situated between the villages of Morston and Blakeney on the glorious North Norfolk Coast, Bliss Blakeney is our inaugural ‘Hometel’ concept set in 16 acres of coastal land.

Following other successful projects in Cley Next the Sea and Holt, our latest endeavour draws on the depths of innovation and design from our dedicated team to create our vision of a 21st century coastal estate. As usual we’ve thrown all our energy into pushing the envelope. We believe we have created a landmark home that sets the bar at a new level, acting as a standard for new designs in the future.

The North Norfolk coast is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is already established as one of the UK’s most desirable lifestyle locations. This is the most perfect place for us to launch our first ‘Hometel’ concept delivering its residents the finest standard of living within two and a half hours’ journey time to London

The design, working in harmony with its location, provides an incredible array of understated yet daringly attractive features that capture the energy of the surrounding area, mixing elegantly with the themes of the North Norfolk coast. Picture dark wood, geometric design and well thought out space that manages to pinpoint the balance between modernity and laid back countryside life.

‘Hometel’ provides luxuries that you would normally associate with the convenience of a hotel stay that are wrapped in a warm blanket of homely indulgence. It’s our take on a piece of paradise, serving as a home, a meeting place, a retreat and a refuge to recharge the batteries, whilst providing all the resources to remain connected and engaged with the wider world.
We think you might be impressed.

To find out more contact Emma on …

T: +44 20 7486 1717

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