A Norfolk walk has been featured in a Lonely Planet writer's top 20 British walks.

The 12-mile, four-hour trail in north Norfolk made Tom Hall's list in the Daily Mail, which reveals walks with beautiful scenery and peaceful settings that are easily done in a day.

A walk of two halves, the Norfolk hike starts with a loop around Blakeney Freshes, followed by a stroll down the coast to Blakeney Point.

Blakeney Freshes is a large freshwater marsh offering good opportunities for birdwatching and Blakeney Point is home to England’s largest grey seal colony, with more than 4,000 pups born there each winter.

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Eastern Daily Press: The article recommends a stop at the Kings Arms in BlakeneyThe article recommends a stop at the Kings Arms in Blakeney (Image: Matthew Usher)The second part of the walk starts in Blakeney and loops through to the village of Cley before heading onto the coastal path.

Hall rates the difficulty of the walk as easy and recommends the Kings Arms in Blakeney as a stop for refreshments.

Hall is the author of the Lonely Planet Best Day Walks Great Britain which features a variety of 60 walks of different lengths and difficulties.