Old Hunstanton is happily stuck in about 1950. Quiet and unspoilt cottages with the chalk and warm carstone from our stripy cliffs
Opposite the house, an old smugglers footpath leads to a wide sandy beach backed by sand dunes and a championship golf club and the long distance coastal path which intersects with Peddars Way at Holme Village.
There is a lifeboat station and beach café, a 14th Century Church opposite a picturesque duck pond and the entrance to Le Strange Hall, (grounds are open on Thursdays) which leads to Ringstead Downs, one of the long local walks. Our friendly Post Office and general store is situated on the main road at the top of Sea Lane for all your groceries and your morning newspaper
We boast two pubs and three restaurants in the immediate village all serving good food at modest prices. (All the pubs admit dogs in the bar and, so far, they are allowed on the beach).Miles of good clean safe beach, backed by sand dunes and a glof course. Being on the dry East Coast and facing West we enjoy some spectacular sunsets over the sea, ideal for painters and nature lovers.
"It is idyllic living here. I love it... "
The Wash Monster
Hunstanton Golf Club
North Norfolk Railway( The Poppy Line )
Sandringham Flower Show
The Thursford Collection & Christmas Spectacular
Sandringham Estate, House, Museum & Gardens
Nature Reserves and Local Wildlife
Hunstanton Sea Life Centre
Bean's Boat Trips
Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Holkham Nature Reserve and beach
Pensthorpe Nature Reserve
RSPB Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve Tel: 01485 210779
RSPB Snettisham Nature Reserve Tel. 01485 542689
Holme Nature Reserve
Blakeney Point (National Trust)
Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve (Hawk & Owl Trust)
Cley Marshes Tel: 01263 740008
Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path