8. Old Hunstanton – Norfolk

Old Hunstanton, sitting in the north western corner of Norfolk, was a delightful surprise after our first view of the beach at Hunstanton – (we were at the very northern end of the beach, and it was not particularly nice).

Having cycled along the promenade we found the real Hunstanton, which was lovely, and eventually came across Old Hunstanton.

The facilites include a large carpark, toilets, a café, a restaurant & pub and a lifeboat station.  And the beach features beautiful dunes and beach huts 🙂



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