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Best things to do in Hunstanton

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Aquarium
“Norfolk's leading marine rescue centre, the seal hospital is busy all year round caring for sick and injured seal pups until, whenever possible, they are well enough to be returned to the wild.”
8 locals recommend
Lodging
“One of those beaches that locals in the know refer to as one of Norfolk's best kept 'secrets'. If the main beach in Hunstanton is a touch too bustling for your tastes then go a little further along the north Norfolk coast to Old Hunstanton. ”
4 locals recommend
Premise
“Very kiss-me-quick but great for an afternoon with the children. Crazy golf, rides, sealife centre, ice-creams - you get the picture...”
5 locals recommend
Lodging
“It's just at the top of the road, they do good gastro pub food (the steak sandwich is ace, so is the Sunday roast) and show sport. ”
4 locals recommend
Movie Theater
“An intimate theatre venue situated with the best views in Hunstanton. Showcasing top quality live performances, top acts, films and live theatre screenings.”
2 locals recommend
Administrative Area Level 4
“Old Hunstanton was originally a fishing village which dates back to AD 855 when St. Edmund was shipwrecked here. Now it is a sought after coastal holiday village which is only a mile from the livelier seaside resort of Hunstanton. There is a huge sandy beach and cliffs at Old Hunstanton which makes it popular with families, dog walkers and kite-surfers throughout the year. It is also home to the highly regarded Hunstanton championship golf course which is situated behind the dunes to the east of the village. There is a good choice of local places to eat and drink with The Lodge hotel and bar, Le Strange Arms, the Michelin starred Neptune restaurant and an excellent village shop/deli. The bustling seaside town of Hunstanton is close by with its wider range of shops, Sealife Centre, funfair, amusements, bowling, swimming pool, theatre and crazy golf.”
4 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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“Small, but in town and has everything you need with out having to go to Tesco's”
1 local recommends
Cafe
2 locals recommend
Food
“a wonderful deli, owned by two lovely people. stocks all kinds of local produce. Great cheese counter ”
3 locals recommend
Administrative Area Level 4
“Lovely old Victorian seaside town. Eat fish and chips on the green, walk along the seafront and explore the beach. A must!”
3 locals recommend
Bus Station
“This bus service stops outside the Jolly Sailors Pub and is about 100 yards from your accommodation.”
3 locals recommend
Cafe
“Walk along the beach for breakfast, past the beach huts at Hunstanton. They have everything from proper full english (including with homemade bubble and squeak) and bacon butties to great vegan combinations. If you are walking the dogs, they are welcome too. Visit the new Lifeboat Station afterwards - you can see the hovercraft - one of only 4 being used in the UK. It saves lives - rescuing people from the marsh and the sand dunes when they fail to keep an eye on the tides and get stranded. ”
3 locals recommend
Locality
“Hunstanton is a coastal town and resort facing the Blue Flag beaches of the Wash. You can watch the sunset over the sea as it is the only town on the east coast that faces west. The beaches are long and sandy and the town is famous for its magnificent striped cliffs. There are two supermarkets and a good range of shops and places to eat. For the golfers there is the superb championship course of Hunstanton golf club. The Royal Sandringham Estate is only a short distance away with its famous house and gardens. ”
17 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Donkey rides, ice creams, Sea Tours, beach combing, Fair Ground just off beach promenade”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
2 locals recommend