Old Hunstanton cottages
Old Hunstanton is probably less known than its neighbouring popular seaside town of Hunstanton, however if you want to be guaranteed a relaxing holiday in a peaceful quiet location, with stunning scenery and wonderful views, a cottage break here will be sure to give you this, in a remote area on the North West Royal Norfolk Coast.
There is a large carpark with just a short walk onto the delightful beach, with its variety of beach huts all different in size and colour. Explore extensive sand dunes as well as wide open stretches and you will find it to be notably uncommercialised, in contrast with its neighbour.
Be sure to view the gorgeous banded cliffs, actually in Old Hunstanton, this is where the cliffs are made of layers of red limestone and white chalk, a splendid sight on its own, made truly magical when the beautiful sunsets light up the cliffs as it lowers across the Wash, a unique picturesque sight - understandably popular with photographers and artists.
Perfect for a special occasion – or just because you are on holiday, we would highly recommend The Neptune- a charming 18th century former coaching inn, refurbished to provide an intimate restaurant, serving modern British cuisine and has retained a Michelin Award since 2009, the restaurant has an emphasis on fresh, local produce served in relaxed surroundings with attentive, friendly service.
Also why not walk along the Norfolk Coastal path and enjoy ample birdwatching opportunities at any time of the year, plus visit a number of wildlife reserves close by, such as Holme, Snettisham and Titchwell.