Here you will find the famous Wash Monsters that are a regular sight along the coastal shores of Hunstanton. You can take a trip along the coastline to capture panoramic views of Hunstanton's candy-striped cliffs or visit the sand banks for a memorable experience of the Wash. All with guided tours and the safe care of Captain Willie and his crew.
Hunstanton's location makes it the perfect base for exploring the surrounding coast and countryside of North and West Norfolk. Norfolk, and in particular Hunstanton, is the perfect base for a fun packed family holiday. Sandringham House, Holkham Hall, Snettisham Park at Snettisham, Norfolk Lavender at Heacham, Hunstanton's Sealife Aquarium, RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell plus much, much more.
Sandy Norfolk Beaches
Starting with Hunstanton's life guard patrolled bathing beach just two hundred yards away, the coast of North Norfolk can lead you on an odyssey of marshlands, sandy beaches, coastal walks, bird and nature reserves, plus quaint coastal villages.
Hunstanton centre is just a short walk along the promenade where you can visit local speciality shops for that unique gift, or why not make your own with Paint Me Ceramics. Children will love creating or decorating fun pottery and painting.
Jump aboard the Searles Land Train to the lighthouse and experience the soft sand dunes of Old Hunstanton beach. Do walk across the putting green to Le Strange Old Barns for handmade crafts and gifts.
For a great family day out, just a few minutes drive, do visit Snettisham Park and enjoy a deer safari, well worth the trip.
Water Sports & Hobbies
Hunstanton is renown for superb conditions to take up a water sports hobby. Local training and schooling is available for kitesurfing from £49, windsurfing from £39, and paddleboarding from only £29, and so much more from Hunstanton Watersports , Hunstanton. Click here for further details & contact: http://www.hunstantonwatersports.com/
Alternatively all ages can enjoy eco ice skating at Oasis Leisure Centre in Hunstanton as well as squash courts, play centre,a family swimming pool with aqua slide.
Coasthopper Bus - your ticket to the Norfolk Coast
For an environmentally friendly trip around North Norfolk, take the Coasthopper Bus from Hunstanton, along the coast stopping off at Wells & Walsingham and onto Cromer and beyond.
Anmer Hall is the country home for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and is situated in the Norfolk village of Anmer in England, about two miles east of The Queen's residence at Sandringham. William and Kate along with young Prince George and Princess Charlotte intend to spend alot of their time at this Norfolk home. http://www.anmerhall.com/
Sandringham House & Royal Estate
Sandringham House has been the private home of four generations of Sovereigns since 1862. The Queen and other members of the Royal Family regularly spend Christmas at Sandringham and make it their official base until February each year. http://www.sandringhamestate.co.uk/
Other local places to visit include, Holkham Hall, Snettisham Park at Snettisham, Norfolk Lavender at Heacham, Hunstanton's Sealife Aquarium, RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell plus much, much more.