Brancaster

Brancaster in West Norfolk, firm shimmering sands seeded with Marram grass stretch as far as the eye can see. Here most of the coastline is owned by the National Trust and consists of sandy beaches, stretches of salt marshes and sandy dunes. On the coast and 5 miles (8km) from Hunstanton.

Brancaster

Brancaster in West Norfolk, Romans gave the name Branodunum to this coastal village and built a fort here which they in turn called "Branoduni Castra". On the coast and 5 miles (8km) from Hunstanton.

Brancaster Staithe

Brancaster Staithe in West Norfolk, lots of the locals sell fresh mussels from their houses and a walk down to the harbour takes you through whelk sheds where your feet will crunch on the myriad of discarded shells from these busy sheds. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 8 miles (13km) from Hunstanton.

Brancaster Staithe

Brancaster Staithe in West Norfolk, the small harbour is the only legacy of the former boating history of this small Norfolk Village. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 8 miles (13km) from Hunstanton.

Burnham Market

Burnham Market in West Norfolk, popular with visitors at all times of the year and always hums with its own energy even on a cold winters day. There is always a hustle and bustle about Burnham Market, especially around the village green, the heart of the community. 3 miles (5km) from the coast 10 miles (17km) from Hunstanton.

Burnham Norton

Burnham Norton in West Norfolk, sits in splendid isolation tucked away down a lane off the main coastal road. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 9 miles (15km) from Hunstanton.

Burnham Norton

Burnham Norton in West Norfolk, this hamlet of a handful of properties enjoys stunning views across the marshy foreshore, where cattle graze on the salt marshes of Norton Marsh. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 9 miles (15km) from Hunstanton.

Burnham Overy Staithe

Burnham Overy Staithe in West Norfolk, a small picturesque coastal village with salt marshes and channels out to the sea. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 11 miles (17km) from Hunstanton.

Burnham Overy Staithe

Burnham Overy Staithe in West Norfolk, in the cooler months, the area becomes almost deserted with only the cries of the gulls and the tingling of the halyards on the small boats for company. It’s a lovely place in any season. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 11 miles (17km) from Hunstanton.

Burnham Overy Tower Mill

The six storey high Burnham Overy Tower Mill.

Burnham Thorpe

Burnham Thorpe in Norfolk, retains its off the beaten track atmosphere, surprising when you consider its connections with the illustrious Horatio Nelson who was born in the village. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 9 miles (15km) from Hunstanton.

Castle Acre

Castle Acre in West Norfolk, the main entrance into this attractive little village is through a 13th century flint gateway, which would have also been the way the pilgrims used to enter hundreds of years ago.14 miles (22km) from the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Hunstanton.

Castle Acre Priory

Castle Acre in West Norfolk, the historical ruins at Castle Acre are managed by English Heritage and have been been described as one of the finest in southern England.14 miles (22km) from the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Hunstanton.

Castle Acre Ruins

Castle Acre in West Norfolk, the castle, now only ruins, are still impressive and have wide ranging views of the valley and the River Nar. In days past the River Nar was navigable all the way up to the Wash from Castle Acre. 14 miles (22km) from the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Hunstanton.

Castle Acre West Norfolk

Castle Acre in West Norfolk situated beside the River Nar, with its magnificient Priory and Castle ruins. As you walk around note some of the street names such as Chimney Street and Cuckstool Street. 14 miles (22km) from the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Hunstanton.

Castle Rising

Castle Rising in West Norfolk, with the large remains of a Norman Castle, managed by English Heritage. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 10 miles (16km) from Hunstanton.

Castle Rising

Castle Rising in West Norfolk. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 10 miles (16km) from Hunstanton.

Castle Rising

Castle Rising in West Norfolk has a church with a quirky roof design and interesting Norman West porch.4 miles (6km) from the coast and 10 miles (16km) from Hunstanton.

Castle Rising

Castle Rising in West Norfolk, according to legend the screams of Queen Isabella (the She Wolf of France) are said to ring out on nights of the full moon in this small vilalge. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 10 miles (16km) from Hunstanton.

Denver Windmill

Denver Windmill in West Norfolk, a working windmill set on the edge of the Fens in rual Norfolk.Your visit will include a chance to explore the whole windmill site and enjoy a unique guided tour right to the very top of the windmill tower. Tearoom and bakery also on site.

Dersingham

Dersingham in West Norfolk a place of ginger bread houses (constructed of carstone and flint) complimented by many modern day properties. (4km) from the coast and 6 miles (10km) from Hunstanton.

Dersingham

Dersingham in West Norfolk, the church of St. Nicholas at Dersingham is a listed building which dates from the 15th century. (4km) from the coast and 6 miles (10km) from Hunstanton.

Dersingham

Dersingham in West Norfolk syrounded by woods and countryside. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 6 miles (10km) from Hunstanton.

Dersingham

Dersingham in West Norfolk nestles in the embrace of the Royal Estate of Sandringham. (4km) from the coast and 6 miles (10km) from Hunstanton.

Docking

Docking in West Norfolk, surrounded by undulating countryside. 6 miles (9km) from the coast and 6 miles (9km) from Hunstanton.

Gt. Massingham

Great Massingham in West Norfolk, a charming little village with brick flint and cobble cottages dating from the 18th and 19th century clustering around two huge ponds. 10 miles (17km) from the coast and 13 miles (22km) from Hunstanton.

Heacham

Heacham in West Norfolk, many of the local houses have been built from red carrstone, which is a feature of this part of Norfolk. On the coast and 2 miles (3km) from Hunstanton.

Heacham

Heacham in West Norfolk, famous for being the home of Norfolk Lavender and its surrounding lavender fields. On the coast and 2 miles (3km) from Hunstanton.

Holme Beach

Holme-next-the-Sea in West Norfolk, long sandy beaches. On the coast and 3 miles (5km) from Hunstanton.

Holme-next-the-Sea

Holme-next-the-Sea in West Norfolk, there are large expanses of coastal marshes and sandy beaches to be discovered in this area. On the coast and 3 miles (5km) from Hunstanton.

Holme-next-the-Sea

Holme in West Norfolk, the Peddars Way, a long distance footpath, which runs for 45 miles from Knettishall in Suffolk to Holme next the Sea where it links up with the Norfolk Coast Path. On the coast and 3 miles (5km) from Hunstanton.

Holme-next-the-Sea

Holme in West Norfolk, this seaside village has a friendly village inn. On the coast and 3 miles (5km) from Hunstanton.

Holme-next-the-Sea

Holme in West Norfolk, the Norfolk Coastal Path that runs all the way to Cromer can also be picked up from here, so there are plenty of opportunities for short or long strolls. On the coast and 3 miles (5km) from Hunstanton.

Holme-next-the-Sea

Holme-next-the-Sea in West Norfolk, located in Area designated of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Here you will find quiet beaches with a small amount of shingle, backed by Marram grass covered sand dunes. On the coast and 3 miles (5km) from Hunstanton.

Hunstanton

Hunstanton in West Norfolk, a fair complete with doughnuts, candyfloss, seaside rock and many many rides, sits by the seafront. On the coast.

Hunstanton

Hunstanton in West Norfolk, where during the summer months bands play music on the green on Sunday afternoons. On the coast.

Hunstanton

Hunstanton in West Norfolk, majestic and unusual coloured cliffs rise some 60 feet high and run along the beach for ¾ mile. On the coast.

Hunstanton

Hunstanton in West Norfolk, colourful and extensive gardens butt up against the sea shore where you can chose from either pitch and putt or seek out one of the many hidden seats and while a way the time with a good book. On the coast.

Hunstanton

Hunstanton in West Norfolk, locals call Hunstanton ‘Sunny Hunny’ as it is known for its superb sunsets, although on the East Coast Hunstanton actually faces West. On the coast.

Hunstanton

Hunstanton in West Norfolk, take a walk along the extensive promenade, which extends as far as Snettisham. On the coast.

Hunstanton

Hunstanton in West Norfolk, where you can enjoy all the traditional coastal attractions, such as donky rides on the beach, a trip round the town in a Road Train, or if you’re feeling more adventurous a ride on a sea buggy, which trawls up and down the coast.

Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn in West Norfolk, this historic town is located on the river Ouse and there is still a working port here with a riverside frontage and places to sit where you can watch the Lynn boats steam in. 3 miles (6km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Hunstanton.

Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn in West Norfolk, a place where you can find an extensive collection of buildings from many different eras - Medieval, Georgian, Tudor and Elizabethan. 3 miles (6km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Hunstanton.

Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn in West Norfolk, the past has left its imprint on the streets and alleyways of Kings Lynn, unsurprising when you think that the town first entered the history books in the year 1101. 3 miles (6km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Hunstanton.

Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn in West Norfolk, it is easy to imagine here that the footsteps you hear behind you belong to a wealthy merchant, hurrying down to the docks to examine the cargo his ship has just brought in.3 miles (6km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Hunstanton.

Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn in West Norfolk, in The Walks Park on 'Lady Hill' is an unusual octagonal building made from red brick, this is Red Mount Chapel. 3 miles (6km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Hunstanton.

Kings Lynn

Kings Lynn in West Norfolk, Lynn is a place best explored on foot as its narrow streets and lanes are more suited to a bygone age.3 miles (6km) from the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Hunstanton.

North Creake

North Creake in West Norfolk an attractive rurual village. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Hunstanton.

North Creake

North Creake in West Norfolk, sits in an area well known for its sailing, walking, cycling and bird watching. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Hunstanton.

North Creake

North Creake in West Norfolk, with a fine church, ruins of an Augustinian priory and friendly local pub,which serves excellent meals from an extensive menu. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Hunstanton.

Old Hunstanton

Old Hunstanton in West Norfolk, with its large sandy beaches. On the coast and 1 miles (2km) from Hunstanton.

Old Hunstanton

Old Hunstanton in West Norfolk, in the village is the Old Strange Barns, the antique barn offers collectable items from several dealers and a wide range of inspirational giftware and cards. On the coast and 1 miles (2km) from Hunstanton.

Old Hunstanton

Old Hunstanton in West Norfolk, the light of the lighthouse was extinguished at the outbreak of the First World War and was never rekindled. On the coast.

Old Hunstanton

Old Hunstanton in West Norfolk, with its sand dunes lined with colourful beach huts. On the coast and 1 miles (2km) from Hunstanton.

Old Hunstanton

Old Hunstanton in West Norfolk, Originally a fishing village, Old Hunstanton can trace its history back to AD 855 when St. Edmund was shipwrecked here. On the coast and 1 mile (2km) from Hunstanton.

Ringstead

Ringstead in West Norfolk, surrounded by gently rolling landscape, wildlife flora and fauna, it's a perfect spot for those looking for a peaceful base yet close enough to all the visitor attractions that this part of Norfolk has to offer. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 2 miles (3km) from Hunstanton.

Sandringham

Sandringham in West Norfolk, the Royal Estate of Sandringham is one of the Queens country estates, purchased in the spring of 1882 from the Hon Charles Spencer Cowper as a country estate for the Prince of Wales by Queen Victoria.

Sandringham gardens

Sandringham in West Norfolk, the house, set in 60 acres of stunning gardens, is perhaps the most famous stately home in Norfolk and is at the heart of the 20000-acre Sandringham Estate.

Snettisham

Snettisham in West Norfolk, the church of St. Mary’s with its tall spire has the most exquisitely decorated tracery flowers on the west window. On the coast and 4 miles (6km) from Hunstanton.

Snettisham

Snettisham in West Norfolk, a traditional Norfolk village with a non commercial atmosphere. Many of the houses are built from the local iron-rich carrstone. These golden brown buildings are known as gingerbread houses by the locals. On the coast and 4 miles (6km) from Hunstanton.

Snettisham

Snettisham in West Norfolk, is made up of two halves, with the common land coast and beach cut off from the village by a bypas. On the coast and 4 miles (6km) from Hunstanton.

South Creake

South Creake in West Norfolk, situated in rolling countryside and within easy reach of popular market towns has a friendly local pub. 7 miles (11km) from the coast 12 miles (19km) from Hunstanton.

South Creake

South Creake in West Norfolk, the River Burn flows through the village and to reach their homes locals have to cross over small wooden bridges. 7 miles (11km) from the coast 12 miles (19km) from Hunstanton.

South Creake

South Creake in West Norfolk, in the village are public tennis courts, cycle hire. Summer months sees the attraction of the Amazing Maize Maze. 7 miles (11km) from the coast 12 miles (19km) from Hunstanton.

South Creake

South Creake in West Norfolk, this picturesque part of Norfolk offers plenty of places to visit. 7 miles (11km) from the coast 12 miles (19km) from Hunstanton.

Stanhoe

Stanhoe in West Norfolk is a picturesque village with a large duck pond and friendly local pub. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 8 miles (13km) from Hunstanton.

Ten Mile Bank

Ten Mile Bank in West Norfolk, is a fenland hamlet located between Hilgay Fen and Great West Fen. 18 miles (29km) from the coast and 28 miles (45km) from Hunstanton.

Thornham

Thornham in West Norfolk, secluded beaches with excellent sands can be reached after a long walk out along the Norfolk Coastal Path. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 4 miles 7km from Hunstanton.

Thornham

Thornham in West Norfolk renowned for its natural beauty and a popular place for bird watchers with mile upon mile of beautiful marshes etched by veins of salt water. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 4 miles 7km from Hunstanton.

Thornham

Thornham in West Norfolk, a place that once thrived as much on smuggling as it did on other activities. 2 miles (3km) from the coast and 4 miles 7km from Hunstanton.

Titchwell

Titchwell in West Norfolk, much of the area this part of Norfolk was wrestled from the sea by the building of dykes and sea walls going back to beyond Roman times. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 5 miles (8km) from Hunstanton.

Titchwell

Titchwell in West Norfolk, famous for the RSPB Reserve, which attracts many birds including waders and dabbling duck while damp meadows provide a site for winter geese and grazing duck.2 miles (4km) from the coast and 5 miles (8km) from Hunstanton.

Upwell

Upwell in West Norfolk, a sprawling village on the River Nene on the border of Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.

Wolferton

Wolferton in West Norfolk, a tranquil village located in a froth of woodland greenery. 1 mile (2km) from the coast and 8 miles (12km) from Hunstanton.

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