The small flint and cobbled village of
Stiffkey sits on the A149 Coastal Road in North Norfolk.
A trek across the marshes will eventually bring you to
the sandy beaches of Stiffkey, the tidal line is often
two miles from the village.
The Norfolk coastal path (LDP) runs along this part of
the coast, there is a very small hide from which you can
watch the wildlife or shelter from the elements on a
long walk during the winter months. In one direction the
path takes you to Morston and in the other direction the
town of Wells-next-the-Sea.
Summer months bring sea lavender and sea aster and lots
of wading birds to this part of the coast.
The Stiffkey Stores provides a useful range of everday
goods, fresh bread and newspapers. The local pub the Red
Lion has a wonderful atmosphere on both summer and
winter days. The main menu is changed every few
weeks depending on the seasonal availability of