The village of Old Hunstanton is located on the North Norfolk coast and can be found next to the larger resort of Hunstanton.
The quiet character of Old Hunstanton makes it an ideal location for a North Norfolk self-catering holiday as it perfectly complements its busy sibling such as the coastal walks along the Norfolk Coast Path and Peddars Way.
St Mary’s Church is a Grade I listed building situated in the grounds of Hunstanton Hall and was built by Sir Hamon le Strange in the 1300s.
Old Hunstanton is also the base for the local RNLI Lifeboat station where you can watch the lifeboat and Hovercraft launch every Sunday morning. Rolling sand dunes and beach huts line Old Hunstanton’s wide sandy and dog-friendly beach.
A popular arts and craft centre, Michelin star restaurant, family and dog-friendly hotel and restaurant and Hunstanton Golf Club with its renowned links course, make Old Hunstanton the ideal base for exploring North Norfolk.
As an area of outstanding natural beauty, North Norfolk is dotted with award-winning blue flag beaches, well sign-posted walking trails, birdwatching at the two local RSPB reserves and sampling (after picking it yourself) a few local seafood specialities such as samphire and crabs.