Fun beach house for families. Hunny Pot is situated in Hunstanton and within touching distance of the Norfolk Coast Footpath in a spectacular location just off the cliffside in northwest Norfolk. Hunstanton, (or ‘Sunny Hunny’ as it’s known locally), is renowned for its unique striped cliffs and magnificent sunsets.
The house provides a great outdoor social area with a secure, private garden and games room. The games room comes with a pool table, darts board, foosball table and flatscreen TV. The stylish interior has been finished to a high standard with wooden flooring, two super king bedrooms (both with flexible options) and one double, and a luxurious well-equipped kitchen with separate utility room.
For days out, head down onto the beach with your picnic and turn west into Hunstanton, then catch the Wash Monster from the promenade for a coastal tour or seal safari. Alternatively, head east towards Old Hunstanton – marvelling at the views along the way and enjoying well deserved refreshments at the iconic Old Town Beach Café (formerly the Lifeboat station) situated opposite the RNLI.
The new kid on the block is available to book now – and you are in for a stylish seaside treat! A contemporary property with an enclosed private garden, it is the perfect coastal getaway for the whole family. Just a short stroll from the beach and within easy reach of Hunstanton town centre, North Norfolk’s abundant elegance and charm is at your fingertips and ready for you to explore. Sleeping up to 6 guests – with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms – and with a spacious open-plan living area and kitchen, it is ideal for larger parties.
With its spectacular sunsets and striped cliffs, the Victorian seaside town of Hunstanton is one of Norfolk’s most distinctive seaside resorts.
Famous for being the only town on the East coast of England that actually faces West, makes “Sunny Hunny” truly unique where you can sit back and relax while watching the sun setting over the sea.
Developed as a seaside resort by Henry L’Estrange in the mid-1800s, Hunstanton today boasts a variety of charming Victorian attractions, wide sandy beach and award-winning floral displays in the stunning Esplanade Gardens, part of the town’s Horticultural Trail, which is particularly impressive in spring and summer.
Hunstanton’s most popular attractions include the Sea Life Sanctuary, Oasis Leisure Centre, Princess Theatre and the Rainbow Amusement Park.
Away from the seafront, Hunstanton’s historic town centre has a quiet village feel with local carrstone cottages, traditional pubs, tea rooms and independent shops.
Welcoming pubs, modern restaurants and traditional cafés can all be found in and around Hunstanton. The Lodge, just five minutes down the road in Old Hunstanton, serves food all day from breakfast and brunch to afternoon tea and a dedicated Vegan menu. The modern bar and lounge are perfect for families (including dogs) or there are the formal dining room and private dining for special occasions.
North Norfolk, an area of outstanding natural beauty, is within easy reach from Hunstanton. Dotted with award-winning blue flag beaches, the North Norfolk coast is perfect for walking the many well sign-posted trails, birdwatching at the two local RSPB reserves and sampling (after picking it yourself) the local seafood specialities such as samphire and crabs.
|Nearest||Walking distance||Driving distance|
|Beach||5 minutes||1 minute|
|Town center||16 minutes||3 minutes|
|Local shop / Post Office||10 minutes||1 minute|
|Pub||10 minutes||2 minutes|
|Golf course||15 minutes||4 minutes|
|Supermarket||19 minutes||3 minutes|
|Church||17 minutes||3 minutes|
|Petrol station||–||5 minutes|
|City (Norwich)||–||70 minutes|