The quieter sibling of Hunstanton, a small traditional village with a lot of charm plus a great beach perfect for relaxing. Home to the Le Strange Estate, who are responsible for creating the resort of Hunstanton in the mid 19th century.
Crafts and Antiques at Le Strange Old Barns. Meandering through the sand dunes and quaint beach huts. Followed by a relaxing drink at The Lodge or The Ancient Mariners. Drifwood Mirrors at The Strandline. Fine Food at Michelin starred restaurant The Neptune. Sandy Bottom, a great beach hut to hire. For availability and weekly rates visit www.sea-glimpse.co.uk. Driftwood Mirrors and other coastal creations made by the talented Alison at The Strandline. Catching the sun setting directly over the beach.
Perfect beach for
Lying in the dunes and walking barefoot in the soft sand. Also popular with wind and kite surfers.
Did you know?
History dictates that the head of the Le Strange family also carries the title The Hereditary Lord High Admiral of the Wash and may claim possession of anything on the beach or in the sea for ‘as far as a man riding a horse can throw a spear’.
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