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Old Hunstanton Beach

Hunstanton, PE36 6JJ

This is one of the best dog friendly beaches in Norfolk.  It’s less popular with traditional holiday makers and families so with no crowds it’s great for you and your dog.

No Restrictions – You can freely walk your dog on this beach all year round.


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  • Rakesh R
    Rakesh R
    a month ago

    This beach is good for walking but I wouldn’t recommend for swimming. Good cliff view. Parking is expensive at this place. 🅿️ 🫰🤑 🚽Toilets Available above cliff toward 🚖car park exit. Good for children to building castle and playing.

  • Bruna
    3 months ago

    I loved this beach. It’s very clean and there’s really good restaurants around. Definitely bring comfortable shoes as there are a lot of rocks/shells in the water.

  • Chloe Davies
    Chloe Davies
    2 months ago

    Beautiful beach, lots of carparking facilities, public toilets and good little beach shop for an ice-cream or if you forgot your bucket and spade. Cliffs are a must see! This is a typical British seaside beach, it's all pebble shell and stone so remember to bring some shoes you can walk down to the sea in. Not that it's a huge issue, but it's clearly a popular beach so gets extremely busy.

  • James Farnhill
    James Farnhill
    a month ago

    Old Hunstanton has a really nice beach if you want to get away from it all. Dunes at the back are great for kids to play on and if you find a spot just right off Lighthouse Lane the sea comes right in but is shallow enough to be safe for paddling and swimming. There's also a good cafe, the RNLI have a shop for beach stuff and there is a toilet block just off the beach (although bring your own loo roll as they'd run out when we were there).

  • The Magic Rat
    The Magic Rat
    5 months ago

    The beaches in North Norfolk are all similar but each has it’s own unique features which make them a delight to explore. Old Hunstanton beach has colourful cliffs, unusual round boulders, nesting sea birds. As you walk North East towards Holme the beaches become more sandy, dunes offer shelter and sections of marshland are protected for wildlife. Wait for dusk and you may be rewarded with a golden sunset across the sea.

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