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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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  • Blueprints of Britain

    This is one of the best beaches in Norfolk, a gem on the Norfolk coast! A walk on the beach with its magnificent cliffs is stunning. We enjoyed exploring the wreck of the ship as well as looking for small marine creatures in the tiny pools created by the tide. This is definitely a perfect place for a day out. The beach is busy during weekends, but because it's quite long, you will not find it disturbing. We recommend to come when it's sunny as that's when the cliffs are the most beautiful. There is paid parking at the top of the cliffs and a little cafe where you can buy snacks or sandwiches. Make sure to check out the tides before arriving and visit when it's low tide. Otherwise, you won't be able to access the beaches. Our tip: this beach is a great place for watching the sunset! :)

  • Marie Cook
    Marie Cook
    a month ago

    This is a beautiful beach to walk along,, goes from the white lighthouse down to Holme beach, a great sandy beach and sand dunes. If your staying in the Le Strange Arms this is well worth a walk along after breakfast or before your evening meal.

  • Laura
    Laura
    a week ago

    Excellent parking close to the beach. Wasn't too busy for a school holiday week at peak time. Lots of dunes to explore and space to play.

  • DMJ AM
    DMJ AM
    5 months ago

    Perfect beach for a late autumn walk with the dogs. When the tide is out there are acres of sand to enjoy but be aware that the tide comes in very quickly!

  • Lukasz Taborski
    Lukasz Taborski
    5 months ago

    If you want to spend part of the day in this part of Norfolk, this is one of the places to walk for a few hours. Starting from the old beach heading towards Scold Head Reserve. With every minute you will be more and more fascinated by the natural beauty of the east coast.

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