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Accommodation in West Norfolk

Whatever the type of accommodation in west Norfolk you are looking for, we have a great deal to offer you – from country house hotels to seafront guesthouses, converted barns to farmhouses – you’ll find a great range of places to stay in the region to suit all tastes and budgets.

  • Hunstanton camping morning sunrise just 2 minutes from the Beach

    Hunstanton Camping

    72 South Beach Road, Hunstanton

    Hunstanton Camping & Glamping is an Eco-friendly, Back to Basics Campsite on the edge of the beautiful village of Heacham on the outskirts of Hunstanton. We look out over an area of outstanding natural beauty and are just 2 minutes walk to the beach.

  • Exterior of The Lodge Hotel and Bar in Hunstanton, west Norfolk.

    The Lodge Hotel

    Old Hunstanton Road, Old Hunstanton

    500 yards from quiet sandy beach and Hunstanton Golf Course. A former dower house, it is a listed building. Real ales, wooden floors and food sourced from local producers contribute to a relaxed atmosphere. Open all year.

  • The exterior of Briarfields Hotel in Titchwell.

    Briarfields Hotel

    Main Road, Hunstanton

    Situated next to Titchwell RSPB and Royal West Norfolk Golf Club at Brancaster. Old beams and oak floor, log fire, excellent bar food and a large restaurant offering seasonal dishes. Afternoon teas, real ales and good selection of wines.

  • The exterior of Caley Hall Hotel in Old Hunstanton.

    Caley Hall Hotel

    Old Hunstanton Road, Old Hunstanton

    The bar, restaurant and chalet style rooms have been converted from 17th Century farm buildings.

  • A Le Strange Arms Hotel bedroom in Old Hunstanton, West Norfolk.

    Le Strange Arms Hotel

    Golf Course Road, Old Hunstanton

    An inviting hotel overlooking the sea with extensive gardens leading down to miles of sandy beach. Dining can be enjoyed in the popular hotel restaurant or traditional pub adjoining the hotel; Sandringham House and King’s Lynn are nearby.