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The yellow exterior of Miramar Guesthouse in Hunstanton, west Norfolk.

Miramar Guesthouse

7 Boston Square, Hunstanton

The Miramar Guesthouse has two double bedrooms and one family bedroom. 5 minute's walk to seafront and town centre.

An attractive Edwardian family guest house overlooking Boston Sensory Park and the sea. Close to the beach and sea. Offering guest lounge, en-suite rooms with colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities. Off street parking. Free Wifi. Friendly service and relaxed atmosphere. A warm welcome awaits you at the Miramar.

We also have a garden area with seating area and bike storage.

Cycle storage available.

Prices

Prices from £35 per person per night for bed & breakfast

Facilities

  • Garden
  • Euros accepted
  • Senior citizens reduced rates
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Staff fluent in Italian
  • Staff fluent in Spanish
  • Dogs/pets NOT accepted
  • Lounge for residents' use
  • Telephone (public)
  • Television available
  • Totally non-smoking
  • WiFi or internet access
  • Children welcome
  • Cots available
  • High chairs available
  • Packed lunches provided
  • Special diets available
  • Unlicensed
  • Vegetarian diet available
  • Hairdryer
  • Radio
  • Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • On street/public parking
  • Private parking

Location

Miramar Guesthouse,
7 Boston Square,
Hunstanton,
Norfolk,
PE36 6DT

Directions

By Road:
From A149, left into Greevegate. Right into Northgate at National Westminster Bank. Third left into Boston Square.

Nearby events & attractions

  • The tranquil heritage gardens in Hunstanton, west Norfolk.

    Hunstanton Heritage Gardens

    The Green, Hunstanton

    The Heritage Gardens are formed by a number of open spaces along the promenade of Hunstanton, located at Cliff Parade.

  • Wide shot of Holme next the sea in west Norfolk.

    Holme-next-the-Sea Beach

    Beach Road, Holme-next-the-Sea

    In the relatively thin strip of land between the village and the sea, large areas of salt marsh much used by birds for feeding and breeding are to be found.

  • Heacham Beach in west Norfolk.

    Heacham Beach

    Heacham, King's Lynn

    Heacham started to become popular as a seaside resort with the Victorians due to the opening of the railway line between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton in the early 1860s.