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A sunset shot of South Quay in King's Lynn.


Explore west Norfolk’s rural landscape and unspoilt villages…

Brim full of heritage and renowned for its stunning coastline and unspoilt countryside, west Norfolk is the ideal place to explore, unwind and soak up the sheer sense of space and tranquillity.

Along the magnificent coast, from the bustling seaside resort of Hunstanton to the tranquil coastal villages of Brancaster, Thornham and beyond, you will find an outstanding coastline to explore with its fine sandy beaches, broad horizons and some truly outstanding natural habitats.

Inland from the coast, west Norfolk’s gently rolling countryside of farmland and forest is dotted with pretty flint and carrstone villages. To the south, the ancient town of Downham Market provides an ideal base from which to explore the fascinating open landscape of the Fens and surrounding countryside.

King’s Lynn was one of England’s most important ports from as early as the 12th Century. Beautiful Saturday Market Place is dominated by the magnificent King’s Lynn Minster. Explore ancient streets and cobbled lanes which stretch down to the river, past fine historic buildings including the elegant Custom House.

The red and white striped cliffs at Old Hunstanton beach.


The classic resort of Hunstanton offers Victorian charm and traditional seaside fun. Along with neighbouring Old Hunstanton, it is the ideal base for enjoying the wonderful coastline.
The red and white striped cliffs at Old Hunstanton beach.

King’s Lynn

The Hanseatic town of King’s Lynn is brim full of maritime heritage and outstanding historic buildings. Combined with its bustling shopping centre, it is a great place to discover and explore.
The red and white striped cliffs at Old Hunstanton beach.

Downham Market

The ancient town of Downham Market is full of character, an excellent base from which to explore the countryside and a haven for lovers of wildlife, peace and tranquillity.