Hunstanton, or Sunny Hunny, is an elegant Victorian resort, and began its life as a purposely-built resort in 1846. Hunstanton is divided into the village of Old Hunstanton and New Hunstanton, and in the 1860s, the Lord of the Manor Styleman Le Strange conceived the idea of a place where people could relax by the sea and so he built the New Hunstanton we know today.
Old Hunstanton is known for its famous striped cliffs and Esplanade Gardens, a traditional Victorian promenade garden, with bowling green, children’s play area, putting green and crazy golf. The town’s gardens are especially delightful during the Spring and summer months, and you can follow a self-guided Horticultural Trail. The lively family centre is home to a large sandy beach, pony rides, amusements, sealife centre and theatre. Hunstanton’s excellent beach is great for playing on the sand, exploring rock pools and enjoying the sea.
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