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Sunset Inn Hunstanton Star Rating 2        
24 Northgate

This unpretentious inn in a redbrick guesthouse by the sea is opposite from Boston Square Sensory Park and 1.4 miles from the Hunstanton Golf Club.The 5 rooms are warm with handcrafted Queen Anne or club chairs.
The Shellbrooke Star Rating 4        
9 Cliff Terrace

Built as a family home in the 1870s, this down-to-earth hotel and restaurant is a 2-minute walk from the sea and a 5-minute walk from Hunstanton town centre.The unfussy rooms feature free WiFi and flat-screen TVs; some also have sea views.Full English breakfast is included and there's a casual, contemporary restaurant on-site that serves dinner.
Cori House Star Rating 4        
9 Church Street

This straightforward B&B is a 1-minute walk from Hunstanton town centre and a 4-minute walk from the beach.The 3 unfussy rooms feature TVs, DVD players, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.A choice of cooked breakfast is included and packed lunches, light suppers or 3-course evening meals can be provided at additional cost.
The Golden Lion Hotel Hunstanton Star Rating 3        
The Green

Set in a largest building which was built in 1846, this hotel with panoramic sea views is less than a 1-minute walk from the sandy beach and 10.1 miles from the Royal Sandringham Estate.The simple rooms have TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment and some have 4-poster beds.
The Wash & Tope Hotel Star Rating 2        
10-12 Le Strange Terrace

Across the road from the beach and promenade, this traditional hotel, pub and restaurant is a 6-minute walk from Hunstanton and 1.2 miles from Beech Wood.The simple rooms feature TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities and some have sea views.
Marine Hotel Hunstanton Star Rating 3        
10 St Edmunds Terrace

Located in the Victorian seaside town of Hunstanton, the Marine is a contemporary, stylish hotel bringing a touch of glamour to the North Norfolk coast. The newly refurbished interior provides guests with a modern, sophisticated canvas in which to relax and enjoy its many delights, whilst being the perfect base in which to explore the North Norfolk coast and countryside. With our experience in the hospitality business we ensure you have a warm welcome, delicious food and a relaxing stay, however long or short.
Ashleigh Lodge Star Rating 4        
14 Austin Street

This family-run B&B is a 3-minute walk from the seafront promenade, a 5-minute walk from the Princess Theatre and 10 miles from the Sandringham Estate.The chalet-style simple rooms have TVs, minifridges, tea and coffeemaking facilities and sitting areas.Breakfast cooked by a former Michelin-starred chef is available plus free on-street parking.
Belle-Vue Apartments Hunstanton Star Rating 4        
28 St Edmunds Avenue, PE36 6BW

With its central location, Belle Vue Apartments is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Hunstanton. The Belle Vue Apartments boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service. Each guestroom is tastefully appointed with non smoking rooms, television, bathtub, shower, microwave, kitchenette.
The Gables Star Rating 1        
28 Austin Street

Set in an Edwardian home in a residential area, this family-run B&B is a 2-minute walk from the beach and a 4-minute walk from the Princess Theatre.The simple rooms have TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities and many have sea views.Breakfast is included and children age 7 and over are welcome.
The Burleigh Star Rating 4        
7 Cliff Terrace

Built around 1872 as a private home, this classic guesthouse with views over the Hunstanton Wash is a 1-minute walk from the beach and a 3-minute walk from the Princess Theatre.The 11 traditional rooms all have private bathrooms, 9 of which are en suite, plus WiFi, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some rooms have sea views.
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Hunstanton is a seaside town in Norfolk, England, with a population of 4,229 at the 2011 Census. This had fallen from 4,961 in 2001.