Norfolk Coastal Path in England from Hunstanton to Cromer
Double / Single
£646 / £932
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Start Any Day February to November
Description of Twin/Double
- Most accommodation in Britain is charged on a Per Person basis (rather than per room basis). The price you see here for this tour is the Price per Person.
- If you request a Twin Room there are two single beds (usually 3 feet wide) in the room.
- If you request a Double Room there is one bed in which two people usually sleep (usually 4 feet 6inches wide).
- Both the Double and the the Twin room are sometimes available for Single Occupancy (one person in the room), usually with a supplement to compensate the provider who would normally have received payment from two people.
- If the accommodation offers Single rooms (one bed of 3 feet wide), this will normally be priced higher than half of a double or twin room. Unless space is limited in the village or accommodation we usually avoid these as the rooms tend to be older and less space to move about.
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A five centre inn-to-inn, self-guided walking tour in England on the Norfolk Coast Trail from Hunstanton to Cromer in Norfolk, England. 5 nights bed and breakfast accommodation, 4 days walking, luggage transfer, guide book and maps.
The Norfolk Coast Path is a relatively new and deliberately created way through a flatter area of England. It offers some fine walking, with some sections of bridleway, quiet roads and tracks. This Explore Britain tour begins at the seaside resort of Hunstanton and it follows the North Norfolk Heritage Coast, within an officially designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, history is never far away. The walk is a glorious patchwork of popular resorts and former ports, marl pits and agricultural land, cliffs and creeks, sailing centres and nature reserves.
You stop in farmhouses, country hotels, inns or guesthouses along the way, where accommodation is available in twin, double or single rooms with private facilities. BandB and luggage transfer between the overnight stays is inclusive.
START: Hunstanton is in East Anglia, 16 miles north-east of Kings Lynn, Norfolk, England.
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FINISH: Cromer is on the Norfolk Coast 23 miles north of Norwich, Norfolk, England.
DAY ONE: Arrival at Hunstanton. You may arrive any time after 3pm. If requiring dinner this is usually between 7pm - 9pm both in hotels and pubs (not included in tour price). Overnight at Hunstanton, Norfolk, England.
DAY TWO: Walking from Hunstanton to Burnham Overy Staithe. 13 miles. You follow the coast through Holme next the sea and then after a brief diversion inland you soon return to the marshland at Mow Creek at Brancaster and Burnham Overy Staithe. Overnight at Burnham Market, Norfolk, England.
DAY THREE: Walking from Burnham Overy Staithe to Blakeney. 17 miles. Today's walk takes you past many coastal nature reserves and into Wells next the Sea. In Blakeney, your final destination, narrow streets of cobbled cottages lead down to the quay, and homes huddle together in yards. If requiring dinner this is usually between 7pm - 9pm both in hotels and pubs (not included in tour price). Overnight at Blakeney, Norfolk, England.
DAY FOUR: Walking from Blakeney to Weybourne. 8.1 miles. Cley next the Sea and its distinctive windmill slowly come into view. You now walk alongside the crashing sea to finish at Weybourne. If requiring dinner this is usually between 7pm - 9pm both in hotels and pubs (not included in tour price). Overnight at Weybourne, Norfolk, England.
DAY FIVE: Walking from Weybourne to Cromer. 11.5 miles. At Weybourne the shingle relents and the cliffs take over. Clear days offer vistas of a shoreline curving towards the horizon and glimpses of far-off ships in Yarmouth Roads, or fishermen tending crab pots. Seabirds wheel and dive. At Cromer your walk comes to an end. If requiring dinner this is usually between 7pm - 9pm both in hotels and pubs (not included in tour price). Overnight at Cromer, Norfolk, England.
DAY SIX: Departure. The tour finishes from Cromer after breakfast.
RAIL TRAVEL from LONDON to KINGS LYNN and HUNSTANTON (NOT included in tour price): The nearest rail station is Kings Lynn served by frequent direct trains from London (Kings Cross). Presently the 12:45pm arrives 14:19pm (direct). The 13:45pm arrives 15:19pm (direct). Regular buses operate between Kings Lynn and Hunstanton. We can organise a taxi to collect you and your luggage, please ask for a quote.
RAIL TRAVEL from CROMER to NORWICH and LONDON (NOT included in tour price): The nearest rail station is Cromer served by frequent trains to London (Liverpool Street). Presently the 09:43am train arrives 12:20pm (change at Norwich).
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GRADE C: Between 9 - 12 miles (14 - 19kms) a day (the occasional day may be shorter or longer than these depending on location of suitable accommodation). Strong waterproof walking boots are desirable. A strong waterproof Jacket and overtrousers are recommended to protect you from rain and cold winds. This tour goes through some areas of remote habitation, and high mountains. You will do up to 2500 feet of ascent and/or descent a day. You will be walking through Farms and walking on Trackless Moorland. You will start walking about 9:30am and finish at approx. 5pm.
For safety reasons, you must be extremely proficient if you intend to walk alone. We strongly suggest against this. Ask yourself can you walk for hours, in driving rain and low visibility, confident in your map reading skills and morale boosting abilities? A friend in need is almost essential.
These grades are for guidance only. For any grade, depending on weather conditions, it may at times be damp underfoot, so waterproof boots are preferable.