Hunstanton Backpackers and Yha, 15-17 Avenue Road, Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 5BW
Call Neal or Alison Sanderson on 01485 532061 or 07771 804831
OverviewFor 2021/2 only available for sole use with 2 night minimum stay. Hunstanton Backpackers and YHA is suitable for schools, family & friend get-togethers & uniformed groups. Greatly improved recently, including adding en suites, 3* VisitEngland approved. An ideal affordable family break or activity getaway for walking, cycling, bird watching or fun on the beach. The Norfolk Coast Path, serviced by Coasthopper Bus, goes through stunning beaches, great for wildlife, or catch a boat to Seal Island. New push together king size beds in 2021 give 6 rooms with double beds, 5 with bunks as family rooms, 4 ensuites plus 4 additional shower rooms & WCs . Self-catering kitchen, large lounge, conservatory dining area and an optional classroom/training area. Catering for groups available. (5* food hygiene). The garden has patio, benches & sea views. A 3 minute walk will take you to the sea front or town centre with a Sealife sanctuary, fantastic beaches and cliff top walks. A friendly, family welcome awaits you in Sunny Hunny a great home-from-home on the east coast. Family run and family friendly.
Beds & Rooms:38: 1x dbl, 2x3, 4x4, 1x6, 2x6/8. All en-suite or private shower room
Open:All year. 8-10am, 5-9.30pm.
Price per night:Prices from: £400 1/2 house or £720 full house based on a 2 night minimum. Ask re multi night discounts & full board packages.
Booking:By phone or email.
Directions:Follow the coast road to Hunstanton, then signs for South Beach (Southend Rd). Turn right into Park Road, then first left, Property is 20 yds on the left. Brown youth hostel signs on route
Public Transport:Coast Hopper. Trains at Kings Lynn with bus to Hunstanton.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
School Groups We’re Good to Go By the Sea Accommodation for Cyclists Youth Hostels Available to Individuals
This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable Spring Bank Holiday or Whitson Half Term 2022
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Hunstanton Backpackers and YHA can’t wait to see you
May 25th 2021
Explore the beauty of Norfolk from Hunstanton Backpackers and YHA. This hostel boasts easy access to stunning beaches and wildlife, and its perfect for family getaways or activity breaks as walking, cycling and bird watching are all available nearby.
Opening on 17th May for sole use bookings
April 29th 2021
We will open for sole use rental only for groups in line with regulations. Late May bank holiday is still available. It is on our website at £500/night with a 3 night booking required. Other dates available up to 20th June based on 6 people or 2 households. From 21 June we will remain sole use only with numbers based on government guidance or restrictions. We have decided not to offer single rooms/single nights for this season at this time.
Supporting Climate Emergency actions at Hunstanton Backpackers
September 20th 2019
Todays students and youth are the ones who can lead the way to change the way the world produces and deals with waste and harmful products. Plastics and dumping a massive issue, wasted energy common
Local action in Kings Lynn today has my support, sure the students should be in college but who else is going to bring the world attention to such a major issue. Why am I writing this, well because too often we see the direct impact and the careless nature of other genertations. We run a school residential and holiday business near the sea. Every time we walk along the beach we find discarded rubbish, often plastic, left just because visitors are too lazy to put in the bins a minutes walk away. plastic nets, nappies, broken buckets and much more. We often clear it up but do the local council?
Back at the business we actively encourage recycling of all types we can, paying for the council emptied recycling bins & free food waste. Too often our guests throw their recycling rubbish in the general waste not the recycling bin opposite them. Why? We have fitted solar panels and the majority of our laundry is washed and dried courtesy of the sunshine, every little helps. We stopped giving plastic water bottles 4 years ago to our school groups as they were filling a green waste bin every week. Refill is now the norm.
So hopefully today the students action will make other generations start to think a little more about their actions and the impact on the planet. We will continue to do what we can!