No. 33

On a quiet residential street a stroll from the sea in a Victorian resort town, Jeanne Whittome’s boutique B&B impressed readers with its ‘bold, contemporary style’. More

Contact details

No. 33
33 Northgate
Hunstanton
Norfolk
PE36 6AP
England
01485 524 352

Hotel information

Bedrooms

5. 1, on ground floor, suitable for disabled.

Open

all year.

Facilities

small sitting room, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small garden.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

allowed in bedrooms, not in dining room, max. 1 per room (£5 per night).

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B single £85-£180, double £95-£190.

Good Hotel Guide Review

On a quiet residential street a stroll from the sea in a Victorian resort town, Jeanne Whittome’s boutique B&B impressed readers with its ‘bold, contemporary style’. New arrivals are offered complimentary tea and scones in the small sitting room. Bedrooms are well appointed, painted in restful shades of grey with perhaps a wall of designer wallpaper. All have a bath, a drench shower, cafetière coffee. One has a modern four-poster and a balcony, another a freestanding bath beside the original (not working) fireplace; a ground-floor room has its own courtyard. Readers say their large room was ‘furnished to a high standard… Immaculate housekeeping made our visit a pleasure.’ In the morning, in the stylish breakfast room with log-burner lit on cold days, there are free-range eggs, home-made granola, fresh breads, pastries, bagels and cream cheese from the owner’s deli in nearby Thornham; the full English, smoked salmon, eggs Benedict. With notice they supply a gourmet hamper for days out exploring the breezy north Norfolk coast, or just lazing on the beach looking west over the Wash, right here in ‘sunny Hunny’. (S and JM)

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Map

No. 33
33 Northgate
Hunstanton
Norfolk
PE36 6AP

Guest comments

'This boutique B&B is in a quiet and attractive Victorian street. The welcome was friendly - complimentary afternoon tea was a real treat. The interior of this handsome Edwardian house is decorated in a bold, contemporary and unique way. Not necessarily to everyone's taste but it all seemed to work. The bedroom was large, well designed and furnished to a high standard. The wet room was a pleasant surprise. Breakfast was generous, well cooked, with lots of choice. ' - Stephen and Jane Marshall - May, 2017

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