Hunstanton YHA and Backpackers Norfolk
15 Avenue Road, Hunstanton, PE36 5BW
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What we offer
The sea life sanctuary has a seal rescue center and offers packages to schools. Hunstanton Cliffs show 3 very different Geological layers with opportunities to study fossils and coastal erosion.
Slightly further away are Sandringham, 2 large RSPB reserves, Boat trips to see the seals at Blakeney Point, Bircham windmill and more.
We Currently can offer a fully led ½ day or full day package on coastal erosion and local history. With an option of an historical banquet in the evening.
Owned and run by family with Children.
Both CRB checked
We are happy to help organize any local trips you require.
What makes us a great choice?
The classroom / training area is ideal for indoor learning or for summing up the day. Larger groups can also make use of the large conservatory dining area for education between meal times. We can provide all meals and drink requirements or you can self-cater, or combine the 2 if it suits.
Hunstanton Sea life Sanctuary - Take a fascinating journey beneath the sea and come face to face with Sharks, Otters, Penguins and Seahorses.
Bircham Windmill - One of the best working windmills, climb to the fan stage on a windy day and watch the sails turn.
Group Sizes Catered For
Up to 42 residents
Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions
Risk Assessment Details
Please contact us for details.
Enquire for prices for family rooms and sole use of hostel. SCHOOL GROUPS full board packages available.
First Aid Information
Please bring a first aider although staff do have basic training.
Meals and/or self-catering.
Large Guest Lounge.
- DVD. OHP. Flipchart
Accessibility & Disabled Facilities
Mark Vile posted on Hunstanton YHA and Backpacker's timeline
Another great stay at the Hunstanton YHA. We were made to feel very welcome, the service and food provided was excellent value for money. Looking forward to our next visit. Thanks again from the Cambridge and Coleridge athletics training group.
6 April at 18:25
Julie Jones nr Felixstowe
The Brownies had a lovely stay Alison and Neal couldn't do enough for us. Looking forward to our trip in December thanks
15 November 2012
By Anon Anon on 25 August 2012
Lovely hostel and town with fantastic sunset doughnuts and fish n chips. Hostel is quiet clean well located for the front well run by a lovely family...who all get involved :)
By PAUL TEMPLE on 04 June 2012
3 of us stayed in this hotel for 10 days while walking the Peddars Way and The North Norfolk Coastal Path. We had good home cooked food lovely hospitality lovely people and would recommend anyone having a break here we will be returning without a doubt.
By Joanne Hirst on 28 May 2012
Warm friendly environment. Wonderful home cooked food
Follow the coast road to Hunstanton, then signs for south beach, Southend Road. Turn right into Park Road, take the first left, the hostel is 20 yds on the left.
Room Sizes and Facilities
42: 1x2, 1x3D, 3x4, 1x4(family), 1x5, 2x8.