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Hotels in Hunstanton

Golden Lion
The Green
Hunstanton
Norfolk

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Overlooking a beautiful sandy beach, The Golden Lion, being the oldest building in Hunstanton brings a touch of heritage to the town. With 27 en-suite rooms with the majority being sea view a relaxing stay is to be had by all due to the tasteful décor and all that you'd expect and more.

The hotel offers first class modern facilities that are in keeping with the history of the building. The Golden Lion Hotel has recently been completely refurbished to the very highest standards, enabling us to offer customers first-class, modern facilities in a luxurious setting, together with an unrivalled service from our friendly, efficient team of staff.

The general ambience of the hotel is reflected in our two comfortable bars, both of which offer a comprehensive selection. The Golden Lion is the centre of social activity in Hunstanton with its location proving to have been an inspired choice, offering visitors wonderful views over the town, its cliffs and beaches

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