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No 33 Hunstanton

33 Northgate, Hunstanton PE36 6AP England
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#13 of 23 B&Bs / Inns in Hunstanton
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Boutique bed and breakfast in Hunstanton. Just yard away from the sandy beaches of north Norfolk's beautiful coastline.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Street parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Baggage storage
Ironing service
Breakfast in the room
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Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Antony B wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom10 contributions3 helpful votes
What a fantastic find. We booked 2 nights originally and subsequently a 3rd night but that meant having a different room. We stayed above the deli as opposed to the apartments down the road. We stayed in Suites 1 and 3 and our friends stayed in Suite 2. Suite 1 had a great ambience to it and a real country feel. Suite 3 was more modern and the bedroom was bigger with a very deep, comfortable couch but not as good a bathroom, and Suite 2 was huge with a large seating area for 4. It was not as inviting as Suites 1 and 3 but if youblike space, this is the one to go for (and the one we would choose next time). The super king beds felt a little hard but actually were incredibly comfortable. The baths were the largest I have ever seen. Each room had a comfortable table for two so that youncan eat in your room should you choose. All the rooms had bee. Thoroughly cleaned and the management left a whole Covid cleaning kit in the room should you want to go over everything to your own satisfaction. A nice touch. The booking included breakfast with a table reserved until 10.30am in what is a very busy deli with queues outside, so it was nice to know we could go down anytime from 8am and our table would be there. The breakfasts were very good. The full English was tasty but should come with two sausages and the bacon was a little thick, more gammony than bacon. The scrambled eggs were huge as was the omelette. Both were very tasty. But the biggest surprise was the shakshuka. Other than they should offer an option with sausage and it could be a little larger, it was very tasty and incredibly well spiced. The coffee was also good but the orange juice, I suspect was a concentrate rather than freshly squeezed and that was a disappointment. We also had lunch there. The burger was very meaty but the brioche bun let it down as it could not hold the burger and crumbed. The sandwiches were good. As an addition, with your room, you get a complimentary creamed tea. And you should definitely have this. Warm scones with a crunchy outside, soft inside, very good jam and cream. All excellent. I should also say that there is a 10% discount voucher in the room for food during tour stay including food from the deli. A nice touch. Before we got there I read some reviews mentioning that the staff had been rude. I have to say that our experience was the total opposite. The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful and the owner was bright, breezy, friendly and polite. The actual takeaway deli is excellent. Huge sausage rolls, Corniche pasty's and Scotch eggs amongst other goodies including huge slices of cake. The shop has a great selection of homeware. Expensive? Probably. But worth treating yourself to. Overall, we will definitely return (but maybe when the weather is warmer as walking in the beach in the rain is less fun than it sounds!)
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
Alan W wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom53 contributions24 helpful votes
We picked No33 as a highly rated and more expensive option to be assured of a high quality stay. Unfortunately there were a few areas where it didn’t meet our expectations: - The instructions were very specific about arriving between 3pm and 4pm. We arrived shortly after 3pm, only to find no one there to greet us (though the back door was unlocked). After we phoned we were told the keys for our room were to be found in a box on the back step. Maybe this is about communication - if this had been presented to us as a contact-free, flexible check-in without the time slot we would probably have been very happy. - We didn’t hear anything from No33 in advance of our stay. Only emergency numbers are displayed in the B&B itself and we messaged during our stay to ask a question and didn’t receive a reply. The back door was often unlocked but it wasn’t made clear anywhere what the protocol was. - It doesn’t seem like anyone lives on site, so the feel was slightly AirB&B like. The lights in the hallway and living room were left on all night and the sound of other guests coming and going in the stairwell gave it a hostel-like feel. - On the Booking.com website we had been offered a “discounted breakfast” at the accommodation’s sister property a short drive away due to COVID. This discount was a slightly insulting 10%, so rather than a B&B No33 really only offers a bed. We also found it slightly odd that they wouldn’t offer breakfast but did leave a note inviting guests to use the communal areas to watch DVDs. Another B&B we stayed at on this trip did offer breakfast in a COVID-secure way and there were no problems (staggered times, distancing, face masks etc). Having said that, the room was lovely, spacious, nicely decorated and we felt it was clean. The bed was very comfortable. Hunstanton itself is a lovely place to visit.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Bethykins wrote a review Sep 2020
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We arrived at about 4pm to find our room key in a metal container outside the back door. No welcome/greeting from owners. Made our way to our room which we found extremely cold considering there were gale force winds and rain. We could find no helpful info regarding the rules of the B & B, when I say B & B, there was no breakfast unless you were willing to get into a car and travel to their Deli, where they would give you a 10% discount on your breakfast, again with the awful weather we had this was not acceptable, I completely understand the difficulties B & Bs have to work with due to Covid 19, but we have stayed in two other B & Bs in the last two weeks and they did manage to provide a fab breakfast, with all the safety procedures in place. The price we paid for a double room for two nights, not in peak season was ridiculous. The room itself was a good size with a large double bed, linen was clean and crisp. However the room was very cold and had bad condensation on all the windows, which rattled loudly when windy, poorly painted walls and bare floorboards , made it noisey for anyone staying in a room on the ground floor. There are 5 letting rooms but only enough parking space for 4 small cars. This B & B won the 4 in a bed competition in 2016, however in my opinion their standards have slipped since then. I was very disappointed with the lack of interaction from the owners, who did not appear at any point not even for payment, that was taken by a lady who cleaned the rooms (I'm assuming). Hunstanton was a lovely place to visit despite the terrible weather, but I would not go back to this B & B and cannot recommend it due to its poor value for money
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Date of stay: September 2020
Alfie Kent wrote a review Sep 2020
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Very dissappointed. Room was good however don't be conned by the the little niceties, biscuits, real coffee etc. Nobody there to greet us, looks like it's standard practice to leave keys in a bread bin on the back step. Room was tidy but the toilet was dusty, a spiders nest behind the waste bin. the lace curtains in the bedroom had dirt/mould in the folds. Certainly wouldn't win "4 in a bed " now. Trading on past glories. We were aware that they didn't do breakfast (still advertised as B&B!!!) but definitely not worth £140 a night. And no choice to underpay.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Elmozza wrote a review Sep 2020
Reading, United Kingdom95 contributions54 helpful votes
Lovely furnished room, great location with off road parking. Room was spotless with anti bac wipes and spray also left for our use. No breakfast offered due to COVID, we were given a 10% discount voucher for use at The Thornham Deli which is about 10 mins drive away, so it’s more of a Bed and beverage establishment rather than breakfast at the moment. Tea and coffee available in room and bottles of water and biscuits replenished every day. Wifi slightly patchy in room 5 unless sitting outside and noise from upstairs floorboards is a bit annoying. All in all though, a lovely stay.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$115 - US$187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomEnglandEast AngliaNorfolkHunstanton
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Frequently Asked Questions about No 33 Hunstanton
Which popular attractions are close to No 33 Hunstanton?
Nearby attractions include Princess Theatre (0.2 miles), Hunstanton Heritage Centre (0.1 miles), and The Norfolk Deli (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at No 33 Hunstanton?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at No 33 Hunstanton?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at No 33 Hunstanton?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to No 33 Hunstanton?
Conveniently located restaurants include Berni Beans, The Coffee Pot, and The Copper Kettle.
Is No 33 Hunstanton located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the centre of Hunstanton.
Are pets allowed at No 33 Hunstanton?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to No 33 Hunstanton?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Bircham Windmill (7.7 miles) and Appleton Water Tower (8.6 miles).