Where to stay and see a Norfolk Sunset

There’s nothing better than spending your evening by the sea watching the sun go down. Boundary Stables isn’t too far away from Norfolk’s best beaches, making it the perfect place to stay and see some amazing sunsets.

A short bike ride or walk from Boundary Stables, is Happisburgh’s coastline where you can witness dramatic cliff-top sea-views, and Happisburgh lighthouse against the dusk sky.

There are plenty of beaches to choose from close by. Sea Palling is a dune-lined, ‘Blue Flag’ award winning, sandy beach ideal for spending relaxing evenings on. The wide bays, created by artificial-reef sea defences, make stunning views of the sea against the horizon. You can find secluded spots away from the lifeguard hut, where dogs are welcome too.

You can see the sea from the roadside at Walcott making it ideal for a quick evening seaside walk. If your just passing by or the weather isn’t at its best you can watch the waves from your car too. The popular Kingfisher Fish Bar is a good place to buy fish and chips, to eat in or take away!

One of the best places to experience a Norfolk sunset is Cromer pier, a great view surrounded by the sea and maritime heritage. This iconic structure was built in 1901 and has remained a local landmark. You can get some great photos of the sun setting from the pier, alongside the historic promenade and surrounding sandy cliffs. Year round, especially on a clear sunny evening, the landscape and sky looks spectacular!

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