Old Hunstanton Beach Live Webcam

From the very top of the former Coastguard Lookout, enjoy a unique panoramic view of Old Hunstanton Beach. Known for its immense expanse of sand at low tide, beach huts, dunes and kitesurfers.


  • Rhys 1 day ago
    It’s so cool

  • Diana Howell vezina 6 days ago
    This is so great wish I could be there .Thanks

  • Helen 8 days ago
    great to see you mum and dad just . shame on you mum for sitting in a walm car it,s never to cold for a walk

  • Sharon 18 days ago
    This is such a delight … We get so much pleasure from seeing this wonderful view. We hope to visit, once more, very soon.

  • Rosie 21 days ago
    So glad you are back

  • Steve 24 days ago
    As a child in the 1960s my bedroom window faced this car park. From Easter to September there was a man on the gate collecting money and it was never a cheap place to park. When the weather was warm it was always full. As it will be this summer. The price has never put people off coming. If the money was not raised this way it would most likely go onto the council tax bill and in a town where most of the employment is seasonal people would not be able to pay for it. In the winter months when it was free hardly anybody used it and I played golf on it. The pitch and putt coarse was a corn field owned by Mr Pull. A man very much missed. I have lived in Spain for the last 20 years and I can assure you that most places of interest does charge for parking.

  • Admin 26 days ago
    Hi everyone, we are aware of an issue with comments being cut short when using emjois. We are looking into a fix but for now please hold back from using them. Many thanks, HW admin.

  • Wendy 26 days ago
    Robin I wrote a longer post but it has been shortened (not by me)so you only see the last bit of the message.

  • ROBIN 27 days ago
    Wendy, Is that not the Idea ?

  • Wendy 27 days ago
    Robin, If they let people park for free then you would have the car park full of cars

  • ROBIN 27 days ago
    Pity the car park is ‘pay and display’ if it was in Spain it would be free, why pay for natural beauty ?

  • Rosie 1 month ago
    Great to see the new camera here, the cliff top is a favourite place to us, thank you for the opportunity to spend time looking at sunny hunny, hope to be back soon

  • Hilary 1 month ago
    Thank you for the webcam. So lovely to see the sea and beach even if I can’t be there!

  • Caz 1 month ago
    Watching the kite surfer, must be cold out there today. Great to see some activity on the beach. Looking forward to my holiday.

  • Steve 1 month ago
    This is one of the best views in Norfolk. I spent the first 12 years of my life in Old Hunston. My house just out of view. I am 63 now and looking from Spain and I look every day as it great to see home.

  • JANE 1 month ago
    New roof looks great!

  • John 1 month ago
    Good job on the roof today boys!

  • Chris 1 month ago
    Love the Sunny Hunny webcams. Thank you

  • Lizzy B 1 month ago
    Thank you – it is wonderful to be at this spot again before we can actually visit!

  • John 1 month ago
    The walk along the beach from Holme to Old Hunstanton beach is very special.

  • Justjo 1 month ago
    What’s happening on the beach ?

  • darryn 2 months ago
    What great camera and view. love old hunstanton. request for the next camera would be up were the boats and jet skis enter the beach would be able to watch the wash monster every day .

  • Janet 2 months ago
    Miss this place sooo much thanks for the webcam.

  • Maureen 2 months ago
    Love the webcam – can´t wait to visit again Maureen – Switzerland

  • John 2 months ago
    What a lovely view.

  • Jane 2 months ago
    Can’t wait to walk here again, just an hour away, but just too far atm too come. This is where I come to decompress.

  • Maureen 2 months ago
    Brilliant, cant wait to be back. In the mean time I can get my Hunstanton fix

  • Shirley 2 months ago
    Our favourite place to walk and sit with the family and just love the cameras

  • kirsty 2 months ago
    Hunstanton is on my doorstep so am very lucky but the webcams of the whole stretch is brill lol especially to see how busy it is prior to a trip up there

  • Wendy 2 months ago
    Looks like a nice day whats the temperature today?

  • Rob 2 months ago
    We’re so lucky to have Hunstanton on our doorstep. The webcams are brilliant. Thank you!

  • Allen 2 months ago
    This is just sheer brilliance, love the view and it shows the very best side of Hunstanton (in my opinion only) and the real-time live video feed is even better 3 webcams in Sunny Hunny while Kings Lynn, a major populous town for the county of Norfolk, has 1 and it's an updated one every 30 sec for the poontons and that's it. Hunstanton is showing King's Lynn how it should be done. Well done and congrats on the new webcam, I hope they stay maintained and stay live for many years to come

  • Debbie 2 months ago
    Lovely – can’t wait till we can visit Hunstanton again.

  • Lilian 2 months ago
    Fabulous view. 3 Web cams in Hunstanton, how lucky are we?

  • Helen 2 months ago
    Hi to the guys working on the roof your doing a great job take a break for coffee

  • Martyn 2 months ago
    Looking Nice roll on unlock lockdown

  • Reece 2 months ago
    Looks absolutely amazing

  • Duncan 2 months ago
    Do we know when this will be going live?

  • james 2 months ago
    good idea lets have more,makes up for not able to go out
Coastguard Lookout above Hunstanton Cliffs
Old Hunstanton Beach
Beach Huts & Sand Dunes in Old Hunstanton
Sunset over Hunstanton Lighthouse

Cliff Top & Old Hunstanton

Starting from the Esplanade Gardens, you can explore the stunning clifftop scenery and read the story of St Edmund, Hunstanton’s most famous visitor and the very first patron saint of England. His story leads you to the ruins of St Edmund’s chapel, built in 1272 in his memory.

The stripes in Hunstanton's cliffs are caused by layers of different-coloured carrstone and chalk. Carrstone is the brown layer, and the red and white chalk is made from limestone. Limestone forms in warm tropical climates, which suggests that Hunstanton's climate was once warmer than it is today. The colour of the red chalk is due to iron staining.

Old Hunstanton Beach is home to picture-postcard rolling sand dunes and beach huts stretched along the wide sandy and dog-friendly beach. The Hunstanton Lifeboat Station at Old Hunstanton is the base for the local RNLI housing a B class lifeboat and hovercraft.

Coastguard Lookout

Originally built as a Marconi Wireless Station back in 1906, during WWII the building continued as a signal station and was visited by his Majesty King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1943.

Today, the former Coastguard Lookout is now a holiday cottage and offers guests a truly unique holiday experience in Hunstanton with unparalleled panoramic sea views.

Located next door to the old lighthouse and sitting on top of Hunstanton's famous striped cliffs, the Coastguard Lookout is less than a 5-minute walk to the beach and boasts a top floor lookout tower.

The property itself sleeps 4 people featuring a double bedroom and bunk beds. The bedrooms are all located on the first floor and come with that amazing sea view.

Hunstanton Former Coastguard Lookout
Hunstanton Former Coastguard Lookout