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Enjoy a Relaxing Break at the Peaceful Cedar Springs

Nestled in the heart of the Norfolk, Cedar Springs boasts a great location to explore the beautiful beaches in North Norfolk. With a peaceful and tranquil setting, Cedar Springs is the ideal holiday location to unwind and relax from the busy hustle and bustle of everyday life. With plenty to see and visit in the local area,

Local to the holiday park is the picturesque village of Heacham, situated along the Norfolk coast near King’s Lynn and it is a true hidden gem. From the stunning sandy beach to the unique lavender fields, Heacham offers an array of activities for all members of the family to enjoy. As you stroll through the charming village, you’ll discover a fascinating history that spans centuries with local eateries, shops and of course traditional seaside delicacies. No doubt, a day visiting the local village will only add to your experience at Cedar Springs.

Discover the Local Seaside Town known as 'Sunny Hunny'

For families travelling with young children, the fantastic seaside town of Hunstanton offers an exciting day out, tailored to keep children entertained! Locally known as ‘Sunny Hunny’, Hunstanton boasts a lovely family atmosphere and is not only cherished by the locals, but visitors alike too. There are a number of attractions in the area that will keep you entertained all day long. This includes taking a stroll along the beautiful Hunstanton seafront, building sandcastles by the beach, enjoying a game of crazy golf and of course indulging in an ice cream! Hunstanton has plenty of restaurants, cafes, arcades, and shops to explore, something to suit all members of the family.

One of the town’s main attractions are the seaside arcades, offering a range of dazzling lights, sounds and games that are sure to keep both children and adults entertained for hours. Whether you’re seeking old-fashioned penny slot machines or the latest in modern arcade games, Hunstanton has it all.

Without a doubt, Cedar Springs is a brilliant holiday destination to enjoy a traditional British staycation by the beautiful Norfolk coast.

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Cedar Springs does not offer on-site entertainment and facilities. However, there are numerous off-site local attractions and places of interest nearby for you to enjoy, including the seaside town of Hunstanton. Take time to look at the ‘nearby attractions’ page for more holiday inspiration.

Nestled within the scenic coastal county of Norfolk lies the charming village of Heacham. Its idyllic setting provides the perfect escape for those seeking tranquillity and stunning views. The village is situated between two glorious beaches, affording visitors the opportunity to soak up the sun and breathe in the fresh sea air. Heacham is steeped in history, and visitors can explore its fascinating past at the local museum and St. Mary’s Church. One of the village’s most popular attractions is Norfolk Lavender, where you can stroll through fields of fragrant flowers and purchase handmade products. Just a few miles down the road is the coastal town of Hunstanton which is home to Honeystone Pub. This lovely establishment boasts a warm and inviting atmosphere, with cozy seating and friendly staff to make you feel right at home. Rainbow Park is also based in Hunstanton seafront and is an enchanting and colourful destination that caters to visitors of all ages. Featuring a variety of thrilling rides, from the exhilarating Ferris wheel to the fun-packed bumper cars, there’s something for everyone here.

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Rainbow Park

Seagate Rd, Hunstanton PE36 5BD | View website

Rainbow Park in Hunstanton is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking a fun-filled day outdoors. This sprawling park boasts a range of exciting rides and attractions that will satisfy thrill-seekers of all ages. The park’s crown jewel is undoubtedly the Rainbow Tower, a towering structure that offers breath-taking views of the surrounding landscape.

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Honeystone Pub

10 Southend Road, Hunstanton, PE36 5AW | View website

A family-friendly pub serving an exciting menu packed full of tender grills, stonebaked pizzas and pub classics.  The perfect place for a meal for the whole family, offering table service and plenty of choice. There are indoor and outdoor play zones to keep the little ones happy, and a great patio and garden area.

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Norfolk Lavender

Caley Mill, Lynn Rd, Heacham PE31 7JE  | View website

The nearby Norfolk Lavender is an attraction which many enjoy – the fragrance of the lavender as you walk amongst the plants is intoxicating. It is the perfect place for a relaxing afternoon stroll.

Cedar Springs

Cedar Springs in Heacham is a charming and tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Nestled in the picturesque seaside town of Heacham, Cedar Springs offers an idyllic setting for a relaxing break away. Cedar Springs is the ultimate destination for anyone seeking a memorable getaway.

The beautiful Heacham Coast

The Heacham Coast is a picturesque destination that offers visitors plenty of beauty and relaxation. Located in the county of Norfolk, the coastline provides stunning views of the North Sea and its golden sandy beaches stretch for miles. It’s a perfect spot not only for lovers of the sea but also for bird spotters as there are many species of birds that can be seen in the area. Visitors can enjoy strolls along the promenade and take in the fresh sea air or wander around the nearby nature reserve where they can see the diverse local wildlife. At sunset, the Heacham Coast is a truly magical sight, offering a peaceful and tranquil setting for tourists to unwind and enjoy the scenery.


Hunstanton and Heacham are two charming towns located on the coast of Norfolk, UK. They are visited by many tourists throughout the year, who come to enjoy the breath-taking views and the relaxing atmosphere. If you’re planning a trip to the area, you may be wondering how far these towns are from each other. Well, the distance between Hunstanton and Heacham is just over three miles. This means that if you’re driving, it should only take you around 10 minutes to get from one town to the other. However, we recommend taking some time to appreciate the stunning scenery along the way, as it’s truly worth seeing.

Days out in Hunstanton

Hunstanton, known as the Victorian seaside town, is a beautiful location situated close to Cedar Springs. It is an excellent destination for a day out on a family holiday, or a romantic escape. From walking on the golden beaches to exploring the town’s historical sites, there is always something to do in Hunstanton.

Visit the Sea Life Sanctuary

If you’re fascinated by marine life, then the Sea Life Sanctuary in Hunstanton is a must-visit attraction. Situated along the stunning Norfolk coastline, this sanctuary has been home to an array of creatures for over 30 years. From playful otters to majestic seals, there’s a host of sea creatures to admire. Learn about their unique habits and characteristics, and discover the challenges they face in the wild. And for the truly adventurous, there’s even the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the creatures during feeding times and talks. A visit to the Sea Life Sanctuary is an immersive experience that’s both educational and entertaining.

Walk on the beautiful beaches

Hunstanton is home to two beautiful beaches, the South Beach and the East Beach. Both of these beaches boast of picturesque scenic views that provide visitors with the perfect setting for a romantic walk or a family picnic. The beaches also offer plenty of seaside activities such as donkey rides, beach volleyball, and adventure playgrounds.

Hunstanton also boasts a great range of arcades for the whole family to explore. After a sunny day at the beach, the arcades are great way to end the day. These charming seaside attractions offer classic games like Pac-Man and Space Invaders, as well as newer options like Fruit Ninja and Guitar Hero. Try your hand at the claw machines or rack up tickets for prizes like stuffed animals and candy. Just be sure to bring some spare change – it’s easy to lose track of time (and money) when you’re caught up in the fun of Hunstanton’s arcade scene.

Enjoy Water Sports

Hunstanton is the perfect destination for all water sports enthusiasts out there! This quaint seaside town offers a range of exciting activities for thrill-seekers and casual adventurers alike. Whether you’re looking to try out power kiting, kite surfing, stand up paddle-boarding, or just want to go for a refreshing swim, Hunstanton has got it all. With its wide, sandy beaches, clear blue waters, and ideal wind conditions, this coastal gem is considered one of the best spots for water sports in the country. So, come on down and take your pick from the many thrilling water sports options Hunstanton has to offer!

Holidays at Cedar Springs

Cedar Springs is a wonderful destination as you are getting the best of both worlds. You can spend a busy exciting day in the town of Hunstanton, and then unwind back at the quite resort in your cosy chalet.

Lovely reviews of Cedar Springs

We receive some lovely reviews from guests who have stayed at Cedar Springs, for example one of our guests said; “Good location nice chalet and good facilities.”

If you are interested in booking one of our accommodations at Cedar Springs, then click on “book caravans & lodges at this park” or call our bookings team on 01362 470888, Monday – Saturday, 9am – 5pm.

Cedar Springs, Bankside, Heacham, King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE31 7AU