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This shop is is a traditional old house and offers all kind of souvenirs, from porcelain to recipe books, from iron animals to real antiques. It is large shop but with many small cosy rooms. You can even watch someone making pottery items like vases or butter pots.
As they say it themselves: A visit is a must!
What to buy: As I was not used to the generally high prices, I looked only for smaller and affordable items. In my opinion, I found the perfect little gift (okay, mostly for women): little recipe books, e.g. Favourite Farmhouse recipes or country fare etc. They only cost 0,99 GBP and are illustrated with pretty paintings.
Written Aug 5, 2004
Address: Golf Course Road, Old Hunstanton
Phone: 01485 533402
Want to see what utter rubbish the English will buy ?
Have a look around the weekend market that operates right in the centre of town on the site of the old railway station.
Want to buy a high-vis jacket for a 3 year old ? Here's your place.
Want to buy a new wheelchair ? Here's your place. Makes you wander how they get to the stall in the first place...do they struggle there and buy a new one, or do you drop the old one off in part exchange ?
Updated Jun 12, 2007
Hunstanton's golf course (at old Hunstanton) is often considered to be one of the 'undiscovered gems' of the English game.
Although an ancient course, it has been updated at various points in it's history and still provides a fearsome test for people who actually enjoy spoiling a walk whilst wearing silly trousers.
At 70 quid or 80 quid a day to play, it's not cheap. The green fees do however entitle you to play all day, so you can get two rounds in for that price - and that makes it far more attractive.
Written Jun 11, 2007