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Coasthopper bus

The Coasthopper service routes:

King's Lynn to Hunstanton

Hunstanton to Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-Sea to Cromer

2016 Coasthopper service

The original Coasthopper website that provided comprehensive information on the service no longer operates although the new service operators have introduced a Coasthopper information page. Using the Stagecoach website you will need to enter CH in the bus number search box for the various Coasthopper routes.  Alternatively if you enter your journey requirements on Traveline this will also provide links to timetables.

Please note that although we try to provide information on the Coasthopper service we do not own or operate the service and all enquiries and requests for printed timetables should go to the service operator Stagecoach in Norfolk (formerly Norfolk Green).

Stagecoach in Norfolk, Hamlin Way, King's Lynn PE30 4NG
Tel: 01553 776980 - Fax: 01553 770891 - email: 
DDA Helpline: 01553 776980 - Web:

New winter timetable for Coasthopper commences 5 September 2016 according to timetable on Stagecoach website. A pdf copy of this timetable can be viewed here.

An award winning service

Coasthopper at Cley visitor centre stop

Coasthopper at Cley visitor centre stop

Take the Coasthopper . . . and see what's over the hedge!
Set up from scratch in 1996 by award-winning bus operator Norfolk Green, Norfolk Coast Partnership and Norfolk County Council serving points along the Norfolk coast between King's Lynn and Cromer. The Coasthopper is extremely important to the area for communities, tourism and businesses and has been a great success, growing to over half a million users per year. 

Relax, enjoy the countryside and do your bit for the environment
Have you ever driven along the scenic roads of Norfolk in the spring and summer and wondered what lies beyond that high hedge? Not able to appreciate the beautiful surroundings and concentrate on the driving at the same time? Ever asked yourself just where all those cars come from? Why don't you relax, really enjoy the countryside and do your bit for the environment. Take the award winning Coasthopper bus service . . .

You can also link to the Bittern Line rail service between Sheringham and Norwich. Look out for the special tickets including some incorporating bus and train services to get a real value for money experience.

Get the best out the Coasthopper by . . .
Avoiding peak times - try not to travel between 09:30-10:30 and 15:00-15:30 as this is when the bus is most busy by planning your journey accordingly.
and why not get off the bus at a new spot? There's walks, local producers, events and more to be found in the enjoying section and on the active map