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Norfolk Coast Public Toilets

Local authorities, parish councils, private businesses and conservation organisations all own or manage toilets. You can quickly see their location by using our Active Map and selecting the “public toilets” category.

Local authority public toilets are also listed at:

Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk (King’s Lynn to Burnham Overy Staithe)
North Norfolk District Council (Holkham to Sea Palling)
Great Yarmouth Borough Council  (Winterton to Great Yarmouth)
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King’s Lynn

A number of public toilets are available in the town.
West Norfolk’s website >

Castle Rising

No public toilets.
Businesses such as the Castle; public house and tearoom have toilets for use by their customers.

Heacham south beach

Public toilet on South Beach Road in small car park adjacent to beach.
Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk >

Heacham north beach

Public toilet on North Beach/Jubilee Road close to beach and large car park.
Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk >

Heacham village

Public toilet on Lynn Road with short term parking adjacent.
Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk >

Hunstanton

Public toilets at:
The entrance to Cliff Top car park on Lighthouse Close
Bowling Green on Cliff Parade 
At the Bus Station on Westgate
Esplanade on Esplanade Gardens
Central Promenade by the leisure centre on Seagate Road
At Seagate Road car park
Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk >

Old Hunstanton

Public toilet close to Old Hunstanton beach alongside the Lifeboat Station in a privately run car park
Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk >

Holme-next-the-Sea

Public toilet at north end of Beach Road opposite the car park, with adjacent short term parking
Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk >
Eco-toilets at Holme Dunes Reserve visitor centre owned and operated by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust for their visitors.

Titchwell RSPB

Toilets situated in the RSPB pay and display car park, owned and maintained by the RSPB Titchwell for their visitors.

Brancaster beach

Public toilet close to the beach and car park at the end of Beach Road

Holkham

Public toilet in Holkham village close to shops, owned and maintained by Holkham Estate for their visitors.
Further facilities at Holkham Hall.

Wells-next-the-Sea

Public toilets at:
Beach Road, opposite the Harbour Office
Stearmans Yard in the car park
Newgate Lane, close to the Buttlands bus stops
North Norfolk District Council >
Wells Beach
Public toilet at the entrance to Beach Road car park, owned and operated by Holkham Estate.

Morston

Public toilet in the Morston Quay car park, owned and operated by the National Trust.

Blakeney

Public toilet is opposite the Carsner [quay] car park.
www.northnorfolk.org
A unisex public toilet in Blakeney Village Hall car park (junction of Langham Road, Westgate Street and A149 coast road), owned and operated by Blakeney Parish Council
 

Cley-next-the-Sea

No public toilets in Cley-next-the-Sea village.
Toilets at Cley Marshes Visitor Centre, owned and operated by Norfolk Wildlife Trust for their visitors.

Holt

Public toilet in Albert Street car park.
Public toilet at Holt Country Park.
North Norfolk District Council >

Sheringham

Public toilets at:
East Promenade.
West Promenade
Sheringham High Street (south end)
Station Approach (by main car park)
North Norfolk District Council >

West Runton

Public toilet at Water Lane on the slipway to the beach
North Norfolk District Council >

East Runton

Public toilet at Beach Road car park.
North Norfolk District Council >

Cromer

Public toilets at:
Cadogan Road car park
North Norfolk Information Centre at Meadow Road car park
Melbourne Slope
The Pier
Rocket House, East Promenade
Runton Road car park
West Promenade
North Lodge Park
North Norfolk District Council >

Overstrand

Public toilet at the Paul’s Lane clifftop car park
North Norfolk District Council >

Mundesley

Public toilets at:
Mundesley promenade (below the Coastwatch museum)
Beach Road/Marina Road, with adjacent short-term parking
Behind the Parish Council office in Back Street
North Norfolk District Council >

Bacton

Public toilet in small layby on main coast road through Bacton
North Norfolk District Council >

Walcott

Public toilet on the coast road.
North Norfolk District Council >

Happisburgh

Public toilet at Cart Gap car park
North Norfolk District Council >

Sea Palling

Public toilet at Beach Road, alongside the ramp to the beach
North Norfolk District Council >

Winterton-on-Sea

Public toilet at Beach Road, opposite the beach car park
Seasonal opening.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council >

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