Old hotel emerges from the sea

Some of the hotel remains Photo: ITV News Anglia

An old seaside hotel abandoned in the 1940's after falling victim to coastal erosion has reappeared on a Norfolk beach.

The old Manor House Hotel
Caister beach Credit: ITV News Anglia

Parts of the Manor House Hotel have started to reappear on the beach at Caister-on-Sea near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.

The building crumbled into the sea after decades of coastal erosion but because of recent north-easterly winds visitors to the beach can now see the remains once more.

The Manor House is believed to have been built in 1793 and was converted to a hotel more than a century later.