Despite the changing seasons, it has been a strong start for one seaside café.

No.17 opened its doors in Beach Street on the Mundesley seafront on Monday, August 28.

Owners Oliver and Laura Deakin set out to offer locals "something a bit different" with their range of delicious baguettes, doughnuts and coffee. 

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But Mr Deakin, 42, said business has been so good that they have already expanded the menu and plan to stay open for the entire winter.

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He said: "We know it's unusual for smaller seaside areas to stay open all year but we want to push through to give people somewhere warm to take refuge in those colder months."

Those guests will be able to enjoy new dishes such as jacket potatoes and freshly made cakes alongside some special edition seasonal drinks.

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For Halloween, the Trick or Treat latte has been crafted, including a double shot of coffee, pumpkin spice and caramel syrups and a cinnamon topping.

In the run-up to Christmas, Mr Deakin hopes to introduce similar Christmassy specials featuring plenty of gingerbread and cinnamon syrups.

Mr Deakin said: "It's been awesome - just really, really cool - and the village has taken to it really well."

The café is dog-friendly and is open from 9am to 3pm every day except Tuesday.