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Highlights in Mundesley
- Fabulous golden sandy beaches
- Delicious coastal cuisine
- Fun water activities
- Incredible varied scenery
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Cottages in Mundesley
Surrounded by the beautiful Norfolk coastline, the pretty seaside village of Mundesley is home to beachfront cottages and picturesque countryside. With cool sea breezes and golden sands, the village is a popular destination for those looking for a traditional seaside holiday. If you're looking for a place to clear your head and enjoy good fish and chips, Mundesley is the place to be.Gorgeous Georgian cottages with hot tubs
Within the range of cottages you'll find Georgian style with standout features such as walled gardens with dining areas, skylight interiors, polished wood floors, modern minimalist kitchens, hot tubs and ocean views from the bedrooms. Properties in Mundesley are tailored to suit your needs, so you'll get homes for two people up to families of eight.
Travellers and activities
With a multitude of footpaths, walking trails and circular routes, Mundesley is a great place for enjoyable walks or long walks along the coast and through the countryside. Walking routes such as the Paston Way and the Norfolk Coast Path offer an easy way to explore the area, and the circular route provides stunning views of the countryside and rises up between Mundesley and Gimingham. On this walk you will see the beautiful medieval churches such as All Saints Church Gimingham to the south of the route. On the way back to the picturesque village of Mundesley you can admire the beautiful sea views. Countryside walks are a great option during the spring and summer for spectacular wild flowers and the famous Norfolk poppies!Mundesley for families
Considered one of the best beaches in Norfolk, the wide, sandy beach at Mundesley provides an ideal and safe place for families to enjoy themselves. It is child-friendly and good for swimming and paddling. It also has shallow rock pools and colourful huts to add to the atmosphere. With all the amenities and a long stretch of golden sand, this Blue Flag beach is the best choice in town for families. And if you're looking for a place to eat after the beach, The Beach Hut Café & Ice Cream Parlour has been proclaimed the best café in town! You'll be able to find many flavours of ice cream and enjoy a great family atmosphere. However, Mundesley also has other family attractions such as crazy golf overlooking the coast, a tennis court and skate park as well as playgrounds.
In Victorian times Mundesley was a popular seaside resort and had its own railway station which opened in 1889 and closed in 1964.
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Head to the historic town of Aylsham and experience a journey on Norfolk's longest narrow gauge railway. Aboard the Bure Valley Steam Railway you'll take an 18-mile round trip through the charming countryside of the Bure Valley. Stop off at picturesque villages and grab a snack before hopping back on and continuing your journey. And during December take the kids on the Festive Express for an experience that includes treats, a train ride and a Father Christmas appearance where every child will receive a gift!2. Admire the beauty of starry skies
Wrap up warm and sit on the beach at night to enjoy the stars and look for galaxies! Mundesley is located on the Norfolk coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty with some of the darkest skies in England. As Norfolk is a rural county, at night you'll be able to see pristine darkness that will allow you to see the huge clouds of interstellar dust. But If you want to enjoy the dark skies more, the Kelling Heath holiday park, 30 minutes from the village, hosts an annual star event during September which is billed as Europe's biggest star party and is attended by hundreds of astronomers. It is one of the few places in the UK where you can see the Northern Lights.3. Try the exciting water activities
Mundesley is the ideal place for water activities. The beach offers a wide playing field for activities such as windsurfing, jet skiing, surfing and more. Try learning to windsurf and let the prevailing wind take you at full speed or take a kayak ride in the shallow waters. Ride the waves on a jet ski and reach new places on a paddleboard. The watersports at Mundesley are one of the best ways to enjoy the sea to the fullest!4. Meet the animals of the spectacular Amazon Rainforest
Just minutes from Mundesley in the seaside town of Cromer, discover South America's native creatures at Amazona Zoo. With over 200 tropical animals, this unique Norfolk zoo includes jaguars, pumas, monkeys, flamingos, capybaras, macaws, spiders, guinea pigs and many more amazing animals native to South America. Get up close to Brazilian wildlife, soak up the tropical atmosphere, take home a sweet souvenir from the gift shop and bring the whole family to learn about Amazon Rainforest wildlife!5. Explore the beautiful gardens and pathways of Felbrigg Hall
During your stop in Cromer, take the opportunity to visit the outstanding Jacobean architecture and gardens of Felbrigg Hall. The house and grounds have been declared a National Trust. Discover and complete the local family trail at Felbrigg, which has fun activities to do along the way, and earn your reward of chocolate at the end. With herbaceous borders and a vegetable section, approach the walled garden that will envelop you with its scents of lavender, sage and mint. Felbrigg Gardens are a treat not to be missed.6. Satisfy your appetite at The Ship Inn!
On the way back to Mundesley stop by The Ship Inn for a relaxed dinner overlooking the sea. At 300 years old, it is perhaps the oldest pub on the Norfolk coast and offers fresh dishes with a classic coastal flavour prepared with skill. Dine alfresco in the sea breeze or in the charmingly restored interior. Sip a Norfolk gin and book an evening of smooth jazz. As well as the famous fish and chips, the place also has more extravagant options.7. Visit one of the smallest museums in England
Situated on the coast road, overlooking Mundesley beach, visit the Maritime Museum and explore the exhibits in this small place which is thought to be one of the smallest museums in England. See the exploits of shipwrecks, lifeboats and discover locally discovered fossils. The museum is so small that it is housed in a former coastguard watch post. Opposite the museum you can also see the memorial to those who died clearing landmines from the beach in World War II.
FAQs: Cottages in Mundesley
In terms of the facilities offered by Holidu, it appears that the cottages in Mundesley benefit from everything that travellers dream of! Here, the cottages generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (88%), garden (58%), and fireplace (22%)...Not bad, right?
On average, the cottages are rather highly rated. According to the Holidu data, 25% of cottages have a rating of 4.5 stars. A ratio high enough to confirm that you will without a doubt find the ideal cottage for a wonderful holiday!
According to the Holidu database, 12% of cottages in Mundesley are suitable for holidays with children, it will therefore be easy to find the perfect cottage for you and your family.
Yes! In Mundesley, 42% of the cottages welcome them with open arms, 58% also have a garden!
Yes! According to Holidu's database, 88% of cottages in Mundesley include an internet connection. This means that you will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites during your stay!
Most of the cottages in Mundesley (62%) in general cost less than £100 a night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for booking an affordable cottage!
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According to the data collected last year by Holidu, 95% of cottages are suitable for up to four guests. Approximately 95% of the cottages here have at least two separate bedrooms. This is the perfect destination for small groups of friends!