Located perfectly for exploring the Norfolk Coastline and a short walk from the centre of Mundsley this wonderful two bedroom, end of terrace cottage is an ideal base for exploring Norfolk.
The cottage offers a comfortable and cosy stay with a sun trap garden, ideal for sitting outside with a morning coffee while planning your day during warmer months.
During cooler months the property has the advantage of a conservatory which is next to the well equipped galley kitchen.
To the front of the property there is a dining room, an ideal place for all guests to enjoy an evening meal and discuss the adventures from the day.
There is a light, comfortable sitting room with the front door and stairs leading up to the first floor.
Upstairs has two lovely double rooms with a shared bathroom and separate WC.
The property is excellent for walkers and cyclist with excellent walking and cycling routes from your doorstep.
Just a short walk from the wonderful beach during the summer months you'll not need to even get in your car to explore further afield!
For those who want to explore further afield make sure you visit the Norfolk Broads, you can even take a boat out for the day and explore the area using this beautiful network of waterways.
Further along the coast is the coastal town of Cromer with it's pier, selection of shops and eateries, not to mention the famous Cromer Crabs!
Heading in land there is the vibrant, cathedral City of Norwich with a good selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and a number of cultural events throughout the year.
There really is so much to do from this property all year round, it is an ideal place for couples and friends to enjoy this wonderful area.
This cottage is on the same site as 922603 and together they sleep 8.
About the location
North Walsham 5 miles; Cromer 8 miles; Sheringham 14 miles; Norwich 20 miles.
The attractive, Norfolk coastal village of Mundesley offers shops, cafés, a popular golf course, a large park with play areas, a wonderful sandy beach with brightly coloured beach huts, and quaint cottages, many of which are built in local flint stone. The popular seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham, which is known as a stop for steam trains travelling on the Poppy Line Heritage Railway, are both close by. There are many other places of interest in the area, including the National Trust owned Sheringham Park, Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall, and East Ruston Gardens and Hoverton Hall are a must for gardeners. The Norfolk Broads are also within easy driving distance, where children can enjoy tree-house adventures at ‘Bewilderwood’, or alternatively hire a cruiser and spend the day exploring the waterways. The city of Norwich offers a cathedral, castle, museums, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, various guided tours, excellent shopping and restaurants. Mundesley is an ideal base for exploring the whole of Norfolk.