This beautifully-presented and comfortable mid-terrace cottage is located in the heart of the popular village of Mundesley in Norfolk.
Providing spacious and cosy accommodation, this traditional cottage is perfectly located for friends and families wishing to explore the Norfolk Coast and Broads.
Guests enter the property from the sun trap back garden with seating, ideal for enjoying a morning coffee while planning your day out exploring.
The first room you step into is the well-equipped, galley kitchen, which then leads into a cosy dining room and then onto the sitting room with warming open fire that’s located at the front of the house.
Upstairs, there are two comfortable bedrooms, and completing the accommodation is a bathroom.
Just a short walk from your cottage brings you to wonderful coastal walks and a fantastic beach, ideal for walking your four legged friend, or just enjoying a day on the beach.
There’s also a fantastic selection of shops, cafes and restaurants in the centre to refuel after a day out exploring!
This delightful cottage is situated close to the Norfolk Broads, where you can take a boat out and explore its extensive waterways.
The town of Cromer is well worth visiting, as is the popular Norfolk Coastline, and this lovely holiday home is within driving distance from the cultural and vibrant city of Norwich, which offers a host of events and attractions, along with a wonderful selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.
There is plenty to do locally with excellent cycling, walking, birdwatching, fishing and golf, meaning that you will be spoilt for things to do from this wonderful cottage.
This cottage is on the same site as 961870 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.
Note: Children over two years old only.