4.7★ Sykes rating 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Cot available Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Seaside Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search 40 Customer Reviews "Had a lovely stay , however a few picky points , had to search for keys for door onto decking , found in cupboard under stairs ." T.V. without sky card was difficult to use at first and limited . We really like this property and will probably look to stay again next year Reviewed by Arthur4.7★Sep 2022 "This is a great property that is really close to the sea and a great pub (which does great food) The Ship Inn." Good TV set up, lovely kitchen a really nice cottage. Having 2 parking spaces was great as we brought 2 cars. Only thing that needs sorting is the bath/shower. Takes a long time to drain. Highly recommend this cottage. Reviewed by Andrea4.7★Jul 2022 "After a bad start because we couldn't open the front gate without a lot of force, and never managed to shut it again, our first impression of Seafret was very good." However there are a few problems that really need addressing. The step into the bathroom needs a warning sign as it is quite unexpected and dangerous. It is not pleasant standing in inches of water when showering as the bath takes a long time to drain. We had to cut back brambles to access the back gate safely and the garden was very overgrown. As there was not any information about it we did not know what to do with rubbish and recycling so had to leave bags in the sun room. Also surprised there was not a hair dryer. There were good things as well, comfortable furniture and very easy access to the beach and the excellent Ship. It's a shame that the same problems were mentioned many times in the visitor book but apparently not addressed, this has affected our star ratings. Reviewed by Derek3.4★Jun 2022 "Lovely property close to all amenities in Mundersley ." The back gate onto playing field was ideal for us and our dog . Loved our stay so much we've booked again for later in the year . Reviewed by Arthur5.0★May 2022 "Very comfortable property in an excellent location." Reviewed by David4.7★May 2022 "The location of the cottage was accurately described and the accommodation itself was comfortable." Although clean the cottage was showing signs of wear and tear especially the exterior. It would be of benefit to have some information about local facilities and attractions . Reviewed by David4.1★Mar 2022 "Well appointed, very clean and cosy cottage." Love that it was so close to the beach so didn't need to drive anywhere once settled. Reviewed by Karen5.0★Oct 2021 "Super cottage in ideal location." Very well equipped. Would definitely book again. Reviewed by Peter5.0★Oct 2021 "A well appointed cottage and we would go back again." Why no wi-fi. Reviewed by Rudolph5.0★Sep 2021 "Location was perfect." Cottage was nice, owner very responsive to questions. The lock to get into the cottage was very difficult, we struggled with it every time we tried to get into the cottage. Reviewed by Louise4.1★Aug 2021 "Great cottage only 5 minutes walk to the sea." Would benefit from Wifi as our phone signals were lost during the day. Reviewed by Deborah3.8★Jul 2021 "Lovely stay at Seafret again, great base for checking out other areas." The cottage has everything you can think of, very well equipped kitchen. Nikki is very helpful and at the end of the phone if you need anything sorted out. Reviewed by Sarah5.0★Jun 2021 "Everything there you needed." Beautiful cottage in a great location. Reviewed by Sue5.0★Sep 2020 "The property is ideally located out of the gate short walk to the sea but the parking is tight." When we arrived there was nowhere to unload as there was a car parked in the space and it is a very tight turning circle. As soon as I opened the gate we were greeted with bags of rubbish then actually getting into the property was another problem. The locks were stiff, French doors were open but locked from the inside latch. Took a few minutes to open the door ( had problems with them all week) and then eventually enter to be greeted with out of date fruit rotting with flies and a strong smell of dirty dog. Then went upstairs and there was toothpaste all over the sink and up the mirror. All the mirrors had young children’s hand prints and drool including the tv. I don’t think that in current times When things are supposed to be deep clean it was in acceptable and checking in and out times have been altered to accommodate this. Could’ve done with a welcome book explaining local amenities and what to do with the rubbish bin.There were plenty of out of date leaflets. WiFi would be a benefit in this property especially in current times as you need to book a lot of visits and tours online. Don’t like to moan because apart from the lack of cleanliness And door problems we had a good time ! Reviewed by Fiona2.8★Aug 2020 "Lovely cosy cottage." Owner very helpful and friendly. Would recommend. Reviewed by Elizabeth5.0★Dec 2019 "Great cottage, tea, coffee, milk and biscuits on arrival." Very clean, great kitchen, separate dining room. Crate for the dog to sleep in. Enclosed garden, back gate lead directly on to a park, through the park onto the beach. Own off-road parking spot. Although it was November the cottage was lovely and warm, will definitely go back. Reviewed by James5.0★Nov 2019 "The cottage is a Norfolk gem!" Fully equipped, homely and spotlessly clean. Location is just perfect, from the back garden, across the park and you are at the sea! Just super! Reviewed by Darren5.0★Aug 2019 "Amazing little cottage in a lovely little village (although growing like everywhere)." A heavenly place if you have a dog as the green and beach just outside your back gate. I would like to stay we would stay there again but cant purely for the fact that there are so many other places we would like to visit. Everything there you would want on a holiday, comfortable beds. A real little gem. Reviewed by Joyce5.0★Jun 2019 "We had a very comfortable stay at Seafret Cottage, beautifully decorated, and very close to all amenities." Reviewed by Paul4.7★May 2019 "A perfect cottage for the dog with the beach only five minutes easy walk away and instant access to the park." Reviewed by Pauline4.7★Apr 2019 "A lovely holiday in a very good cottage a very few things missing eg list of phone numbers for Dr." Dentist vet etc. Could do with some outside lighting but I am not complaining lovely cottage in a lovely place. Reviewed by Janet4.7★Mar 2019 "Seafret is a lovely cottage, perfectly situated for the beach and the village, well furnished, clean and very comfortable." The beds were splendid, and the cottage had just what we needed for a weeks break. The garden is a big bonus, secluded and private. I travel with my little dog and love Mundesley as it is extremely dog friendly. Nikki, the cottage owner, was very helpful, kind and professional. Having stayed in other cottages on this terrace, Seafret is definitely the best yet. Reviewed by Scarlett4.7★Mar 2019 "A walk-in shower or even a better mixer shower over bath & hand rails fitted & I would have scored this property 10/10 My only other niggle is it would be nice to have a written instruction Manuel about waste & any other need to knows." Rather than being told over phone before you arrive. And cleaning behind/in doorsways & furniture. I noticed cobwebs behind bed & door in lounge. I know a cleaning company does the cleaning it’s almost like they only do what they think can be seen. Reviewed by Jane3.8★Mar 2019 "Seafret Cottage was the perfect get away." The host was so helpful prior to my stay with lots of useful information. The cottage is beautiful both quant and cozy. very clean and tidy with everything you need. The position is also perfect with a very short walk to the beach would love to stay again. Reviewed by Dawn5.0★Feb 2019 "Seafret Cottage was lovely, well equipped and clean." In the heart of a lovely village, close to all amenities and 2 mins walk to the beach. Highly recommended. Will return. Reviewed by Linda5.0★Oct 2018 "What a lovely comfortable cottage,made our stay in mundesley just perfect, would be very likely to return." The cottage has just about everything you need very well stocked kitchen,super comfy beds,easy access to all mundesley has to offer, can recommend the ship inn super food and great real ales and totally dog friendly.i can happily recommend this cottage . Reviewed by Clive5.0★Sep 2018 "Lovely holiday home set in the centre of village, would book again." Reviewed by Jacqui5.0★Sep 2018 "The cottage was just what we were hoping for and were very pleased with and hope to return next year" Reviewed by Neil5.0★Sep 2018 "Had a wonderful time at Seafret Cottage with our two grandchildren (aged 2 and 3)." It couldn't be in a better location for a bucket and spade holiday. The little ones loved it as we weren't constantly in and out of the car. The garden gate opens onto Gold Park with a great playground for kids and 5 minutes from there you are at the beach. Only used the car for a boat trip to see the seals at Blakeney (Beans Boats) and a trip on the Bure Valley Steam Railway both of which we would recommend. Even the weather was kind to us! Reviewed by Maureen5.0★Aug 2018 "I found it quick and easy to book my holiday with Sykes." I was sent timely reminders regarding payments and information which i found very helpful. The staff were courteous and friendly when phoning the office for some extra information. Reviewed by Elizabeth4.7★Jun 2018 "We had a fantastic time at the cottage and would book to go again it is really good for the dog aswell as the back garden gate leads onto the playing feild and also you can cut across the field and be at the beach in 5mins or less." It is a lovley little village. The only isusse we had is found it hard to unlock the side door as you come in the gate maybe needs a look at the lock. As we tended to use the patio doors to come and go just when locking up to leave we had a bit a trouble with the lock again. But that was it house is lovely and clean and have already recomened to couple of people to look at booking on your website. Reviewed by Michael5.0★Jun 2018 "We had a fantastic holiday at Seafret Cottage." The cottage was very comfortable and beautifully appointed. I loved that the park was just behind the property. Everything you needed was in the cottage, the sea was close, the shops weren't far and the pubs friendly and nearby. Will definately be back. Reviewed by Sarah4.4★May 2018 "We have visited Norfolk about 6 times over the past few years and Seafret Cottage is by far the best cottage we have stayed in." The owner was very friendly on the phone with good information before we arrive. Spotlessly clean on arrival, very comfortable and homely with an extremely well equipped kitchen. Small enclosed secure garden for our dog. Every morning out of the back gate into Gold Park and onto the dog friendly beach within a few minutes. The Ship Inn also close by, dog friendly with a large garden was a welcome place to go for a drink late afternoon having returned from wherever we had been in the day. The cottage is located for various trips out to Bacton Woods, Sheringham, Holt, Cromer and lots of little villages. Highly recommended and we hope to go back to Seafret Cottage soon. Reviewed by Graham5.0★May 2018 "We visited this cottage last Summer and, having a dog, it was perfect." A lovely park over the back gate and just a few minutes walk to the beach. In the Summer you can let your dog off the lead on the beaches to the far side of the Ship Inn. We came back over the Easter Holidays and all the beaches are accessible for dogs (it's all about the dog!). The weather wasn't great this time so we had super days out at Bacton Woods, Holt Country Park, Sheringham Park and Blinkling Hall. All theses lovely places are only about 20/30 minutes away in the car and the walks are fantastic. Pubs and cafes are friendly and your pooch is welcome too. We would come back again. Reviewed by Andrew5.0★Apr 2018 "Gorgeous little cottage with everything you need for a relaxing break in the lovely village in Mundesley." All you need to take to this cottage is yourself .Great fitted out kitchen with great quality equipment. Lovely bedroom with very comfortable beds for a great sleep. Very comfortable living and separate dining room and we were very warm and toasty after coming in from the cold. Added bonus in the garden is the back gate opens out into the lovely park and that leads you to the beach. Lovely if you have a dog or children. The small village has all the shops you need and little cafés that are dog friendly. You are situated in a great area to explore this lovely coastal country. The owner is a lovely lady who will help if you need it. We will definitely be back. Reviewed by T5.0★Mar 2018 "Lovely cottage, extremely clean and well maintained." Great communication, would definitely recommend it. Reviewed by Stephen5.0★Mar 2018 "This property would benefit from an info folder e." G. recycling/waste collection details,how the tv works and info on shops/restaurants-we were caught out early in our week as many businesses were closed at 430! Reviewed by Wendy4.2★Aug 2017 "Good location." Reviewed by Janet4.2★Feb 2017 "Fantastic location and very welcoming" Reviewed by Liana5.0★Dec 2016 "A very special little cottage - wish it was mine." Thank you. Reviewed by Mandy5.0★Nov 2016 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Summary Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin Small step down in to bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Kitchen Dining room Sitting room Sun room. Gas central heating Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with FreeSat HD, Blu-ray Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Cot Off road parking for 2 medium-sized cars Patio with decking and furniture One well-behaved dog welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop 2 mins walk, pub 5 mins walks Beach 5 mins walk Note: Front door opens directly onto pavement. The property This beautifully-presented end-terrace cottage sits on a quiet lane in the heart of the popular village of Mundesley, Norfolk. Providing spacious and contemporary accommodation, this traditional cottage is perfectly located for friends and families to savour a seaside holiday, whilst exploring the Norfolk Coast and Broads. The sitting room is at the front of the house, offering comfortable accommodation, which leads through to a dining area, well-equipped kitchen and sun room, which is ideal for storing outdoor and beach items. Upstairs, there are two comfortable bedrooms and a small step down in to the bathroom. The back door opens out to a small garden and decked area, perfect for enjoying a morning coffee or dining alfresco, while planning your day out exploring the surrounding countryside. Take a short walk from your back gate, which opens directly into the village park, across the recreational area and you can be on the famous sandy beach, or just enjoy the hub of this iconic coastal village with its fabulous selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. There is plenty to do locally with excellent cycling, walking, birdwatching, fishing and golf, or why not take a short drive to Wroxham and hire a boat out on the broads for the day? You will feel at home in this cottage and want to return again and again to this fantastic area of the Norfolk Coast. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150. View on map About the location MUNDESLEY 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.