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 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.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room. Sun room.
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.