Beach Cottage, Norfolk enjoys a unique location with panoramic and uninterrupted sea views. Situated on Mundesley sea front, Beach Cottage is a privately owned brick and flint cottage dating back to the late 1800s. Having been extended in the 1960s it provides comfortable accommodation and is especially suited to families and people who love to be near the sea. After all, it is right there at the end of the garden!
It sleeps 6-8 people (plus cot): six in the main house and two people in a separate annex (with ensuite shower room). The Annex is ideal for those who have limited mobility as it is at ground level. Children are welcomed and catered for with discreetly stored toys, games, books and videos. We also welcome one well behaved dog, at no extra charge.
A couple of minutes from safe access to the sandy beach, we can provide you with the perfect playground where you can swim, walk, bird watch, play, search for fossils, surf or just sit and soak up the sounds of the sea. The beach is consistently awarded with Blue Flags year on year and in the peak season has a Lifeguard presence. In the peak season, dogs are limited to areas outside the promenade (5 minutes walk either side of the Cottage). Mundesley Beach is also listed in the Guardian's Top 10 'ideal' swimming beaches.
There is a private, enclosed and landscaped cliff-top garden with pub style table, barbeque area and decking. The highlight is the sheltered Lookout complete with wood-burning stove. Here you can shelter from the elements and continue to enjoy everything the location of Beach Cottage can offer. The wood burning stove keeps you warm, whilst the in-situ fridge keeps your drinks cold!
Beach Cottage is minutes away from all the amenities of a thriving village community, so you can get all you need without having to get in the car. If you want to explore though, Beach Cottage is perfectly placed to discover the natural beauty of North Norfolk.
Panoramic and uninterrupted sea views.
Two minutes from a beautiful sandy beach.
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View from the year-round sheltered Lookout
A comfortable home from home.
Well furnished, including a telescope!
Panoramic and uniterrupted sea views
Disabled Facilities: Yes. Ground level bedroom with ensuite shower room. Suitable for people with limited mobility, but not suitable for wheelchair users
Linen Provided: Yes. Each bed has mattress protector, sheet, duvet and two pillows
Pets Allowed: Yes. One well behaved dog at no extra charge (terms and conditions apply)
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No. Only in the Lookout
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Enclosed garden, barbeque area, patio with table, decking and the Lookout (a place to shelter from the elements, whilst enjoying fabulous views of the sea and beach; all whilst being warmed by the woodburning stove).
Local Services: Within a few minutes walk of all the amenities of a thriving village community. Greengrocers, butchers, delicatessen, fish van selling fresh and smoked fish, pharmacy, florists, hardware shop, galleries, tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and takeaways.
By Car from London (The South):
Take the M11/A11 to Norwich
Past all Thetford, Wymondham turnings
Go straight over Thickthorn Services roundabout (A47 Swaffham-Yarmouth)
Straight ahead at the next small roundabout (Hospital A&E)
Past Cringleford turning and into Norwich, past the "A Fine City" sign.
Down tree lined 'Newmarket Road' and turn left at first roundabout (Ring Road)
Watch out for the speed camera here (it goes from 40mph to 30mph)
Go straight through traffic lights
Go straight over the next roundabout (B1108)
And the next roundabout (A47/A1074)
Go through traffic lights (A1067), past Asda on left
Go through traffic lights (A140 Aylsham/Cromer)
Go through traffic lights (St Faith's Road on left and Robert Cole Shoes on right)
Turn left at next roundabout signposted B1150 to North Walsham.
By Car from Norwich:
B1150 to North Walsham
Lovely Farm Shop on right hand side as you get on open road, leaving Norwich!
Go through Coltishall, Scottow, past sign to Worstead and into North Walsham
Under railway bridge (with station on the right) and into the left hand lane at Traffic lights
Turn left (A149/B1145 Mundesley)
Go through Swafield, Knapton and down hill into Mundesley
Ignore left hand turn to Mundesley Village Centre and follow road round sharp to right.
Keep going past houses until you get to a T junction, where you turn left (B1159)
Past Royal Hotel and then road turns sharply to left (sea ahead of you)
Road narrows dramatically, so be careful! Go down and up the little hill.
Past The Ship pub on right and just after Jonet's Restaurant & Newsagent (all right hand side) is Beach Cottage.
White and flint house - Green Wooden gate. There is space for two cars.
If you get to the Manor Hotel (rhs) and Spar (lhs) you have gone too far.
By Car from the North:
A17 to Kings Lynn
A149 (Coast road) or A148 (quicker) to Cromer
In Cromer take the B1159 to Overstrand/Mundesley/Great Yarmouth
Past Trimingham and into Mundesley
Past church on lhs
Past SPAR on rhs and the Manor Hotel on your left
Covered seating areas and Coastguard lookout on green (with sea to your left)
On the far end of the green, on your left, is a white/flint wall. This is Beach Cottage.
Green wooden gate (just before a small row of shops (Newsagents/Jonet's Restaurant)
There is space for two cars.
If you get to The Ship pub on your left, you have gone too far.