Mundesley is a large village and a popular holiday destination, especially for those who are looking for a traditional non commercialised seaside holiday. It has a wonderful wide beach with distinctive coloured beach huts, backed by a small promenade and is popular with families – as there is an atmosphere of warmth and friendliness, which enables you to relax and feel at ease.
The beach here, which some people describe as the best beach in Norfolk has achieved a Blue Flag status for many years for its excellence, in terms of quality and safety. There are also RNLI lifeguards on duty throughout the summer, making it a safer location for children to have a splash about.
You will find a good range of shops, restaurants & pubs including the Ship Inn, an 18th-century building welcoming families and is dog friendly, serving seasonal, locally sourced ingredients – the Sunday roasts here are especially noteworthy.
There is a selection of activities including crazy golf, a golf course & driving range, horse riding and sea fishing available to enjoy locally.
On the road south out of Mundesley, you will find Stow Mill, which was built as a flour mill in around 1826. Today, this wonderful windmill – one of the best in Norfolk and well worth a visit is open to visitors most days. Ladders allow you to climb the floors of the mill and view the stone, bin and dust floors.
The village also sits in An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is within easy distance of the Broads, if you are also looking for walking opportunities – Mundesley will not disappoint as you will find a number of footpaths and circular routes to choose from.