The Historic Manor Hotel is a good example of a Victorian Hotel from which you can enjoy the delights of the beautiful sandy beaches and the stunning North Norfolk Countryside. The Hotel is located close to Cromer and The Broads, & local Historic towns makes The Manor Hotel the perfect base for anyone looking to explore the local area. The atmosphere inside The Manor is one of glowing warmth from the welcoming reception through to the friendly comfortable Bar/Terrace and dining in our relaxed terrace bar. All rooms are en-suite Our in-room amenities include, mostly king size beds with 100% cotton sheets, duvet & pillows (others on request) flatscreen HDTV with freeview and radio, telephone and WiFi, hairdryer, tea & coffee making facilities, comfortable seating area, desk .When looking for a Country Hotel on the North Norfolk Coast, look no further than The Manor Hotel Mundesley.
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 Go through Coltishall, Scottow, past sign to Worstead and into North Walsham Under railway bridge (with station on rhs) 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 Beach The Manor Hotel can be found on the seafront on the right
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 The Manor Hotel can be found on the seafront on your left
By Public Transport For information about timetables and route-planning by public transport visit www.travelineeastanglia.org.uk (or www.traveline.org.uk for the whole of Britain) or tel 0870 608 2 608.
Just put in where you will be leaving from and your destination (Mundesley) and this will tell you what trains/bus to catch.
The nearest station to Mundesley is North Walsham. The High Street Gold Park Gates bus stop in Mundesley is approximately 5 minutes walk.
For national rail enquiries telephone 08457 48 49 50 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk Wagn operate services to King s Lynn from Cambridge and London King s Cross.
One Trains operate services from Norwich to Sheringham, via Cromer.
The same places are also served by National Express coaches - visit www.nationalexpress.com or telephone 08705 808080.
Rail services in the region are operated by One Railway - visit www.onerailway.com or telephone 0845 600 7245
You can check in from 14:00. You need to check out by 11:00.