Mundesley Tourist Information

Mundesley village and the north east coast of Norfolk between Winterton and Cromer contains stunning sea cliffs, heritage lighthouses and Blue Flag beaches. Idyllic and peaceful, this stretch of the coast features an outstanding choice of luxury period accommodation from historic seaside hotels to Victorian and Edwardian cottages with sea views. Coastal walking around Mundesley up on the seacliffs is spectacular.

Mundesley Beach

Mundesley Beach

The village contains a selection of fine local shops, stylish cafes, tearooms and traditional real ale pubs and is ideally situated for touring with North Walsham, Cromer, Norwich, the Norfolk Broads and the sand dune nature reserve at Winterton all situated within easy driving distance.

Mundesley has a stunning Blue Flag beach flanked by pretty beach huts and sea cliffs. Visit the little Mundesley Maritime Museum housed within a former coastguard lookout featuring exhibits on fishing, lifeboat rescue, shipwrecks and the development of Mundesley as a seaside resort. The north east coast between Caister and Cromer is wonderfully peaceful with attractions including Happisburgh (pronounced ‘Haze-brugh’) village and lighthouse. The red and white Happisburgh Lighthouse is the oldest working light in East Anglia, built in 1790.

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