To set the record straight Mundesley is pronounced mun-slee not mun-der-sley. It was mentioned in the Doomsday Book but as Museleai.
It is 7 miles south of Cromer and sits in a dip in the cliff. You can take a walk along the cliff top and see spectacular views.

The Beach
Mundesley beach is a multi award winning beach. Once again Mundesley beach has been awarded recommended status from the MCS Good Beach Guide and has also been awarded the Blue Flag for 2014. During high season the centre of the beach is lifeguarded.

The Village
Mundesley village has all the shops needed for a holiday stay.
It has a Butcher, Fishmonger, Baker, Post Office, Hardware store,  Mundesley Gallery which has a personal recommendation from us, Florist,  Fish & Chip shop, Chinese takeaway, Hairdressers, Lifeboat Charity Shop, Doctors Surgery and a Tesco express.
The village is really beautiful and probably not a lot has changed in 50 years or so.
Gold Park is in the centre of the village which has a play area for children. A Car Boot Sale is held on Gold Park every Wednesday from April to September. There is also an Outdoor Gym (free to use) which will keep you fit.

Inshore Lifeboat
Mundesley has had an Inshore Lifeboat since 1972. They are funded entirely by donations from the public so please support them by visiting their charity shop on Station Road.

You can have a drink or two at the Ship Inn and Manor Hotel, both on Beach Road or further round the corner on Paston Road is the Royal Hotel. Further up from the Manor Hotel is the Haig Club on Cromer Road.

Places To Eat
Both Manor and Royal Hotels offer food together with the Ship Inn, Jonet restaurant (named after a ship which ran aground on the beach in 1972), The Village Cafe on Station Road and The Corner House Cafe on Cromer Road. There are also the Chinese Takeaway on Cromer Road and the Fish & Chip/Burger shop on Station Road.

Mundesley Golf Club
The 9 hole course, situated at the top of Links Road was designed with the help of the legendry six times open champion Harry Vardon.

For further information on this beautiful village visit the Mundesley village website.