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Waddlers Rest

Mundesley, Norfolk, England

Waddlers Rest in Mundesley, Norfolk, England
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About Waddlers Rest

Mundesley on sea is in an area of outstanding natural beauty renowned for its Blue Flag magnificent beach with lifeguards on patrol during the season is only ten minute walk away from Waddler's Rest. Which has a 3 star rating.
There is a Mundesley Golf course which always welcomes visiting players. Gold park recreation ground in the High street has a car boot every Tuesday. There are plenty of cliff top walks with extensive sea views and invigorating breeze. Mundesley also boasts many picture postcard views with many traditional brick and flint buildings which includes the village Post Office. Mundesley village offers a good selection of shops supplying most everyday needs.There are a general stores, a butcher, a fresh fish stall, hardware shop, florist, pharmacy,Tesco express, Chinese take away, fish & fry, four cafes in the village and a beach cafe which can be found on the promenade. There is free access to Wi-Fi within the Manor House Hotel and the Ship Inn. A ten minutes country walk away is Stow Mill which was built in 1827 which has its own Souvenir shop.
Mundesley Maritime Museum which is located near to the beach is also worth a visit.
The Norfolk Broads is a short drive away and is an enjoyable day out. A visit to Wroxham Barns open all year round with it's junior farm and children's funfair,and lots of hand craft shops plus it's award winning restaurant on your way would be well worthwhile. Nearby National Trust properties include Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall, Sheringham Park and Sandringham Estate which is the Norfolk retreat of HM The Queen.
Nearby towns and villages to Mundesley include North Walsham where Lord Nelson spent his school days at Paston school.The 16th century market cross is the focal point of the town. Sidestrand the village is forever immortalized as Poppyland, due to the writings of Victorian journalist Clement Scott. Overstrand in the past was once a fishing village and this tradition still continues but on a much smaller scale. Wroxham is considered to be, and has been called the capital of the Norfolk Broads and is where boating holiday started in the late 1800's the village has a good selection of tea shop,cafes and restaurants. Horning Staith with river day time trips sailing from the Swan Hotel in Horning offered by Southern Comfort on there Mississippi Paddle boat with excellent commentary the Swan Hotel date back to 1696 and is a country pub & restaurant.Cromer which is the Jewel of North Norfolk with its traditional end of pier variety show fresh crab sandwiches can be sampled in many of the towns pubs and restaurants.
Cromer dressed crabs can also be brought from the front of local fisher man houses.
Mary Jane Norfolk best fish and chip shop and restaurant can be found on one of Cromers cobbled street.

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(10.7 miles, 17.2 km, direction NW)

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(12.1 miles, 19.5 km, direction SE)

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