Mundesley is considered one of Norfolk's finest beaches, long and sandy with safe swimming at low tide and all the amenities and charm of a popular seaside resort. The beach is backed by a promenade lined with colourful beach huts.
Mundesley is a picturesque village on the North Norfolk coast. In the village centre you can find the fruit and veg store, flower shop, butchers, hair dressers, gift shop and many more. As well as gold park which hosts its own boot sale in the warmer months every Wednesday. Cromer is just a short drive up the coast and there is a local bus service too.
Cromer’s Pavilion Theatre is now the only theatre at the end of a Pier that produces an in-house show every summer and winter season.
Gunton has the remains of an 18th and 19th-century park, park woodland and agricultural landscape of 680 hectares with gardens and parkland around the house of 80 hectares. The land has been in divided ownership since 1980. Of particular note is the Gunton Mill which is situated to the south of the hall in the former deer park. The original corn water mill was listed in the Domesday Book and was subsequently replaced by a saw mill in 1820 to provide cut timber for the estate. The registered area covers some 475 hectares.
Designed originally by Tom Morris with later improvements made by J H Taylor and James Braid, the current Frank Pennick design has been constructed out of hummocky, sandy hills covered with gorse and bracken and seamed with grassy valleys, it is a tidy caringly kept Golf Course and a model of what good greenkeeping ought to be. Whether you play on a calm, peaceful summer day, or during the cold winter months, Royal Cromer offers a challenge to players of all abilities. Regarded as one of Norfolk's finest it is renowned for its friendly atmosphere and we hope that all visitors will heed our sincere invitation to make themselves at home.