|Coastguards is ideally placed for the perfect North Norfolk beach holiday and the gateway for such natural wonders as the Broads and the coastal towns of Cromer and Sherringham.Mundesley itself is a pretty little Norfolk village with plenty of local shops including a grocers; post office; tea room and cafes.From the walled front garden, there is a grassy path that leads to Mundelsey park complete with playground and football pitches.
Across the park, it’s less than a hundred yards over the coast road to the main path that leads down to Mundesley’s award-winning Blue Flag beach.
How To Get Here
- From Norwich take the A47 towards Great Yarmouth.
- Take the main Thorpe St Andrew junction signposted Norwich North and East and at the roundabout take the left hand feeder lane round following the signs for the A1042.
- Keep going until you come to a mini roundabout signposted Cromer A140 off to the right. Then get into the left hand lane and follow the road round.
- This is the Norwich Ring Road, which you continue on until you get to a roundabout with North Walsham B1150 signposted to your right.
- When you get to North Walsham turn left onto the by-pass and follow the signs to Mundesley straight on.
- After four miles there will be a road on your left signposted to village centre.
- Take this road and then immediately turn right.
- As you come into the village follow the one-way system round to the left down Back Street. At the T-junction turn right, and then right again as though coming back on yourself.
- A matter of yards on your left, opposite the village deli and bakery is Russell Terrace a narrow walled road.
- Take this road and then take the next left down another narrow lane which winds round to the right.
- At the bottom of this lane is the gated parking area for Coastguards.