Mundesley village in Norfolk, England, UK.
Mundesley is a very pleasant village, quiet and peaceful, where past and present mingle quite happily, it is packed with all of the facilities you could desire. It has a wide sandy beach, which is easy to access, and safe so you can while away several sunny hours here with your family in the shade of the splendid cliffs.
Mundesley Parish Council web site: visit Mundesley Parish web site
There is a well-preserved windmill at the entrance to
Mundesley and the coast road dips where the stream from a millpond runs down to the sea,
there you can find the only overshot mill-wheel in the county.
Mundesley church stands high on the cliffs and is a church
without a tower. It has a 600-year-old window by the porch, which is adorned with two
figures, one smiling and one crying and a fine glass shows the Nativity with the
Mundesley also has what is probably the smallest museum in
Britain, which is in the old Coastguard lookout point. Built in 1928 it replaced an
older one on the same site which dated back to the end of the Napoleonic period.
The museum opened in 1995 and the first floor also houses the local branch of the National Coastwatch Institution.
The museum has permanent displays on the village history in general.
Comments from a Mundesley resident.
Mundesley has a 18 hole golf course and driving range,an array of shops and cafes. It is half an hour drive to the Cathedral city of Norwich and the Norfolk Broads. Also there are the quiet lanes for safe cycling and walking. The beaches boast the safe blue flag and are always clean. I have only lived here for 4 years but each year I love it more. Shirley
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