Mundesley village centre is just a mile from Sandy Gulls. This popular seaside village has a wide range of shops, many selling local produce for those evenings when you want to cook for yourself and its cafes, restaurants and pubs will give many options for lunchtime snacks and evening meals.
You can enjoy a game of golf on the fine nine-hole (known for its hospitality) Mundesley Golf Course. While you play, take in some of the finest views of the North Norfolk coast. Practice your swing on the flood-lit driving range, try your hand on the superb adventure putting green in the village, or just relax at the Blue Flag.
Mundesley Beach is the envy of many resorts in the region.
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North Norfolk has a rich variety of places to visit and things to see and do:
- Take a trip on the North Norfolk Railway from Sheringham to Holt
- Visit nearby East Ruston Gardens or walk the Weavers Way.
- Discover the splendour and history of Blickling, Felbrigg and other fine country houses in North Norfolk
- Take a boat ride on the Norfolk Broads or visit the seals at Blakeney Point
North Norfolk has many interesting Nature Reserves and Bird Sanctuaries and, as you might expect in a rural landscape, a host of windmills, many within easy reach of Sandy Gulls and all worth a visit.
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Just a few miles, but a very nice gentle ride around the corner of North and East Norfolk.
6 miles, takes about half an hour, unless stopping at cafes, pubs; there's a few on the route.
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Travel by train from Cromer, through the most beautiful Norfolk countryside, to Norwich, one of England's finest cities. Enjoy a visit to the magnificent Norman Cathedral, Castle Museum,or the famous Theatre Royal. Closer to Mundesley is Cromer, Gem of the Norfolk Coast, with it's famous Crabs, Pier and the Seaside Special End of the Pier Show - as well as the multi-screen Cinema, pubs and restaurants.
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