Self-Catering Cottage in Waddler’s Rest Norfolk England.
Arrive at Waddler’s Rest, situated in well-tended lawned gardens and experience a feeling of relaxation as you enjoy the views of the duck pond and the spectacular open Norfolk skies.
The village centre, with its variety of shops, cafe and hotels plus a Tourist Information shop is ten minutes walk away. The beach is five minutes from the chalet and for those of a more energetic nature the cliffs provide an excellent backdrop for walking and exploration.
Mundesley also has a Golf Course which always welcomes visiting players.
The Broads, a short drive away, is an enjoyable day out and a visit to Wroxham Barns on your way would be well worthwhile.
Inside the chalet you will find a dining/sitting room with comfortable furniture and brightly decorated throughout.
Mundesley is a charming seaside village situated on the North Norfolk coast. One of its many attractions is its miles of superb sandy beach.
Winner of the prestigious Blue Flag award for several years running. Lifeguards are in attendance during the Summer months making it safe for children.
On the promenade is a row of brightly coloured beach huts. Our hut, Waddler’s View, is available for hire during the season with all beach equipment for your use.
The hut is situated near all facilities to make your holiday enjoyable.
Mundesley Maritime Museum overlooks the beach. Exhibits include photographs, prints and information illustrating Mundesley’s maritime history.
Ten minutes country walk away from Waddler’s Rest is Stow Mill. The Mill was built as a flour mill in 1827.
It is unusual in the fact that it was designed from the outset to look scenic. The Mill is open all year round from 10am until dusk.
Views for miles over the countryside can be enjoyed from the top floor of the Windmill.
Mundesley also boasts many picture postcard views with many traditional brick and flint buildings including the village Post Office.
Six miles from Mundesley is the quaint seaside town of Cromer.
One of the town’s attractions is the Victorian pier, and Cromer’s still holds “end of pier shows”. You can also fish from the pier. Cromer is also famous for its crabs when in season.
Mary Jane’s Fish and Chip shop can also be found in one of the cobbled back streets of Cromer and the wonderful aroma will guide you there.
Felbrigg Hall, Sheringham Park, and Blickling Hall, all National Trust properties, are near Cromer and are all well worth a visit.