- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Approximate Pricing: £355 - £515 per week
- Enjoy England Award: 3 Stars
1 double and 1 adult size bunk beds.
This 3 star VisitEngland.com accommodation comprises of: Lounge with comfortable three piece suite with a flat screen 32" panasonic digital television,+ Amazon fire TV stick a DVD player, with coffee tables and Internet DAB/FM radio and picturesque views. The comfortable living/dining area has a drop-leaf table which seats up to five people. The kitchen has a kettle, fridge freezer, microwave, toaster and electric oven with extractor hood. Bathroom with electric shower over the bath, wash basin shaving points and mirror with separate WC. Two bedrooms: one with a comfortable double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers with a ladies hair dryer and one with comfortable adult size bunk beds, wardrobe, and chest of drawers. All rooms except the WC have Dimplex electric heating. Wi-Fi is available and further details can be found in the chalet. A land line phone can be found in the lounge area for incoming calls. Electricity is included in the price. A good house-keeping deposit (GHD) of £80.00.
There is a bench seat plus a table and two chairs situated outside the chalet for you to enjoy the picturesque views..
The Royal Chalet Park is a small secluded chalet site situated only 200 yards from Mundesley Blue flag beach and main seafront The Royal Chalet Park is approximately 5 minutes walk from the village centre. It is tucked away in its own leafy grounds, conveniently behind the Royal Hotel which serves food and drinks and has a coffee lounge / shop which is open to non-residence. The Royal Chalet Park adjoins the Dell Chalet site, which has a stream running through, and borders onto the millpond with its resident ducks and wildlife. The site has many trees around making it sheltered and picturesque. It is ideally situated for long walks along the beach or cliff-tops.
There is private parking for holiday makers staying at Waddler's Rest and this is only one minute walk to the chalet.
The Royal hotel also allows parking for customers staying at Waddler's Rest. The car park for the Royal Hotel is next door to the Royal chalet park.
Mundesley- on- sea is in an area of outstanding natural beauty renowned for its Blue Flag magnificent beach with lifeguards on patrol during the season the beach is only ten minute walk away from Waddler's Rest. There is a Mundesley Golf course which always welcomes visiting players. Gold park recreation ground in the High street has a car boot every Tuesday. There are plenty of cliff top walks with extensive sea views and invigorating breeze. Mundesley also boasts many picture postcard views with many traditional brick and flint buildings which includes the village Post Office. Mundesley village offers a good selection of shops supplying most everyday needs.There are a general stores, a butcher, a fresh fish stall, hardware shop, florist, pharmacy,Tesco express, Chinese take away, fish & fry, four cafes in the village and a beach cafe which can be found on the promenade. A ten minutes country walk away is Stow Mill. The mill was built in 1827 and it has its own souvenir shop.
Mundesley Maritime Museum which is located near to the beach is also worth a visit.
The Norfolk Broads is a short drive away and is an enjoyable day out. Wroxham Barns is also a short drive away it is open all year round, with its junior farm and children's funfair and lots of hand craft shops. It also has an award winning restaurant which is also worth a visit. Nearby National Trust properties include Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall, Sheringham Park and Sandringham Estate which is the Norfolk retreat of HM The Queen.
Nearby towns and villages to Mundesley include North Walsham where Lord Nelson spent his school days at Paston School. The 16th century market cross is the focal point of the town. Sidestrand is the village which is forever immortalized as Poppyland, due to the writings of Victorian journalist Clement Scott. Overstrand in the past was once a fishing village and this tradition still continues but on a much smaller scale. Wroxham is considered to be, and has been called the capital of the Norfolk Broads and is where boating holiday started in the late 1800's the village has a good selection of tea shops, cafes and restaurants. Horning Staith with river day time trips sailing from the Swan Hotel in Horning offered by Southern Comfort on their Mississippi Paddle boat with excellent commentary. The Swan Hotel dates back to 1696 and is a country pub and restaurant. Cromer which is known as the Jewel of North Norfolk with its traditional end of pier variety shows and fresh crab sandwiches which can be sampled in many of the local pubs.
Cromer dressed crabs can also be brought from the front of local fisher man houses.
Mary Janes is known as Norfolk's best fish and chip shop and the restaurant can be found on one of Cromers cobbled streets.
Mundesley sandy beach with its blue flag award is only 200 yards away.
Ask the owner, Thomas Boundy a question...
Don't forget to mention Glaven Valley when calling.