Mundesley, North Norfolk
Spectacular Victorian seaside villa directly opposite a golden, sandy beach in North Norfolk.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
For the ultimate staycation, get together with family and friends and enjoy some Victorian grandeur just footsteps from a sandy shoreline. The Beach House at Mundesley provides luxury accommodation to large groups and provides everything guests require for a truly memorable stay. This handsome Victorian property sits just metres from the lovely beach and many of the rooms boast pretty sea views. The beach theme runs through the house with homely touches including decorative oars, seaside prints on the walls and deckchair stripes on soft furnishings. This is a house for groups looking to enjoy each others' company and create memories that can be cherished for years to come.
At the heart of the house is the large kitchen, well-equipped and with plenty of space for guests to mingle, chat, chop and cook all together. There is a huge dining table where lengthy brunches and evening meals can be enjoyed, while a handy sofa is a thoughtful and comfy addition.
Alternatively, enjoy dinner outdoors in the fabulous garden. With the close proximity to the sea, guests can enjoy the sound of the ocean and the fresh salty air while sipping drinks on the outdoor furniture, which includes a sofa and chairs and a large dining table. The south facing garden is a real sun trap and nicely sheltered, so when the sea breeze gets nippy the garden is often gloriously warm. There is also a Mediterranean style hot tub room, with your own private hot tub. Here you can enjoy a soak long into the night with a glass of something bubbly. The property also has a sauna for an added touch of luxury!
And after dinner, head into the cosy lounge and sink into the sofas and armchairs, warm toes by the log burning fire and enjoy a movie, or savour a night cap before heading up to one of the lovely bedrooms. Stylish, peaceful and luxurious, feature walls and vintage furniture add character and individuality to each of the lovely rooms, which are all spacious and have plenty of storage space and mirrors. There are king sized doubles, singe and twin rooms available.
There are two very large, stunning family bathrooms, with walk in showers and luxurious baths, and an additional shower room.
Beyond the Beach House, there is plenty to see and do. Swimmers will love being close to the sea, while the abundance of sand will keep sandcastlers content for hours. The coastal walk takes hikers to Cromer where they can sample the famous crab.
For dinners out, head over the road to the friendly Ship Inn, or to the highly recommended Gunton Arms, a short drive away. Of course, fish and chips are a must when visiting the seaside and has two traditional chip shops, The Village Chippy and Fresh'N'Fry.
sea views lovely fine dining restaurant with walking distance
Two night weekends (from early Friday to Sunday 6pm) are £1995
Weekly bookings only during July & August, from £3800 to £4200
Christmas: 5 nights at £4500
New Year: minimum 5 nights at £4500. 12 people maximum at New year.
October/May half term weeks and easter weeks are £3500 each week. Weekly bookings only during school holidays.
Take advantage of our special deal for smaller groups mid week
For just £250 per person, (minimum 7 people maximum 14) for a two night stay, Tuesday 12noon to Thursday 12noon we also provide for you:
* a three course dinner cooked by a private chef on your arrival day
* a luxury afternoon tea with a glass of prosecco
* a 30 minute beauty treatment - beauticians from a salon in Sheringham come to the house to give you a lovely relaxing treatment each.
You will of course have full run of the house & hot tub/sauna and a supersoft spa gown to go from house to hot tub. You can also add on a third night if you wish at a small extra cost. Contact Imogen directly to see menus and details of this wonderful mid week special.
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