In centuries past the main occupation of Mudesley’s villagers used to be fishing, and fishermen can still be seen fishing or launching their boats from the beach. The village has a range of small shops supplying everyday provisions as well as tea-rooms, restaurants and pubs. The beach is reached by walkways which descend down from the cliffs whilst the beautiful cliff top gardens offer an alternative quiet area to sit and relax.
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By Public Transport:
Vehicle access is via the B1159 and B1145 (from Cromer & North Walsham). Nearest train station is North Walsham (Norwich to Cromer line). Local bus service connects with trains. Quiet lanes for cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders.
- Public toilets