Dog friendliness: Really good. Lots of beach. You can walk miles along it to get away from the small area in front of the main part.
Restrictions: 1st May – 1st October there are restrictions between certain groins but not beyond these.
Access: Various points but main access is concrete ramp by the Ship Inn which takes you down to the promenade and then steps to the beach.
Facilities: Mundesley is a busy little seaside village so there are all sorts of facilities. Cafes (many dog friendly including The Corner House) and amusements along the sea front, a couple of sea food sales vans, and a pub, The Ship Inn, is right on the cliff with a great dog friendly garden with splendid views up and down the coast. In the village itself there are various shops, a hotel, Chinese takeaway. There’s a tourist information centre and a tiny Maritime Museum too – plenty to see and do in Mundesley.
What the locals know: That there’s no point walking when the tide is in but there is a park with play area that can be used for a run around. Head a little way in from the sea front to find a useful selection of independent shops and the tourist information centre.