Waterside living is the norm in Mudeford, with high-end properties delivering stunning sea and harbour views. With delightful waterfront dining – and fresh seafood a perennial favourite – and the strong sense of community, cultural events, and local festivals create a welcoming environment.
Mudeford, with nature reserves and the Isle of Wight almost spitting distance away, combines coastal beauty with relaxed elegance, making it a perfect place to call home.
The Lobster Hatch
The Noisy Lobster
Perfect for paddleboarding
Mudeford living is a coastal idyll. This charming village on the south coast offers serene seaside living with classic British charm. Boasting unspoiled beaches, dramatic sea vistas, and enchanting sunsets, its fishing village ambiance, complete with historic cottages and a bustling quay, adding to the coastal living allure.
Seaside Bliss: Mudeford is renowned for its captivating coastal beauty, boasting pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and endless sea views. Mudeford maintains its charming fishing village atmosphere, with quaint cottages and a historic quay. Watch the local fishermen bringing in their daily catch and try fresh seafood in the many eateries nearby.
Mudeford Sandbank: A short ferry ride from Mudeford Quay takes you to the pretty natural Sandbank, where you’ll find picturesque beach huts and golden sands. This secluded spot is perfect for picnics, sunbathing, and swimming.
Waterside Living: Mudeford is celebrated for its waterfront properties, offering the utmost in waterside luxury. Wake up to stunning sea views, the tranquil harbour, or the relaxed meandering of the river Mude. Many explore the vibrant harbour by taking a scenic cruise or sailing in their own small river boat. From Mudeford, you can venture to the picturesque Christchurch Harbour, with its stunning marshes and diverse birdlife.
We love taking the kids down to Avon Beach after school in the summer and then getting fish and chips from The Lobster Hatch while watching the sun go down.
Nature and Wildlife: Mudeford Quay is a popular spot for birdwatching, with a variety of bird species and waders frequenting the area. The nearby Hengistbury Head Nature Reserve offers picturesque walking trails and birdwatching opportunities.
Local Dining: Mudeford boasts a selection of culinary delights. Savour delectable seafood and locally sourced dishes at fine dining restaurant, The Jetty, while enjoying the panoramic views of the harbour – or join lovers of live music while enjoying a hearty meal at one of the popular pubs, a leisurely stroll from anywhere in Mudeford.
Community and Culture: Mudeford fosters a strong sense of community, with numerous local events and a rich maritime heritage. The vibrant arts scene and local festivals provide cultural experiences for residents.
Transport and Accessibility: Mudeford offers easy access to Christchurch and the surrounding areas. Bournemouth is also within close reach, providing a hub of cultural events, shopping, and entertainment.
Haven House Inn and Café