Mundesley TB Hospital was originally established by F W Burton-Fanning – as a tuberculosis sanatorium for rich patients. It was one of the first private tuberculosis sanatoria and the first large one to be purpose built in England. It was modelled on tuberculosis sanatoria in Germany and Switzerland where open-air treatment had been pioneered. The sanatorium is a large prefabricated building which was a model for a standardised design developed and marketed by Boulton and Paul. It was later Europe’s largest drugs and alcohol rehabilitation hospital.
This place is a beautiful example of victorian prefabrication, it still stands in very well maintained grounds… Thanks to Darbains for the help
We have researched the full history of this place, available here