Cromer is now a family-orientated Victorian seaside town in Norfolk with a safe and sandy beach, traditional amusement arcades, a Victorian pier and an appealing range of family-friendly holiday cottages. The latter has a theatre with a terrific reputation for ''end of the pier' seaside shows. Visitors can enjoy a holiday in the resort in a range of comfortable holiday homes, both in the town and its surrounding villages on the coast. History lovers will a very quaint Museum in an old Cromer fisherman's cottage portraying 19th Century life in the town.
NOW PET FRIENDLY+ YOUR DOG CAN STAY FREE* TOO - A Luxurious, 5-Star large holiday house near Cromer in a village setting 300m from an award-winning beach. Facilities in this Grade II-listed, wheelchair accessible and child friendly home include a hot tub, games room, trampoline, and private garden
YOUR DOG CAN STAY FREE* TOO The Brambles is a dog friendly luxury holiday cottage, 300 mtrs from the beach in a secluded Norfolk village location near Cromer. It sleeps 6-8 plus cot. Relax in this coastal cottage by the sea with landscaped gardens with a hot tub and sleep well in its gorgeous beds.
YOUR DOG CAN STAY FREE* TOO Stable Cottage on the North Norfolk coast in Cromer is a luxury 5-star Award winning Norfolk holiday cottage. 5-minutes walk from the beach. Facilities at this secluded, pet friendly cottage include a hot tub, table tennis, Sky HD and, in the private walled garden + BBQ.
Birch House is a large Victorian seaside holiday home in Cromer just a few minutes walk from the beach. It sleeps 17 guests in 9 bedrooms (6 with en suite bathrooms). Ideal for traditional seaside holidays and short breaks in Norfolk for large families or groups of friends.
- Sleeps 17
- Bedrooms 9
- Bathrooms 8
- Large Cottages
The Mannington is one of a handful of barn conversions in a small complex on the Norfolk coast near Cromer full of character features and luxuriously furnished. Sleeping 6 in 2 bedrooms, guests have use of a heated indoor swimming pool and children?s play area.
Although still having a fishing fleet of mainly crab boats, the town doesn't have a harbour. Instead, visitors can watch boast being winched up the beach by the old cobblestoned Gangway. Enjoy a fresh Cromer-Crab lunch in one of the many seaside restaurants on the promenade overlooking the beach. The town also has a number of mini parks and gardens to wander through or perhaps enjoy a picnic on a sunny day.
It's the place names surrounding the town which makes it a very good holiday jumping-off point for the ancient, the picturesque and the natural environment. Holkham, for example, with its elegant buildings and wide, wide beach has the Palladian mansion, Holkham Hall, in a deer-park designed, of course, by Capability Brown. Home to the Earl of Leicester, its grand state rooms are packed with fine furniture and tapestries; there's a huge kitchen to be inspected, and a Bygones Museum with everything mechanical from toys, tractors to vintage cars.
Norwich is also within easy reach of Cromer and well worth a day trip. One of the grandest cities in the country, has retained the architectural treasures from its early medieval wool-market expansion era, set between the early Norman castle and the magnificent cathedral. But the city has not stood still in this early glory with shopping centres,markets,museums,art galleries and University.