About Cromer

Cromer is a traditional Victorian seaside resort situated on the North Norfolk coast. It has two blue flag beaches and a fabulous pier which offers end of pier entertainment throughout the year. Enjoy strolling along the promenade and the wide, sandy beaches. The award winning North Norfolk coast path also provides plenty of opportunities for scenic walks. Cyclists can explore the 92 miles of North Norfolk Coast Cycleways. These run parallel to the coast and pass through a mixture of ‘quiet roads’ and country lanes to link Cromer with King’s Lynn to the west and Great Yarmouth to the east. Other local attractions include Cromer’s Amazona Zoo, the RNLI lifeboat station, Henry Blogg Museum, boating lake, museum and cinema.Cromer pier and beach

There is a good choice of restaurants, cafes and pubs as well as a range of small, independent shops, all within minutes of the property. Cromer is an ideal base for exploring North Norfolk, the Broads and Norwich. All are easily accessible by car or public transport. Also nearby is the seaside town of Sheringham, royal home of Sandringham and National Trust properties of Blickling and Felbrigg.

There is a regular bus and train service to Norwich and the Broads. The Coasthopper bus is a convenient and relaxing way to visit towns and villages along the North Norfolk coast, taking advantage of the opportunities for bird watching and boat trips to see the seals.