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- A delightful and unusual Grade 2* listed building in the finest position in Cromer, by the shops and historic parish church and overlooking the beach and pier
- Cocktail bar, television lounge and superb reception lounge
- Games room with pool, table tennis and darts
- Delightful twin restaurants with dance floor
- Entertainment is provided most evenings
- Free WiFi in public areas
- All 61 bedrooms have tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and Freeview TV with radio channels
- All bedrooms have bath or shower and WC. Most offer excellent sea or town views
- Central heating throughout
- Lift serves most rooms
- Limited car parking in front of the hotel
- Entire hotel, including all bedrooms, is a no smoking area
- Delightful restaurant in two sections with interesting stained glass windows
- Magnificent Reception lounge with splendid architectural details
- Small TV lounge
- Attractive cocktail bar overlooking the sea
- Games room with pool, table tennis and darts
- Entertainment is provided most evenings in the restaurant which has a dance floor
- Lift serves all floors and is large enough for a wheelchair
- Check in from 16:00. Check out by 11:00. Additional charges apply where earlier check in or late check out are required
- Note for clients with mobility impairment: this hotel does not have any ground floor rooms. There are two steps at the main entrance and one at the rear (High Street) entrance. All public areas are level access except for the games room. Bedroom floors mostly consist of large open corridors but there are a few rooms on the inland elevation which are on a slightly different level. The lift is large enough for a wheelchair.
- Our attractive twin restaurants have sea views and can seat 110 people
- Breakfast: We provide a waiter served breakfast from 08:00 to 09:30 with last orders at 09:00
- Lunch: We offer bar snacks in the Bar at lunch time. Lunch is also available in the restaurant for pre-booked parties.
- Dinner: We provide a waiter served table d’hote dinner from 18:30 to 20:00 with last orders at 19:15
- Special Diets: A selection of vegetarian options is available on the dinner menu. For a more efficient service we recommend these are requested in advance of the meal. Special diets can also be catered for on request; we ask that you contact us at least seven days prior to arrival and provide a diet sheet.
- To see our current menu, please follow this link.
- 61 bedrooms on 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors (there are no ground floor rooms)
- 16 double rooms, 22 twin rooms, 14 single rooms, 3 rooms with three single beds and 8 rooms with a double and a single bed
- Lift serves all floors but a few rooms at the rear of the building are only accessible via a few stairs from the lift level. All front rooms are at the same level as the lift
- We have 27 rooms with excellent sea views where you can sit by the window and enjoy the view
- All rooms have central heating but we do not have any rooms with air conditioning
- All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and Freeview TV with radio channels
- All bathrooms are equipped with a bath or shower and WC. Most rooms have a shower rather than a bath; if you have a strong preference for one or the other, please tell us when you make your booking because we are often fully booked and it can be difficult to change rooms on arrival
- Cots can be provided on request in any room type (except single rooms)
- Ironing facilities are available from reception
- Smoking is prohibited in all of our bedrooms
- We do not provide room service in normal circumstances
Cromer was patronised by royalty and grew in the 19th Century from a small fishing village to a distinctly upper class tourist resort. Today, the town is full of character with narrow twisting streets and a vibrant promenade which hosts regular live entertainment. The harbour bustles with the activity of local crab fishermen, whilst the main street is often filled with people enjoying Cromer’s selection of local and high street shops. In town, there are art galleries, cinemas, tea shops and excellent sea-food restaurants.
The resort is at its most busy and lively during its spectacular carnival. At the same time, there is plenty for those who want to relax away from the crowds. Enjoy the resort’s beautifully kept gardens, expansive sandy beaches and majestic church tower with commanding views of the coastline. There is the opportunity to enjoy some spectacular walks, particularly to the west, amongst a landscape known as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Cromer is set amidst the pleasant countryside of North Norfolk with its uniquely charming scenery. The Norfolk Broads and the East Anglia coastline are made up of river valleys, rolling green fields, secluded woodlands, marshlands and miles of glorious beaches and dramatic cliffs. There are rural crafts, animal collections, castles, windmills, historic houses and gardens found amongst picture postcard villages and ancient market towns. Activities including boating, fishing, birdwatching, walking or just admiring the peaceful scenery are all here to enjoy.
The quaint narrow, twisting streets are home to a host of interesting shops selling all manner of goods, from household items to the delicious Cromer crabs for which the town is well known.
Cromer's sand and shingle beach is popular with both bathers and surfers and offers clean waters and safe bathing. The pretty gardens along the cliff are well stocked and also feature pitch and putt and the bowling green.
Tel:0871 200 3071
The Pavilion Theatre & Cromer Pier
The theatre hosts a variety of acts and performances, including end of pier pantomime featuring big names and a series of Summer Specials.
Learn about the evolution of the town from prehistoric times, including the history of fishing and tourism.
Just south of Cromer lies one of the finest 17th century houses in Norfolk. Summer events include Living History days, Cellar and Attic tours and a range of guided walks.
Hillside Horse and Pony Sanctuary
Home to many rescued horses and ponies, the sanctuary also features a farming museum, cafeteria and gift shop.
Henry Blogg Museum
The museum commemorates the heroic efforts of Cromer’s lifeguards including Henry Blogg, who saved more than 500 lives over a 30 year period.
Royal Cromer Golf Club
The premier club of the area, the course is set on the cliff side and commands panoramic views across Cromer and the North Sea.
Priory Maze and Gardens
One of the most enchanting natural gardens in Norfolk with a variety of attractions including the maze, which is based on the ruins of Beeston Priory, a garden centre, rose and herb gardens and a tearoom.
Seaside Specials are staged from June to September and throughout December in the Pavilion Theatre on Cromer Pier, often featuring well-known names in showbiz.
Cromer Carnival Week
Held in August, this is one of the biggest carnivals in the country attracting people from across the nation for a week of festivities.
Royal Norfolk Show
The biggest agricultural show in the country offers a great day out for everyone.
North Norfolk Music Festival is held over 12 days in August at various locations throughout the county and features performances from local and renowned artists.
Sandringham Flower Show takes place in July in the grounds of Sandringham House and is regarded as one of the most prestigious horticultural events the east of England. The show features not only the best in horticulture, but a programme of entertainment for all ages to enjoy.
Sheringham Beer Festival takes place in July at Sheringham Station. Sample some of the finest beers from around the region.
Sheringham Steam Galas are held in March and August at the Sheringham Railway which showcases guest and home engines.
Wells Carnival is held over nine days in July/August and includes over 70 individual activities, as well as a traditional carnival procession and outdoor cinema.
Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival
Taking place in early September, the festival is a huge annual event in nearby Great Yarmouth. Highlights include stalls, exhibitions, tall ships and live music.
Annual Boxing Day Swim takes place on Boxing Day morning when hundreds of participants, many in fancy dress, take to the sea (subject to sea conditions).
Tourist Information Tel:01493 846345
East Anglia's top seaside resort is packed with activities and attractions to suit every taste. With its long sandy beach, Model Village, Pleasure Beach and Sea Life Centre, not to mention the wide range of sporting activities and top of the range shows, Great Yarmouth is ideal for a day trip or a longer stay.
Tourist Information Tel:01328 820510
The village is visited by thousands of pilgrims who come to see the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. The village itself has numerous attractions, including the Wells & Walsingham Light Railway, the longest 10¼ inch narrow gauge steam railway in the world and splendid independent shops.
Tourist Information Tel:01603 727927
Norwich is one of Britain's most attractive cities with winding shopping streets, an imposing cathedral and the highest number of pre-Reformation churches in Europe. Enjoy a tour of the city, either by bus or on foot to learn more about the exquisite buildings spanning 1000 years of history.
Wroxham Tel:01603 782207
Enjoy a relaxing river trip (included on some tours), or skipper your own easy to drive day boat and explore the Broads at your leisure.
Bure Valley Railway
Norfolk's longest 15in gauge railway runs between Aylsham and Wroxham.
The Muckleburgh Collection
Britain’s largest working military collection, with tank demonstrations, military museum, shop and restaurant.
A superb Jacobean house, famed for its Long Gallery and fine tapestries. It is also reputed to be haunted by the ghosts of Anne Boleyn and Falstaff.
The Thursford Collection
An extensive collection of steam driven machines including steam organs, traction engines, steam rollers and even fairground rides.
Tel 01553 772675
The country retreat of the Queen, Sandringham is Norfolk’s most famous stately home and is open to the public when the Royal Family are not in residence.
Sheringham is home to the North Norfolk Railway which runs through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and uses vintage diesel carriages on many of its journeys.
King's Lynn is an historic port which lies on the banks of the River Great Ouse where it flows out to the Wash. The Hanseatic merchants of medieval England built many warehouses here which can still be seen today. It is also the birthplace of Captain George Vancouver, whose voyages took him to Canada where he founded the city which bears his name.
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