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Shoemakers Cottage | Town centre | Near the beach
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom
Shoemakers Cottage | Town centre | Near the beachA listed cottage built in traditional Norfolk red brick and flint nestled in the heart of Cromer town centre. Wide sandy beaches, seaside fun and a fabulous food scene of cafes, restaurants and pubs right on your doorstep. Unfortunately Shoemaker's Cottage is not suitable for those travelling with children or pets.
Reinvented contemporary cottage Norfolk Coast
Entire cottage · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom
Reinvented contemporary cottage Norfolk CoastEnjoy a stylish experience at this centrally-located cottage. Take in all the North Norfolk coast has to offer knowing you are returning to a cosy cottage by the sea. Located 10 minutes walk from the town centre and the beach No.45 is ideal for all times of the year, whether you want to park up and not use your car, arrive by public transport or discover the excellent surrounding tourist attractions on the North Norfolk Coast.
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Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom
Cottage-Standard-Private Bathroom-The CottageSet in four acres of gardens, The Grove has been owned by the same family since 1936 and offers Gold Award-winning accommodation, a double AA rosette restaurant, an indoor heated swimming pool – perfect for relaxing after a stroll through Warren Woods to the clifftop and beach beyond. Our Orchard Rooms, which opened in 2012, have become very popular, as are our six self-catering cottages, five of which are lovely barn conversions. The Grove also has glamping in a quiet corner of the garden.

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Houses in Cromer

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Charming cottage with sea views
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Seaside Mews (UKC3235)
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Jacob's Rest (UKC3703)
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Moments from the seafront in the heart of Cromer.
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Nelson Heights - Perfect seaside retreat, Cromer
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Pebble Cottage, Cromer
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Cozy Central Cromer Self Catering Cottage
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Bec Cottage, a lovely seaside retreat.
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Comfy double ensuite for North Norfolk getaway
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Parkside Cottage Cromer
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Stunning sea views with garden and drive
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Hobby Cottage, Felbrigg, Cromer

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Lovely flint cottage,log burner,walk to beach/town
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Holiday Cottage in Central Cromer
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Thornybank Cottage
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The Old Smokehouse, East Runton
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Sea Holly Cottage
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Melinda Cottage, East Runton, Cromer, Norfolk
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Secluded Cottage in Central Cromer
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Custard Cottage West Runton Norfolk
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3 Bed Artists Cottage & Garden, close to the Beach
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Spacious Two Double Bedroom Cottage in Cromer
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Cosy old Norfolk cottage only 2 miles from Cromer.
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Chesterfield Villa | In Cromer town centre with parking!

Cottages with free parking

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Charming Workman's Cottage - Cromer, Norfolk!
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Stunning, centrally-located Grade II-listed house
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Newly Renovated Cottage with Large Garden
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Cosy Hurn Cottage, hidden gem, North Norfolk Coast
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Church Rooms, Northrepps.
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Hen House - Manor Farm Cottages, north Norfolk
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Sunny View (Near Cromer)
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Crabpot Cottage
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Sasha's Cottage
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The Beach Hut

Your guide to Cromer

Welcome to Cromer

Ever since the railway first connected Cromer with the city of Norwich in the 1880s, this seaside town has been attracting tourists for its four-mile stretch of beach and its beautiful location on the north Norfolk coast. Sitting on a hill that winds down to the sand, Cromer’s quaint streets were transformed by the Victorians, whose legacy remains not only in the bustling shops and cafes they built here but in one of the most charming piers in England — its Pavilion Theatre, built in 1901, still hosts a traditional end-of-pier variety show. A more ancient life as a crabbing village is still apparent in everyday Cromer, with fishermen bringing in their haul of crabs up the gangway by the pier to be enjoyed in almost any cafe or restaurant. Adding to its appeal are the coastal villages of East and West Runton a short walk to the west, and the Felbrigg estate, with its Jacobean mansion and gardens, a five-minute drive inland.


How do I get around Cromer?

Norwich Airport (NWI) is fewer than 20 miles away; its direct flights are limited to a small number of European cities, although it does offer connections to other international destinations. London Stansted (STN) is the nearest major international airport, 2.5 hours away by car, or you can take the train to Norwich and connect with Cromer from there by train or bus. There are some good public transport options that link Cromer with the rest of the north Norfolk coast as well as the Norfolk Broads, including the Coasthopper Bus. You won’t need a car to get around within Cromer itself as the town is compact. If you’re heading inland, however, a car can be helpful to explore the many local villages as well as the area’s stately homes.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cromer?

Summer is the warmest time to visit; the weather on the north Norfolk coast can get very cold in winter thanks to the North Sea winds that come down from the Arctic. Spring weather varies quite a bit, but is often wet; it’s also the time that the many historic homes and gardens in the area open for the season. By May it’s usually warm enough to enjoy the beaches without wrapping up. May coincides with the Cromer and Sheringham Crab & Lobster festival, which celebrates the local seafood. Another big draw is August’s three-day Cromer Carnival, when the whole town stops to take part in the float parade.


What are the top things to do in Cromer?

St Peter and St Paul

It’s 172 steps to the top of Norfolk’s tallest tower, and worth the climb for the views in all directions. The large medieval church, restored from dereliction in the late 19th century, has more to offer in its stunning Edward Burne-Jones stained-glass windows.

Henry Blogg Museum

Cromer’s history as a lifeboat station is long and full of legend. The current station, opened in 1999, can be seen at the end of the pier, and just a short walk along the seafront is this museum, fascinating for adults and children alike, charting the many brave ventures of the town’s rescue crews and named for coxswain Henry Blogg, who helped save more than 800 lives over a 53-year career.

Blakeney Point

Thirty minutes west of Cromer is north Norfolk’s loveliest stretch of coast, preserved as an Area of Outstanding Beauty. England’s largest colony of grey seals lives on the nature reserve at Blakeney Point — book a ferry trip to see them — while further west the flat expanses of Stiffkey Saltmarshes have to be seen to be believed, and fill the skies with birdlife.