Cromer Holiday Cottages

Cromer, the jewel of the Norfolk coast, is like a postcard coming to life, offering a delightful mix of charm and coastal allure. Its sandy shores and bustling pier make it the perfect spot for a classic British seaside adventure. Cromer's iconic cliffs, a quirky mix of red and white, provide a stunning backdrop as you wander along the promenade. Indulge in the town's renowned Cromer crab, a local delicacy that seafood lovers can't resist. Don't miss the chance to catch a show at the Pavilion Theatre or explore the fascinating Henry Blogg Museum, celebrating the town's heroic lifeboatman. Cromer's friendly atmosphere, fresh sea air, and delicious seaside treats make it an ideal escape for those seeking a taste of quintessential coastal magic. With our wide range of Cromer holiday cottages, we've got you covered from dog-friendly to family-friendly. So, grab an ice cream, kick off your shoes, and let Cromer work its seaside charm on you.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Cromer

This charming seaside town in Norfolk offers a variety of attractions and activities to enjoy. If you're stuck for inspiration of how to keep the kids busy on your holiday, or for local intel on where to go in this delightful seaside town, then we've got you covered. With the largest collection of Norfolk cottages, we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Cromer:

Cromer Pier

One of the town's main highlights, Cromer Pier is an iconic structure offering stunning coastline views. Take a leisurely stroll along the pier, visit the Pavilion Theatre, and enjoy the amusements and traditional seaside entertainment.

Cromer Beach

Spend a day relaxing on Cromer Beach, a beautiful sandy stretch that's perfect for sunbathing, building sandcastles, or taking a refreshing dip in the North Sea. The beach also has colourful beach huts that add to its charm.

The RNLI Henry Blogg Museum

Learn about the impressive maritime history of Cromer and the courageous life of Henry Blogg, the most decorated lifeboatman in British history. The museum showcases the RNLI's (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) rescue missions and offers insight into the town's strong connection with the sea.

Amazona Zoo

Located just a short distance from Cromer, the Amazona Zoo is an excellent family-friendly attraction. This zoo specializes in South American wildlife, featuring animals such as jaguars, monkeys, flamingos, and many more. It offers an educational and fun experience for visitors of all ages.

Felbrigg Hall

Explore the splendid Felbrigg Hall, a grand 17th-century country house with beautiful gardens and a vast estate. The hall has a rich history and offers guided tours that allow visitors to discover its stunning architecture, antique collections, and the surrounding picturesque landscapes.

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