About Cromer

cromer in Norfolk

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Cromer is one of the larger towns along the North Norfolk coast.
The town itself is full of tourist attractions, shops, arcades, pubs, restaurants and a cinema. Down on the traditional seafront there are fairground rides for the children, and a traditional pier with the Pavilion Theatre, with regular seasonal seaside shows for all the family.
A walk or a short drive around the coast will take you to the Happy Valley, a more secluded spot where a winding stairway is cut into the cliffs and leads you down to a sheltered, sandy cove perfect for a quiet afternoon in the sun.
At the bottom of the Slipway to the East of Cromer Pier you will find The Lifeboat Museum, and above it the Rocket Cafe, both well worth a visit.

Sunday 6:46pm: Short stays and discounted stays in Sept and Oct. Listed rural barn, 5 minutes from Cromer and the sea.Priivate enc garden.

Sunday 12:08pm: Aug bank hold week 295 5n, pub walkable, listed barn, large gardens. pub walkable,nr Cromer and sea.

Sunday 12:07pm: Short stays and discounted stays in August. Listed rural barn, 5 minutes from Cromer and the sea.Priivate enc garden.

Saturday 3:58pm: Short lets and discounted stays in August. Listed rural barn, 5 minutes from Cromer and the sea.Priivate enc garden.