This large, well-presented, mid-terrace Victorian townhouse is located over four floors in the popular Norfolk seaside town of Cromer.
This spacious Cromer holiday cottage is just a few minutes' walk from Cromer seafront with its traditional pier, making it ideal for a group of families or friends looking to enjoy a coastal break in Norfolk.
The ground floor of this Cromer cottage features a cosy sitting room, a king-size double bedroom and a well-equipped kitchen with French doors that open onto a small, enclosed courtyard garden.
On the first floor of your Cromer cottage there is an additional large family sitting room with a door to a small balcony, along with two en-suite bedrooms, while on the second floor there are four further en-suite bedrooms.
Two further bedrooms and a separate shower room on the third floor complete your Cromer cottage accommodation, while the private courtyard garden outside your Norfolk cottage provides a lovely spot to sit out and relax.
The vibrant cliff top seaside town of Cromer, well-known for its fresh crabs, enjoys a beautiful sandy beach and narrow little alleyways crammed with shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes.
The town is also home to a lifeboat station and museum and the Pavilion Theatre on the pier, with family shows and Cromer Carnival held every summer.
Travel a little further to National Trust's Felbrigg Hall or the South American themed zoo 'Amazona Zoo'.
A fantastic Cromer holiday cottage, perfect for a family get-together.
About the location
Sheringham 4 miles; Holt 10 miles.
The popular North Norfolk seaside town of Cromer is known for its wonderful clifftop promenade, with attractive, colourful gardens and seating areas ideally placed for enjoying the stunning panoramic views over the sea. Cromer has a lovely, sandy Blue Flag beach where both children and adults can spend hours building sand castles, swimming, sunbathing or investigating the tidal pools in search of interesting sea creatures, which include young Cromer crabs. Cromer is proud of its beautiful Victorian pier, offering theatre shows, a museum and an RNLI lifeboat station, which is open to visitors and where you can learn about Cromer’s long lifeboat history. The town centre offers a variety of shops, cafés, restaurants, public houses and amusements, while local golf courses can be found at Cromer, Sheringham and West Runton. This part of North Norfolk offers many places of interest to visit, including the National Trust’s Sheringham Park and Felbrigg Hall, both enjoying wonderful woodland areas for walks and picnics, along with the Norfolk Shire Horse Centre, Amazona Zoo and the Hilltop Outdoor Adventure Centre. Take a nostalgic journey on a steam train at nearby Sheringham, or spend a day driving or cycling along North Norfolk’s beautiful coastline, stopping off to explore its salt marshes and nature reserves rich with birdlife. A lovely holiday location for all!