Cromer Cottages

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    Birch House: Large, mid-terrace Victorian townhouse in Norfolk seaside town of Cromer. En-suite facilities, courtyard garden. Beach 2 mins walk. Sheringham 4 miles. (Ref. 18650)

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    Bon Vista: Perfectly located for the beach. Perfect base for exploring the wonderful North Norfolk Coast. Short drive from the Norfolk Broads. WiFi. Sheringham 4 miles. (Ref. 936290)

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    The Hideaway Cottage: Superb cottage in the heart of the seaside town of Cromer, ideal for a romantic holiday exploring the North Norfolk Coast. Spacious accommodation, woodburning stove, pet-friendly, off road parking. Sheringham 4 miles. (Ref. 940493)

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    The Dingle: Superb, detached family cottage within walking distance of Cromer's town centre and beach, and near Royal Cromer Golf Club. WiFi. Enclosed lawned garden. Sheringham 5 miles. (Ref. 920545)

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    Oak Lodge: This apartment is situated in the village of East Runton, Norfolk. Open plan sitting area. Views. Close to the sea front. Cromer 1.5 miles. (Ref. 952196)

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    5 Melinda Cottages: Traditional old fisherman's cottage with three bedrooms, close to the beach and a perfect base for exploring the North Norfolk Coast. Pet-friendly. WiFi. Cromer 1.5 miles. (Ref. 925153)

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    Waverley Cottage: Beautiful, traditional cottage which is ideal for a romantic break and there is a second single bedroom. WiFi. Woodburning stove. Close to the beach and a perfect base for exploring the North Norfolk coast. Cromer 1.5 miles. (Ref. 935404)

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    Robin's Nest: A three-storey, mid-terrace holiday home close to the coastal town of Cromer. WiFi. En-suite shower. Enclosed garden. Beach nearby, plus good walking, cycling and birdwatching opportunities. Cromer 1 mile. (Ref. 917575)

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    The Paddocks: Superb barn conversion cottage near to Cromer on the Norfolk coast. Ground floor bedroom, impressive woodburner and lovely views. Beach 1.5 miles. (Ref. 18084)

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    Woodmans Barn: A delightful semi-detached barn conversion cottage, a short drive from the seaside town of Cromer. Woodburner. Exposed stonework. Short drive to beach. Cromer 1.5 miles. (Ref. 905404)

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Just show me Cromer Cottages

Welcome to Cromer on the stunning North Norfolk coast , home of the Cromer Crab, a local delicacy truly worth travelling for. Buy fresh from the fish stalls for sumptuous suppers in your Cromer cottage, dangle a net over the pier, or sample all kinds of dishes in the many pubs and restaurants. Stay in August for the Cromer and Sheringham Crab & Lobster Festival, a crustacean celebration of art, music and comedy featuring the 'Crustacean Crawl' of giant crabs and lobsters!

But there's more to Cromer than crabs. This picturesque Norfolk town is blessed with striking Victorian architecture, an award-winning, sandy beach and lots of interesting shops. For amazing coastal views, wander the cliff-top, flower-filled gardens, or climb the 172 steps to the magnificent medieval church with its lofty tower.

Book a Cromer cottage for fantastic entertainmentNorfolk Visitor Guide

Cromer is proud to host the last remaining, end-of-pier show in England and the Pavilion Theatre puts on all sorts of variety shows, including the summertime Seaside Special. Book a Cromer cottage in August and along with giant crabs and lobsters look out for the Cromer Carnival, with fly-pasts, floats and fancy dress.

Unravel local history, geology and archaeology at the Cromer Museum, showcasing a collection of fossils including the West Runton Elephant, an extraordinary relic found in Ice Age cliffs. Learn about Henry Blogg's heroic work at the RNLI Museum. Or head out just a couple of miles to Felbrigg Hall, a splendid National Trust estate perfect for whiling away a few hours.

Just a few reasons to book a Cromer cottage!