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Tel code: 01263 | code search
Postcode: NR27 | code search
Population: 7700
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Birthplace of:
James Dyson
Gillian Shephard

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Food Legends:
Cromer Crab
Hauntings and Ghosts:
Black Shuck
Folk Customs:
Blessing the Nets
Jack Valentine
World Fen Skating Championships

Cromer Events

Crab & Lobster Festival
Folk on the Pier
Folk on the Pier

Cromer Carnival

Art and Literary Festival

Art and Literary Festival
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Manor Farm Caravan & Campsite
"Two parties totaling five people(3+2),the second party following next day. Access to our cottage required a key fob operating a gate. This caused a problem as both parties had ..." More

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"many thanks for a safe and excellent service. I highly recommend 1st choice services used them for a hen night trip into Norwich they were punctual and made sure all ..." More

Virginia Court Hotel
"Good Points: easy parking,near to town centre and beach, good food. good staff. General review: very happy to have stayed there

Date visited: 2009-08-23 ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Cromer | 10 Places to Stay

Situated at the north east corner of Norfolk, Cromer is a lively resort town that manages to retain its gentility. The town has a largely Victorian air, as it boomed in that era after the arrival of the railway in 1877, and in the 1890s was rather fashionable. There is something Victorian too about a pier that still has end of the pier shows, and that offers the simple pleasure for children (and their parents) of crabbing, and an excellent beach for the joys of sandcastle building. Crabs are a key component of the town’s identity, with aficionados claiming Cromer crabs are sweeter than those found elsewhere in Britain. There may be something to that claim – Cromer crabs can be taken at a smaller size than is usual in the UK, and the marine geography is special here, with an undersea chalk shelf running nearby. Cromer has roots well before the Victorian era of course (even the name was once different - it was called Shipden in the distant past). The medieval church has an imposing tower, the highest church tower in Norfolk. And just a couple of miles south of the town is 17th-century Felbrigg Hall, a National Trust property with an important collection of Grand Tour paintings. But it is the sea that is the town’s heart. There are still fishermen landing their catches, and mariners are grateful for the protection offered by the lighthouse and by the famous Cromer lifeboats, whose history can be explored in the impressive Henry Blogg museum on the promenade.


Aplus Accountancy
Investing Ethically Ltd
Larking Gowen


Cromer Beach
Cromer Boating Lake
Cromer Museum
Henry Blogg Museum
Hillside Animal Sanctuary
Little Gems
Priory Maze and Gardens


Forest Park Caravan Site
Manor Farm Caravan & Campsite
Seacroft Camping Park
Woodhill Park


Dance - Starlight School Of Dance


Baker's Court
Deer Park Cottage
Hornbeam Cottage
Valley Cottage


North Norfolk District Council


Corner House Dental Practice
G Enslin
Mr G Enslin


Dr Lennox & Partners

Estate Agent

Abbotts Estate Agents Ltd
Brown William H
Daugaard & Co
G A Key
Russell & Co

Golf Club

Links Country Park Hotel Golf Club
Royal Cromer


Cromer Market

Performing Arts

Marlenes School Of Dance
Pavilion Theatre

Pub and Bar

Dolphin Freehouse
Kings Head
Village Inn


Blue Danube

Cottage Restaurant
Dolphin Freehouse
Garden Street Grill
Links Country Park Hotel Golf Club
Mirabelle Restaurant


Beeston Hall
Cromer High School
Marlenes School Of Dance


Woodhill Park


Pope & Co


1st Choice
Ace Cabs Cromer
Country Cars
My Taxi


Pavilion Theatre

Sports Clubs

Cromer CC (Cricket)
Cromer Lawn Tennis & Squash Club (Tennis)
Cromer Town (Amateur Football)


Discount Book & Jigsaw Co

Flower Centre
J W H Jonas
Overstrand Cottage Garden Centre
Pet Stuff
Lords Of Cromer
Michelle's Footwear


Seago A E
Bond Street Antiques


West Runton Riding Stables(Riding)
Cromer Boating Lake(Water Sports)

Places to Stay near Cromer

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Links Country Park Hotel Golf Club (0.10 miles)

Links Country Park Hotel Golf Club
Proudly independent, "The Links", considered by many to be the best golf, leisure and conference hotel in North Norfolk is set in 35 acres of lightly wooded coastal parkland, designated as an area of Outstanding ... More | visit website
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Anglia Court Hotel (0.32 miles)

The Hotel is less than five minutes walk from the town centre and all of Cromer's popular attractions. The magnificent church of St Peter & St Paul dominates the town centre with it's ... More | visit website
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Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel (1.50 miles)

Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel

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Welcome. Historic Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel is one of East Anglia’s finest bijou hotels from which you can enjoy the delights of beautiful North Norfolk. The hotel is located close to ... More

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Sea Marge Hotel (1.85 miles)

Sea Marge Hotel
Perched on the cliff tops of the beautiful North Norfolk coast, you will find the Sea Marge, an elegant Edwardian mansion steeped in history.

This fine Grade II listed building resplendent in 5 acres of terraced gardens and ... More | visit website
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The White Horse (1.85 miles)

The White Horse

The White Horse Overstrand is a family-owned AA four star Inn. A traditional Village Pub with a difference, offering luxury Accommodation, a first class Restaurant serving top quality cuisine and a well-stocked Bar. We are ... More | visit website

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The Eiders (2.79 miles)

The Eiders
James & Caroline Jarvis offer you a warm welcome to our recently refurbished property and provide you with high quality ground floor en-suite facilities. Our guest rooms are individually designed (3 with balconies which overlook ... More | visit website
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Felbrigg Lodge (3.06 miles)

Felbrigg Lodge

This luxury bed and breakfast accommodation is situated in an idyllic romantic setting, in a peaceful countryside location a short drive from the picturesque north Norfolk coast. Felbrigg Lodge adjoins the southern boundary of Felbrigg Hall, ... More | visit website

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Briarwood at Thorpewood Cottages (4.16 miles)

Briarwood at Thorpewood Cottages

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Within 5 miles of sandy beaches on the beautiful north Norfolk coast, these charming, single storey and south facing cottages offer newly renovated and very comfortable accommodation. ... More

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Sunrays (4.34 miles)


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A superb Arts and Crafts dwelling offering 4 Star Silver award quality accommodation. One Suite in the main house and two annexe rooms which have the advantage of being on ... More

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Dales Country House Hotel (4.82 miles)

Dales Country House Hotel

Nestled in National Trust parkland, close to the North Norfolk coast, you will find a timeless beauty which is, the Dales Country House Hotel.

Experience the delights of this quintessentially English grade II listed country ... More | visit website

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