Ideal Accommodation in Cromer on or near the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path route
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Cromer

Bed and Breakfast, Hotel, and Guesthouse Accommodation for walkers on Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path.


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This interesting fishing port was transformed into a holiday resort in the 19th century after it was unwittingly popularised by wealthy landlubbers from places like Norwich. A little later the journalist Clement Scott described the area as ‘poppyland’. The local lifeboat museum adds atmosp and provides plenty of evidence of sea-going interest. Outside is a statue of Cromer’s real-life local hero, Henry Blogg, who won three RLNI gold medals, equivalent to the Victoria Cross.

The town’s fascinating museum is contained within five old cottages and stages exhibitions on topics such as natural history and local geology. The Church of St Peter and St Paul has a magnificent 160ft tower, the tallest in Norfolk.

At Beacon Hill are 70 acres of iron workings dating from Saxon times while, at low tide, a large ‘rock’ sometimes pokes its head out of the sea in the bay. It represents the remains of the neighbouring village of Shipden, which slipped under the waves in the 14th century.

Not far from Cromer stands Felbrigg Hall near the small village of Felbrigg. The Jacobean mansion was built in the 17th century and its beautiful estate landscaped by Humphrey Repton. Now a National Trust property, it has fine paintings, a stunning library and walled gardens.


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Blank TabDANUM HOUSEB&B
22 Pauls Lane, Overstrand, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 0PEFrom £35.00 per person, per night
3 Double/Twin/Single, 2 Family - All En-suite
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Built in 1818 in the popular Poppyland coastal area of North Norfolk. A feature of the property is the original oak panel walls in all the reception rooms. Quiet and peaceful Danum House, though modernised, is a historic house that still retains its Old World Charm. All bedrooms en-suite with TV, tea & coffee making facilities, WI-FI, and full central heating. A full English breakfast is served. Off-road parking. Only minutes from the sea, guests can explore the beautiful sandy beaches and take long country walks.
Establishment FacilitiesEstablishment FacilitiesTel: 01263 579327
E-mail: archibald22@btinternet.com
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blank tabNORTHREPPS COTTAGE COUNTRY HOTELHotel
Nut Lane, Northrepps, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 0JNFrom £90.00 per night
7 Double, 1 Family
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Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel is located in a tranquil setting on the stunning Repton landscape, close to Cromer and The Broads, the striking white sands and marram dunes of the coastline, the natural beauty of the salt marshes and a clutch of historic towns.

The atmosphere inside 'the Cottage' is one of luxurious warmth, from the welcoming reception hall through to the contemporary Humphry's bar and fine dining in Repton's restaurant.

Our individual suites effortlessly combine classic and stylish décor reflecting their elegant history, with the height of modern comfort, luxurious features and a refined and peaceful atmosphere. Two ground floor rooms are available.

Excellent garden with guest seating. Breakfast is included in the tariff. Northrepps Cottage-truly a place to call your home from home.
No Facilities for petsSmoking FacilitiesWiFi FacilitiesTel: 01263 579202
E-mail: enquiries@northreppscottage.co.uk
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