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Highlights in Cromer
- Historic pier and theatre
- Stunning countryside and seaside
- Fossils galore
- Family holidays
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Log Cabins & Lodges in Cromer
Imagine waking up, opening your curtains, and a panoramic sea view opens up before you. Cromer welcomes you to its gorgeous shores! Comer is a seaside town on the Norfolk Coast, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and there can be no better place to rent a cosy log cabin and spend a thoroughly relaxing few days away from the stresses of daily life. Look for a lodge just outside the town, to the north or the south, where you will be surrounded by the full force of nature at its finest.Snug cabins for a relaxing retreat
Log cabins in Cromer are small, cosy and welcoming, delivering a memorable holiday on or near the beach with a spacious garden, balcony, and pretty gardens. Ideal for romantic couples looking for a no-nonsense affordable break where the surrounding nature will do the talking! Come and discover this pretty part of the county!
Travellers and activities
Runton Elephant, the largest complete mammoth skeleton ever found, was discovered a few minutes’ drive from Cromer. Today, fossil hunters can make smaller finds on the town’s stunning chalk cliffs, which are brimming with Cretaceous fossils such as brachiopods and echinoids. So, take an enjoyable walk and see what unique souvenirs you can pick up on the way!Cromer for walking holidays
Cromer is right at the start of the popular Weavers Way, a walking trail that takes you non-stop all the way to Great Yarmouth through lovely countryside past a profusion of iconic English wildlife from foxes to rare birds. The famous Norfolk Coast Path, a full 83 miles long, also bisects Cromer and is perfect for walkers who want to hug the coastline. Looking for a short morning walk? The dramatic cliffs and sand dunes of Cromer make for an easy-going and relaxing hiking option while keeping you within touching distance of all the amenitiesCromer for beach holidays
The flat and sandy beach of Cromer Beach stretches for kilometres, and is fantastic for swimming on clear summer days, particularly when the low tide exposes vast expanses of soft sand. The east end of the beach features more remote stretches backed by grass-covered chalk cliffs ascending to more than 60 metres. Perfectly safe and family friendly, Cromer is a great destination for the kids and adults alike!
The chalk shelf and nutrient rich waters around Cromer lend itself to the production of the Cromer crab, an exquisite local delicacy that you simply must try!
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Cromer is home to the longest chalk reef in the world. Quarter of a kilometre out from the coast, it is within snorkelling distance for strong swimmers. It was created in the Mesozoic era and is crammed with sea life, some of which is found nowhere else in the world!2. Sit back on one of Cromer’s knockout beaches
Blue flag award? Check. Soft golden sand? Check. Clean water? Check. A day on one of Cromer’s beaches on a warm summer’s day is truly a day well spent!3. Catch yourself a crab off Cromer’s Pier
Why wait for the fishermen to do their job when you can grab line and bait and catch your own crab off Cromer Pier?! The Crabs and lobsters which grow off Cromer are known as some of the best in the world, so your efforts are bound to be well rewarded!4. Enjoy a family day out at Felbrigg Hall and Gardens
The historic estate of Felbrigg Hall and Gardens boast a glorious history immersed in a truly special natural setting, in which resplendent woodlands contrast with vibrant gardens and expansive views over the surrounding countryside. A great day out for all the family!5. Peddle your way to a happy soul
Discover the numerous cycling trails in and around Cromer. The best known is the Bittern Line, a cycle-friendly railway line route that stretches all the way south as far as Norwich, with much to explore in between.6. Discover a traditional English pier
Visitors to Cromer love its famous pier that has stood the test of time and is fully functional. The Pavilion Theatre at the far end of the pier is home to the UK’s last pier-end variety show which can be enjoyed both summer and winter. Traditional English seaside culture at its best!7. Take your kids for a great day out at Hillside
Hillside is a horse rescue farm, where you and your children can also meet the many mules, donkeys and ponies, sheep, pigs, and goats kept in spotless paddocks and stables. The café is fantastic, and the impressive children’s playground will ensure your kids enjoy a great night’s sleep!