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Highlights in Cromer
- Historic pier and theatre
- Stunning countryside and seaside
- Fossils galore
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Cromer
Imagine waking to a view across the sea, the sounds of seabirds outside your window and the salty scent of the coast reminding you of the incredible holiday that awaits you outside of your lovely holiday rental. Comer is a seaside town on the Norfolk Coast – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – meaning that no matter which holiday rental you decide to stay in, you’ll be surrounded by the full force of nature at its very best.Beautiful holiday rentals that create memories to treasure
Holiday lettings in Cromer are cosy and welcoming. Spacious, tall townhouses offer comfortable and relaxed surroundings to welcome any size of family group. Smaller, pretty houses with climbing roses and scented gardens await your visit, ready to fill your holiday in Cromer with memories to last a lifetime. Whether you are seeking a holiday home by the sea or in the middle of some of the UK’s most beautiful countryside, Cromer delivers.
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The area and getting around
Just an hour’s drive from King’s Lynn and under three hours from London, Cromer is an easy to reach destination which is well worth every second of the journey. There is so much to see and do in this wonderful town and its surrounding area. You’ll be sharing a holiday destination with some of the royals of history, such as Edward VII who enjoyed golfing in Cromer! Cromer is nestled between soaring coastal cliffs, reaching to some 70 metres high in places and offering spectacular views across the waters and inland.Coastal adventures in Cromer
Visitors to Cromer will delight in its famous pier, which has, unlike so many other coastal town piers, stood the test of time, storms and even an attempt at a bombing during WW2! The Pavilion Theatre at the end of the pier is home to the UK’s only remaining pier-end variety show which can be enjoyed both summer and winter. The pier also houses Cromer’s lifeboat station, ready to rush out in all weathers to rescue the local fishermen and other vessels who find themselves in peril in the stormy North Sea waters.
Travellers and activities
Just a few minutes from the town of Cromer was the resting place of the West Runton Elephant, the largest complete mammoth skeleton ever found. Smaller finds, however, are a daily occurrence in Cromer, making it a top destination for fossil hunters. The spectacular chalk cliffs are just bursting with Cretaceous fossils such as brachiopods and echinoids, as well as sponges. Enjoy a pleasant walk along the beach and see what gems you find along the way!Cromer for hikers
Cromer is the start (or end!) point of the famous Weavers Way, a hiking trail which leads all the way to Great Yarmouth. On the way you’ll encounter glorious countryside and a plethora of English-as-it-gets wildlife from foxes to rare birds. The Norfolk Coast Path also runs through Cromer and offers 83 miles of extraordinary walking options. Of course, shorter walks over the soaring cliffs or the sand dunes of Cromer make for happy times for hikers. And the best part? You’re rarely far from a delightful pub where you can kick off your hiking boots and take a well-earned rest as you sup on a traditional English ale!
Cromer crab is the local delicacy, and the main catch of the local fisherman. It’s the chalk shelf and the nutrient rich waters which make Cromer crab some of the finest in the world!
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Cromer boasts the longest chalk reef in the world at 20 miles long! At only 200 metres from the coast, it is well within snorkelling distance, and can be explored by swimmers or divers. It was created in the Mesozoic era and is packed with sea life, much of which is found nowhere else in the world but here.2. Relax on Cromer’s sparking beaches
Blue flag rated beaches and soft sand overlooking clean waters make Cromer’s beaches a real draw for those looking to relax and enjoy the gentle sound of the waves.3. Catch a crab off Cromer’s Pier
No need to wait for the fishermen to land them! Take a line and bait and catch your own crab off Cromer Pier and enjoy the fresh local delights straight from the waters. It is for good reason that these crabs are sought-after all around the world!4. Enjoy a warm, Norfolk-style welcome at Felbrigg Hall and Gardens
A richly historic estate, this delightful country estate not only has a fascinating history (including the room that remains somewhat ‘blown up’ by a fireworks experiment in the 18th Century), but beautiful woodlands contrast with open gardens and together make for a simply delightful day out for all the family.5. Take off on a cycling adventure
Explore one of the many bicycle trails in and around Cromer, such as the Bittern Line, which is actually a cycle-friendly railway line route. Cycle routes for all levels await your peddling pleasure!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Cromer
Cromer is one of the cheapest cities in the United Kingdom. The price for a holiday rental is about £130.27 per night.Which month allows you to save the most on holiday rentals?
Those who want to be budget-friendly should visit Cromer in March, June, and November which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of £96.33, £116.94, and £118.13 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2019.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Cromer?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2019, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (£174.32), September (£159.24), and July (£151.77).Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Cromer?
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Cromer, as only 37% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in Cromer are March (the average amount of properties that are available reached 58.6% of the total in 2019), May (51.75%), and April (51.5%).During which months are there fewer rentals available in Cromer?
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Cromer are, in order, August (with 5% of available rentals), September (9.75%), and October (21.25%).Are there many holiday lettings in Cromer?
Holidu offers around 190 properties in Cromer from 10 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We have everything you need!