Cromer, so much more than just Cromer crabs
Our second base for our 5 day ‘Norfolk’ road trip, was in the quaint seaside town of Cromer.
Perched at the top of the Norfolk coastline, this little town hasn’t lost its knotted handkerchief charm.
Giving Cromer the benefit of the doubtProud of its charm
Promenading Cromer's pierStrolling in the evening sunset
Escape for a few days
Are you searching for a tranquil hideaway to unwind in, while you explore the picturesque Norfolk landscape?
After a day visiting the golden beaches or touring the charming, quaint villages return to one of the handpicked properties and unique retreats at Holiday Cottages.
Cromer's infamous Cromer CrabThe local fishermen's daily catch
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Ambling Cromer's historic lanesA little bit of nostalgia
A little more of Norfolk
Cromer's historic architectureGeorge Skipper's stamp on Norfolk
Discover Cromer LighthouseCenturies of lighting the North Sea
Finding the Lighthouse
The Bagot goats of CromerHonestly there are goats
Fish and chips over Cromer bayIt has to be done!
It could be busy
Where we stayed in Cromer
I have since found out that the architect George Skipper who I mentioned above, designed the façade of the hotel along with the main staircase, stained glass windows and a Minstrels’ Gallery.
The hotel also had plenty of on-site free parking.
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