Cromer cottage holidays Holiday rentals - country and coastal cottages to rent in Cromer

Cromer is on edge of the north Norfolk coast. It's famous for its delicious crabs, wide open beaches and traditional pier. The town has a lively feel complete with lots of small local independent shops. Cromer is rich in fishing heritage. The lifeboat station and museum is situated at the end of the pier and is the best place for a spot of crabbing.

Cromer is a destination bursting with fantastic things to do, whether you fancy a quiet, peaceful walk from Cromer beach to Overstrand, revelling in the atmosphere of the Folk Festival and Carnival, celebrating Lifeboat Day or enjoying firework displays, rock pooling on the beach, Cromer has something to offer all visitors to North Norfolk.

At a glance...
Restaurants 20+
Fabulous blue flag beaches
Coastal walks
Traditional Pier
Stateley Homes & Gardens
Family friendly
Nearest beach (1kms)
Local airport Norwich (32km)
Nearest train station Cromer 2km (GA)

Things to see and do in Cromer

Cromer and the surrounding area is full of picturesque villages with quaint flint cottages, beautiful coastline and countryside to explore.

A few suggestions...
Spend a day at Pensthorpe Nature Reserve
Hire a day boat on the waterways of the Norfolk Broads
Sandringham & Fellbrigg Hall
Norwich market and historic centre
Blue flag beaches
Castle Acre
Take a steam train ride on the Poppy Line from Sheringham to Holt
castle acre norfolk

Our view on Cromer

Cromer is the picture postcard seaside town that has something to offer everyone. From the wide open beaches with it's traditional pier to cliff top coastal walks. Comer is the ideal touring base for a holiday cottage to explore the North Norfolk countryside.