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Ogilvy House
3.5 out of 5
7 St Mary's Road, Cromer, England
Situated in Cromer, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Henry Blogg Museum, Cromer Beach and Cromer Parish Church. Cromer Museum and The Garden ...
4.9/5 Exceptional! (30 reviews)
"The bathroom was fantastic, bath and shower. Spotlessly clean and very peaceful. A great stay"

Reviewed on 10 Oct 2019

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Ogilvy House
Corner House Bed & Breakfast
4 out of 5
Corner House, Station Road, Cromer, England
Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mile (2 km) of Sheringham Beach and Priory Maze & Gardens. Cromer Beach and Sheringham Little Theatre ...
5/5 Exceptional! (2 reviews)
"The property was very central to most amenities and very good bus service. There was a lovely garden to sit in and the Corner House Cafe was very popular.Shaun and Darren make you very welcome. Would certainly recommend to our friends."

Reviewed on 24 May 2021

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Corner House Bed & Breakfast
Cromer House
4 out of 5
10 Alfred Road, Cromer
Situated near the airport, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Cromer Beach, The Garden House and Cromer Parish Church. Cromer Museum and Cromer ...
4.8/5 Exceptional! (6 reviews)
Thank you Terry and Jan
"Just got back from a too short stay at Cromer house, and throughly recommend to everyone. Terry and Jan are absolutely amazing, perfect hosts and cannot do enough for everyone who stays with them, and will definitely pay them a visit again sometime in the future,"

Reviewed on 25 Sep 2019

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The Links Country Park Hotel

The Links Country Park Hotel

3 out of 5
Sandy Lane, West Runton, Cromer, England
The price is £130 per night from 26 Oct to 26 Oct
4/5 Very Good! (60 reviews)
"we liked the sports bar friendlyness and food"

Reviewed on 15 Oct 2021

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The Grove Cromer

The Grove Cromer

4 out of 5
95 Overstrand Road, Cromer, England
The price is £90 per night from 1 Nov to 1 Nov
4.5/5 Wonderful! (131 reviews)
"Just a short break."

Reviewed on 19 Jun 2021

The Grove Cromer
Camelot Cottage - coastal self catering cosy cottage.

Camelot Cottage - coastal self catering cosy cottage.

6 Cliff Rd, Cromer, ENG
4.5/5 Wonderful! (43 reviews)
Fab location everything in walking distance. Very comfortable and clean accommodation. Will be back

Reviewed on 30 Sep 2021

Camelot Cottage - coastal self catering cosy cottage.
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

B&B in Cromer

Cromer is a classic British seaside town inside the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Over a century ago, the town was 1 of the most fashionable resorts for Londoners looking to escape the stuffy city in the summer. Fast forward to today and it's lost none of its charm. Here, colourful terraced houses march down the side of a hill to a handsome promenade and a long stretch of sand and pebble beach. It's perhaps most famous for its steel and wooden boardwalk pier, which juts out into the ocean and houses the Pavilion Theatre. It's a firm favourite with families who bring their kids to the nearby attractions, to learn to surf in the consistently good swells and take long walks along the spectacular coastline. Don't forget to try the wonderful Cromer crab, a delicacy around these parts.

Seaside-inspired guestrooms and secluded bolthole B&Bs, Cromer

Staying in Cromer bed and breakfasts in this picturesque town just feels right. Maybe it's their home-away-from-home feel, or the welcoming owners, who've been running them for decades. Some are housed in the Victorian brick-built properties that overlook the glittering North Sea. Others occupy Edwardian homes in the residential parts of town and come with well-manicured gardens. There are several budget options, should you want to save your cash for the attractions, or country cottages further along the coast if you like the idea of seaside seclusion. You can always find your perfect match by searching through the extensive listings of Cromer bed and breakfasts on Expedia. Booking is easy and completed in just a few clicks, leaving you more time to plan what you're going to do when you arrive at your beachy bolthole.

When you check in to your guestroom, you'll find it comes with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Big double beds, facilities for making tea and coffee and ensuite bathrooms stocked with toiletries are the norm. Some have original period features, like fireplaces and ornate cornice work, while others have been revamped in recent years, creating modern ocean-inspired rooms. If you pick right, you could nab 1 of the B&Bs whose guestroom balconies overlook the beach, making them the perfect spot for a sundowner or your morning coffee. Each day, you can wake up to the sounds of the waves lapping the shoreline then head downstairs for a full English breakfast cooked using local organic produce. If you've still got time to spare, why not make a dash for the bright lights of London, after your seaside sojourn?

Come rain or shine, there's always something appealing to do near your B&B, Cromer

The British weather might be a little changeable, but Cromer Beach is appealing come rain or shine. During the summer, you can lay a towel out and bask in the sunshine, pausing occasionally to cool off in the sea. Come winter, sunbathing may be out, but a windswept walk along across the sand and shingle with the dogs can be just as enjoyable. If you've brought your board and wetsuit, you can paddle into the ocean and try to surf the famously good Norfolk waves. While you're in town, don't miss a walk along the magical Victorian Cromer Pier, whose theatre has a summer schedule of musicals and performances. There are also several museums that are worthy of time away from the beach. The RNLI Henry Blogg Museum is dedicated to the local lifeboatman who saved almost 900 lives during his 50-year career, or there's the Cromer Museum, set in a Victorian fisherman's cottage, which takes people on a journey through the town's history. If you've still got time to spare, the nearby Amazona Zoo is home to a 200-strong collection of exotic critters from the New World.

  • Stay with locals who know the best things to see in town
  • Use the B&B's garden to relax and catch up on some reading
  • Be a stone's throw from the long stretch of sandy beach
  • Enjoy a guestroom with individual personality

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