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Holiday Letting Price Information in Cromer
We summarised price information data in the above graph to give you more insights into prices in Cromer. The most expensive prices are in July (13/07 - 20/07). Prices reach an average of £114 per night. Holiday letting prices go down to £72 per night in November (09/11 - 16/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Cromer
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Cromer (in %). Be careful if you plan to go to Cromer in August, as it is the busiest week of the next 6 months (10/08 - 17/08). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in October (12/10 - 19/10).
The Weather in Cromer
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 21°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Choose a Cromer Holiday Letting for a Traditional English Seaside Break
If you’re looking for a typical English seaside holiday, then the delightful English seaside town of Cromer is an excellent choice. A vast beach, lighthouses, plenty of fish and chips restaurants, a traditional pier and the beautiful Norfolk countryside surrounding it are just some of the things you can enjoy when you stay in a Cromer holiday letting . Escape the hustle and bustle of the city, breathe in the fresh sea air and unwind by the Great British seaside.
Getting to Cromer
Getting to Cromer is simple. Catch a train from Norwich, which will take you to Cromer in under an hour or hire a car and enjoy the scenic drive through the Norfolk countryside until you reach the sea. The pace of life in Cromer is relaxed, so no need to hurry. Make your journey part of the holiday. After the short journey from Norwich, you will arrive at your Cromer holiday home and begin what is sure to be a memorable holiday.
Cromer and its Cuisine
Naturally, being next to the seaside means that the fish and chips are not to be missed. Equally appetizing, however, is the famous Cromer crab. Crab was once the town's main source of income and whilst this has changed a little, the crab remains as delicious as ever. If in town in May, be sure to head to the Crab and Lobster Festival. Otherwise you can try this local delicacy in one of Cromer's many restaurants or pick some up and cook it yourself in your Cromer holiday letting .
The Weather in Cromer
The best time to visit Cromer is in summer, when the coastal climate and sea air provide a very welcome break from the stuffiness of the city. If you do come outside of summer, it is probably wise to pack a jumper or two. Of course, with your own Cromer holiday letting , you have the option of relaxing indoors as well as taking enlivening walks along the beach, whatever the season.
The Sights in Cromer
No trip to Cromer would be complete without a trip to the pier. An excellent example of a traditional English pier, it was constructed in 1901 and is an impressive 151 m long. You can also stop at the Pavilion Theatre, which is situated on the pier, and take in a show.
The Henry Blogg Museum tells the story of a local lifeboat man who became a national hero, and is well worth checking out. Throughout the summer, you can explore its numerous exhibits between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 17:00 p.m.
From relaxing on the beach, to playing games in the traditional arcades, there is certainly no shortage of things to do here. The benefit of you having own Cromer holiday home means you set the pace, and relax in your home away from home in between activities.
Cromer for Kids
A holiday in Cromer is sure to keep the whole family happy, as there are plenty of great activities for children. Playing on the beach, building sandcastles and paddling in the sea are of course highlights. There is also the excellent Amazona Zoo, which is home to over 200 species of animal as well as informative exhibits on the conservation work carried out here. Or why not try the themed Cromer Treasure Trail? Explore the town, see the sights and have fun hunting for the clues.
If the weather happens to be on the drizzly side whilst you are here, do not worry, as there is the Regal Movieplex in the centre of town. Sit back, dig into a box of popcorn, and wait until it is time to hit the beach again.
However you spend your time, a trip to Cromer is sure to be a memorable one.
Excursions from Cromer
From your Cromer holiday letting you can easily explore the surrounding area, including the many beautiful stretches of beach in this part of the country. Driving east along the coast will lead you to Blakeney, Wells-next-the-Sea and Burnham Market, all beautiful seaside towns that are worth a visit. There is also the delightful Sheringham, just 6.4 kilometers away from Cromer, where you will find the Hilltop Outdoor Centre, The Poppy Line heritage steam railway, a treasure trail and a beautiful 1,000 acre park. A little further south from Cromer, you will find Norwich. Charming and artsy, this city is packed to the brim with culture and history and is well worth exploring.
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Henry Blogg Museum
Honouring the most decorated lifeboatman in the history of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, this museum showcases the medals he received and tells his incredible story.
Cromer Lifeboat Station
See where the lifeboats depart in the event of an emergency, and get up close and personal with the impressive vessels used to rescue those in danger at sea.
In addition to having a range of eateries, from classic fish and chips to quaint cafes, you'll also find arcades, gift shops and a theatre at this grade II listed pier. You can even practice angling at the end of the pier, and if you're lucky, catch a fresh Cromer Crab for dinner.
Specialising in animals native to South America, this independent zoo is easily accessible from the town centre. Learn about these beautiful animals, and take part in interactive feedings and other experiences.
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