On family holidays to Cromer, you and your children can enjoy sunbathing, swimming, and building sand castles at the local Blue Flag-awarded beach. Dogs are restricted in some parts of Cromer's beach during the summer, but once you're ensconced in your dog-friendly Cromer holiday accommodation, you'll still find much to do around town.
Dogs are typically permitted at this long, sandy beach, but keep in mind that during the summer months, they are not allowed in the most central area, adjacent to the promenade. That said, dogs are permitted on the promenade itself all year round.
It's actually possible to walk from the beach in Cromer to the beach in the town of Overstrand, right next door. There is a pleasant promenade here which you can enjoy with your dog outside of the summer months.
The town's charming pier allows dogs on leads, although only guide dogs are permitted into the theatre for shows, or inside the pier restaurant. However, there is plenty of outdoor seating and the pier is fun to visit for the whole family.
Located on the town's High Street, this is a casual, dog-friendly and family-friendly cafe, great for a cup of coffee and slice of cake, or a full lunch.