Moments from the seafront in the heart of Cromer.


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Being moments from the seafront and promenade you really are within easy reach of all the amenities, cafes, walks, beaches, parks, restaurants and all-round entertainment Cromer has to offer.
The Old Workshop has been given a wonderfully contemporary makeover with the main feature being a good sized bright open-plan living area upstairs.
The house is well-appointed with both bedrooms having a television, the master having an en-suite, and also a well-stocked kitchen.

For all length of stay the property will be professionally cleaned by our housekeepers also guests will receive: A full set of clean and pressed linens, tea towel, bath towels, hand towels, tea, instant coffee, and milk.

Ground Floor

A spacious hallway greets you upon entering the property, with hardwood floors throughout the ground floor. A freestanding rustic coat and shoe rack can be found next to the entrance. Doors to the principal bathroom and two bedrooms are located off the hallway.

The principal bathroom is fully tiled consisting of bath with shower over, hand basin, WC, and heated towel rail. A touch sensor lit mirror can be found above the sink.

Bedroom 2

A twin room consisting of two single beds, dressing table with mirror and stool, wardrobe and two bedside tables each with a bedside lamp. There is also a wall-mounted flatscreen TV.

Bedroom 1

This room has a king-size bed, two bedside tables, each with bedside lamps, a dressing table with mirror, and a large chest of drawers. There is also a built-in closet with coat hangers provided, hairdryer and wall mounted flatscreen TV. This bedroom also benefits from an en-suite shower room.


Fully tiled consisting of an enclosed shower, hand basin, WC, and heated towel rail. A touch sensor lit mirror can be found above the sink.

All the windows on the ground floor have wooden shutters with slats which can be adjusted accordingly to chosen lighting conditions.

The stairs leading up to the first floor are carpeted with nice recess lights to guide the way. At the top of the stairs is the wall-mounted modern central heating thermostat, and stairgate.

First Floor

A generous open-plan space with vaulted ceiling and beams. The large apex window gives the space a light and airy feel. There are wooden floors throughout.

Kitchen area

A well equipped modern kitchen with plenty of worktop space, comprising of built-in under counter fridge with small freezer compartment, built-in slimline dishwasher, 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink, NEFF induction hob, electric oven and extractor fan, microwave, kettle, and toaster. Please note there is no washing machine at the property. The kitchen is well stocked with crockery, glassware, and cookware as well as a washing up bowl, draining rack and a large pedal bin.
* Please note that the cutlery tray is a drawer hidden within the top large drawer on the right-hand side of the kitchen.

Dining area

Adjacent to the kitchen you’ll find a large wooden table with two chairs and a bench and a freestanding shelving unit.

Living area

Benefitting from the large apex window there are two large sofas, a wooden coffee table and wooden sideboard with some games available for use. There is a wall-mounted Dimplex fire effect electric heater and a wall-mounted flatscreen TV. A built-in cupboard is where the Wi-Fi router
can be found.

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Norfolk, England, Spojené kráľovstvo

Cromer, the seaside capital of north Norfolk…
Cromer is a popular seaside town on the north Norfolk coast and is proudly known as ‘The Gem of the Norfolk Coast’.

Cromer, EastThe town stands high and bracing on the wind swept cliffs, with several paths that zig and zag down from the town to the sandy beaches below.

Cromer combines the charm of the ancient fishing town with the hustle and bustle of a modern seaside resort. There’s much evidence of the ancient town for those that wish to discover the maze of twisting streets close to the 14th Century Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul.

The church’s impressive 160ft high tower is the tallest in Norfolk and dominates the town. After walking up the 172 steps to the top of the tower you can see for miles – west towards the ‘Runtons’ and Sheringham, east towards the lighthouse.

Fresh Cromer Crabs! Fishing plays a large part in the life of this vibrant town. Many years ago mackerel, cod and other types of longshore catches were the mainstays of the local fishermen. But today they catch mainly lobsters and crabs.

Crabbing begins in March and continues throughout the Summer months until Autumn arrives and it becomes too dangerous to fish. Every day the fishermen bring back their catch up along the Gangway, located to the east of the pier (close to the Henry Blogg museum). Within a short while the fresh crabs are ‘dressed’ and ready to sell. There are several shops from which to buy a fresh crab and a crab sandwich or salad is one of life’s simple culinary pleasures!

Splendid Sandy Beaches
For those that enjoy basking in the sun Cromer has splendid sandy ‘Blue Flag’ beaches. The Blue Flag is awarded only to beaches which pass strict health and hygiene standards set by the European Commission.

The east beach is patrolled from the middle of May to the middle of September. The west beach is patrolled from early July until early September. During peak times the beaches are patrolled by RNLI life guards from 10am to 6pm every day.

Cromer Pier
Cromer has an impressive pier that is 500 feet long, built by Alfred Thorne and opened in 1901. The pier was erected to replace two earlier structures that were destroyed by high seas. Cromer had several jetties but the pier that we know and love today was built almost 120 years ago.

A pavilion was constructed in 1905 and to this day, the pier looks almost the same as it did when it was first built. Vital restoration work undertaken since severe damage caused by high tides in 1949 and 1953 (and more recently the winter storms of 2007 and 2013) has helped to strengthen and fortify this impressive Victorian pier for all to enjoy.

The Pavilion Theatre is home to the Seaside Show and is the only ‘end of pier’ show in Europe. This wonderful variety show is on every day during the summer months and shows are available all year round.

Cromer Pier was named as ‘Pier of the Year 2015’ by the National Pier Society in recognition of the grit, determination and hard work of the local people of Cromer to restore the pier to its glory. This follows the most recent heavy damage to the the pier, sustained during the storms of winter 2013/2014.

The Church of St Peter & St Paul (in the heart of the town centre) was restored during the years that Queen Victoria reigned, with the majority of the work finished by the start of the 1900’s.

Cromer Lifeboat MuseumWith his crews of courageous men he saved 873 lives during this time, many during the Second World War. He was recognised for his bravery and awarded the George Cross, three RNLI medals and the British Empire Medal.

At the bottom of the Gangway (at the end of the east promenade) you’ll find the Henry Blogg Museum which provides information and artefacts from his days, along with interesting historical facts about the role of the RNLI and its history with Cromer. The legendary HF Bailey lifeboat, Henry Blogg’s lifeboat from 1935-45 forms the centrepiece of the museum. It’s definitely worth a visit.

The museum was opened in 2006 by Ronnie Corbett (who started his stage career in Cromer) and offers free admission. The Rocket House Café above the museum has a fine selection of food and beverages, along with a splendid balcony overlooking the beach. A lift provides easy access to both the museum and café, avoiding the rather steep Gangway.

Cromer MuseumAfter a bracing seaside walk, why not step inside Cromer Museum. Have a look around the cosy Victorian fisherman’s cottage and imagine what it was like to live in Cromer at the end of the 19th Century.

Delve into the ‘Old Cromer’ Gallery with its displays of historic photographs and illustrations of the town. Discover Cromer’s history as a Victorian seaside resort with its fine hotels and scandal of mixed bathing. Learn about the daring rescues of Henry Blogg and the Cromer lifeboatmen.

Cromer Today
Today, Cromer is a thriving & bustling seaside town which offers something for everyone, with a huge variety of places to visit and plenty of things to do. There are lots of independent shops, art galleries, book shops, cafes and restaurants in town.

North Lodge Park, Cromer

Stroll along the wide open sandy beaches which stretch for as far as the eye can see. Enjoy the coastal walks along the cliff tops. Follow the cliff top path, past the beautiful North Lodge Park, into Happy Valley and up to the Lighthouse where spectacular views can be enjoyed.

Cromer Carnival
Cromer Carnival is undoubtedly the main event of the summer season for the town. Preparations are made for the event all year round with almost every business supporting the carnival. The Cromer Carnival committee work tirelessly to organise lots of events during the carnival week – usually the 3rd week in August.

The highlight of the carnival is the Cromer Carnival Day (usually the Wednesday) with it’s spectacular Float Procession through the town.

Crab & Lobster Festival This is when Cromer really comes alive with fun, live music and dancing! Additionally, in connection with the carnival, there are usually many activities for children close to the Cromer Pier for the first two weeks in August.

Other Cromer Events
There are many events that take place all year round. Highlights include the COAST arts festival that takes place in October, the Crab & Lobster Festival (in partnership with Sheringham) during the month of May, the Boxing Day Swim and the New Year’s Day Fireworks (a tradition that started in 2000).

Other Cromer attractions…
In town there’s the Regal Cinema, putting greens, the newly opened Skatepark. Nearby attractions include Felbrigg Hall (NT), Amazona Zoo and Wizard Maze (summer holidays only). For sports there’s the Royal Cromer Golf Club and the Cromer Lawn Tennis & Squash Association.

Hostiteľ: Pineapple Holiday Homes

  1. Členom od roku február 2019
  • 917 hodnotení
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Our aim is to provide stays and holidays, with a friendly personal approach.

All our properties are professionally cleaned by our housekeepers who adhere to high standards, for your stay we supply quality bed linen and soft touch towels (upon request hypoallergenic bedding is also available)

Closer to your stay you will receive information relating to the house along with comprehensive directions and access details.

If you have any special request or wish to discuss any of our properties in further detail please let us know.

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Our aim is to provide stays and holidays, with a friendly personal approach.

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