Stylish family-run hotel on the picturesque North Norfolk coast
Just moments from North Norfolk beaches, the Cliftonville Hotel Cromer offers guests a traditional seaside holiday without the hyperactivity and rigor moral of entertainment resorts. As such its the perfect stopping point for those looking for a few quiet days away from it all.
Housed in an Edwardian building that still maintains many of its classical features, the 3-star property is family-run ensuring that it offers only the finest service and comforts. Guests can expect comfortable en-suite rooms with the usual amenities (television, telephone, hairdryer, clock radio, and tea and coffee making facilities). Every room offers a splendid view of the coast.
Three eateries are located within the hotel. The Buttery Bar and Coffee Shop opens all day and offers guests and locals a wide range of teas and coffees as well as a wide selection of cakes and pastries. Its bar is informal and perfect for those hoping for a quiet drink and a relaxing stay.
Boltons Bistro serves seafood throughout the year and its menu varies depending on the season. One thing that is always on the menu though is the famous Cromer Crab, caught locally and served in a variety of ways. People from across the county of Norfolk have been known to visit the town just for its crab dishes.
The Westcliffe is an a la carte restaurant that is personal and private even when 100 guests sit down to dinner. For those hoping for fine wine and finer foods, this is the stop for you.
Visitors to the Cliftonville Hotel Cromer can make the most of the quiet coastal region and its natural landscapes. The small town itself is scenic and picturesque and offers plenty of opportunity to wine and dine in a calming environment.
Those looking for something a little more energetic will be pleased with the towns location. At what is almost the most centrally northern point of the county, its easy to visit any of Norfolks vast attractions and sites.
The capital city of Norwich is served by the towns last remaining railway line, which at one time brought in holiday visitors from London and the Midlands. Its also an unhurried car journey away. Here visitors can expect all of the traditional city attractions, including shopping, sports, and historical interest.
The historic market town of Kings Lynn can be reached by following the coastal roads east whilst Great Yarmouth lies to the west. Great Yarmouth is Norfolks premier tourist destination, featuring caravan parks, a lively seafront promenade, and amusement park. Its almost like a smaller Blackpool. Kings Lynn features renowned architecture as well as an assortment of interesting sights and sounds.
The Norfolk Broads, a network of rivers and lakes, makes for a fine day trip or slightly longer visit. Visitors can hire a boat and navigate their way around the waterways which are punctuated by beautiful scenery and wildlife. Feel free to moor your boat at one of the fine waterside, family-friendly pubs for a bite to eat. After an enjoyable time find your land-legs again in the comfy surroundings of the Cliftonville Hotel Cromer.