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Cromer - North Norfolk Coast

  • Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Pet free property
  • WiFi available
  • Saturday changeover
  • 3 Stars
£380 - £674 per week


Westmead is a classic 1930s house which faces the sea and has been in the same family ownership since it was built. It provides well-placed accommodation presented in an old-fashioned style with some period furniture. It is almost opposite the bowling green and within walking distance of the beach and all the facilities of the town. Shop/Pub: 0.25 miles.

Ground Floor:
Sitting Room
with comfortable seating, TV, gas fire and sea views
Dining Room with dining table and chairs and French doors to garden
Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, fridge, microwave and washing machine

First Floor:
Bedroom 1
with a double bed
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Bedroom 3 with a single bed
Bathroom with bath, over-bath electric shower and washbasin
Separate wc

Garden: Small front garden and enclosed rear garden with flowers, fruit trees and lawn.
Parking: Garage for one car and further parking for one car.
Heating: G.F.C.H.
Also Provided: Telephone , WiFi. Games and toys. Second television. Welcome meal and various extras of food provided. Free entry ticket to Amazona Zoo Cromer.
Notes: This is a non smoking property. Mobile signal variable.

Cromer is a traditional seaside resort with a cliff-top setting and wide sandy beaches running down to the sea. It is famous for its fishing boats that still work off the shore and offer freshly caught seafood. The town has a fine pier, a local history museum, a new lifeboat museum, a golf course, multi-screen cinema, Amazona Zoo, indoor children's playbarn, Kart Track, cycle hire, shops and restaurants as well as seafront entertainment, making it ideal for a family holiday. Cromer church tower is the tallest in Norfolk and the more adventurous might like to climb to the top to enjoy the wonderful views.



  • Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Pet free property
  • WiFi available
  • Saturday changeover
  • 3 Stars
  • 0.5 mile from the coast
  • 0.2 mile from nearest pub
  • 0.2 mile from nearest shop
  • No smoking
  • Bed linen included
  • Equipped with a washing machine
  • Garden/courtyard
  • Cot


Band Date Range 7 night price *
B 13th Feb 2016 - 19th Feb 2016 £490.00
A 20th Feb 2016 - 18th Mar 2016 £380.00
B 19th Mar 2016 - 25th Mar 2016 £490.00
C 26th Mar 2016 - 08th Apr 2016 £533.00
B 09th Apr 2016 - 27th May 2016 £490.00
D 28th May 2016 - 03rd Jun 2016 £595.00
B 04th Jun 2016 - 10th Jun 2016 £490.00
C 11th Jun 2016 - 08th Jul 2016 £533.00
D 09th Jul 2016 - 22nd Jul 2016 £595.00
E 23rd Jul 2016 - 26th Aug 2016 £674.00
D 27th Aug 2016 - 02nd Sep 2016 £595.00
C 03rd Sep 2016 - 16th Sep 2016 £533.00
B 17th Sep 2016 - 30th Sep 2016 £490.00
A 01st Oct 2016 - 14th Oct 2016 £380.00
C 15th Oct 2016 - 28th Oct 2016 £533.00
A 29th Oct 2016 - 16th Dec 2016 £380.00
D 17th Dec 2016 - 24th Dec 2016 £595.00
D Christmas £595.00
E New Year £674.00

* Please note: guide prices are based on the current year's prices and do not include optional items such as pet fees.


Virtual Tour


Property location was fantastic for everything. Great place to stay . I would stay again.Mr M Knight - 15th August 2015
House full of character,traditional decor but with benefit of wi-fi. Excellent location for beach and all local amenities. Charming owners who made you feel very welcome.Mr PETER Price-Toplis - 8th August 2015
Great place and lovely back garden.Mr G Martin - 28th June 2014
Lovely, cosy house. Thanks very much the children had a wonderful time.The Dobson Family - 1st April 2013
Thank you for all the extras, we have had a lovely holiday.The Prins Family - 29th March 2013
A warm welcome as usual, we hope to be back soon.Miss Tranter - 10th March 2013
The house was lovely and very well equipped. The Bower Family - 2nd March 2013

Things to see

Felbrigg Hall

This handsome Jacobean mansion, which is owned and run by the National Trust, is just a couple of miles outside Cromer on the A148, and is not to be missed if you’re in the area – not only for the house itself but also for the sumptuous grounds. The house is a bit of an unknown gem, and its interior displays a nice balance between the elegant and homely, with a wonderful Gothic library and a f...

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Fresh crabs

JWH Jonas

Cromer is famous for its crabs, and the place to buy them is JWH Jonas, a family-run affair located down a narrow alley just back from the seafront. If crabs aren’t your thing, there’s delicious smoked fish here too – kippers, haddock, salmon, you name it – along with all sorts of fresh shellfish from mussels to cockles to prawns.

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Cycle route: Cromer - Southrepps

This 15-mile ride through undulating countryside explores some of the ‘Quiet Lanes’ that link the villages between Cromer, North Walsham and Mundesley. These lanes are part of a national pilot project to make minor rural links better for all road-users and are a delight to explore by bike. It takes approximately 3 hours to complete, with the option of an extra 1.5 miles adding another half hou...

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Cycle route: Cromer - Felbrigg Hall

A fairly challenging route due to what is by Norfolk standards relatively hilly terrain, this is around 12-miles in all, and a good deal of it is off-road on a mixture of surfaces, ranging from roughly tarmaced lanes to farm tracks. It should take around 3 hours to complete, starting out at the main tourist office in Cromer and cycling the steep hills of the Cromer Ridge to enjoy great views from ...

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Overstrand Beach

Just south of Cromer, and easily walkable along a scenic clifftop path, the village of Overstrand was once known as the ‘village of millionaires’ due its reputation a century or so ago as something of an elegant resort for the middle classes.

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Cromer Beach

There’s more to Cromer than just crabs, not least the beach, which stretches a long way either side of the pier of this originally Victorian resort. The beach is a constantly changing mixture of sand and shingle, depending on what time of day you come, and is pretty popular in summer, but there’s always space to spread yourself out. When the tide’s out there are rockpools to explore, otherwi...

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