There are 66
holiday cottages near Cromer
Cromer is one of the delightful towns on the North Norfolk coast, with a cliff top setting, and overlooking lovely sandy beaches. Gardens border the promenade, and you'll also find a Victorian pier which hosts the pavilion Theatre and the lifeboat station. For those of you with a nautical interest, you'll want to pay a visit to the Henry Blogg museum which tells the story of the most decorated lifeboat man in the RNLI's history: with three Gold medals, and four Silver medals for gallantry, along with a George Cross and British Empire Medal, he must have been quite a fellow.
Fishing has always played a big part in Cromer, and the crab boats are still active out of Cromer. St Paul's church towers over the town, and is thought to be the tallest in Norfolk - with 172 steps to the top. Next to the church you'll find the museum, which occupies a row of fisherman's cottages; visit the museum to find out what life was like in the 19th century.
If you've got children to entertain during your cottage holiday to Cromer, you'll have to take in "Kiddieland Fun Park" on the sea front. The boating lake is also a popular destination for families. Take to the lake in paddleboats or canoes, or have a go on the trampolines which are also here.
You can also find holiday cottages in other areas of Norfolk
too; so if Cromer isn't for you, try Sheringham, Hunstanton, or any of the other small towns dotted around the North Norfolk Coast
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