Single Rooms

Treat yourself and stay in some of the loveliest single rooms in Cromer

We have just 3 single rooms for our solo travellers. Each features a full size 3’ single bed and ensuite bathroom, two have walk in showers and one has a bath with shower over it. All are decorated in the same palette as our cosy doubles and offer matching writing desk and chair, beside cabinet and an enclosed wardrobe. Fair Trade tea and coffee making facilities, alongside free wifi and flat screen tvs mean these are not ‘forgotten’ rooms and offer comparable space and comfort with our larger rooms.


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Added touches:

  • Fairtrade tea and coffees
  • Flat screen TV’s
  • Hairdryers
  • Work area
  • In room guide to enjoying Norfolk
  • One on the ground floor

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Reasons to stay whatever the season:

activities in cromer springThere’s no finer time to visit North Norfolk than in Spring when the flowers come out in our many beautiful parks and gardens, birdsong can be heard and spectacular aerial displays seen, you can watch the seal pups at play at Blakeney or go crabbing off Cromer Pier. Enjoy a long bracing coastal walk along Holkham beach or take a boat out on the Norfolk Broads and enjoy the peaceful nature of the Norfolk countryside. Finish your day off with a tasty meal including local Cromer Crab.
activities in cromer summerNorth Norfolk is the sunniest/driest county in the country so you will enjoy the best of the summer weather here. With a wide variety of beaches you can see the dramatic cliffs at Cromer and Sheringham, tidal salt marshes and mud flats at Blakeney and huge, dramatic sands at Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham. Enjoy traditional seaside pursuits and round off your day with a visit to watch Europes last end of pier variety show in Cromer. Whilst the Queen holidays in Scotland enjoy avisit to Sandringham, her royal home in Norfolk.
activities in cromer autumn Autumn in North Norfolk is a time to appreciate nature at its finest, enjoy eating plump succulent Brancaster mussels, the annual bird migration begins and you can wrap up warm to enjoy walks in woodland in the midst of the leaves changing colours. Watch thousands of birds migrate south from the Artic, pink footed geese can be seen at Titchwell and Cley, waders in the Wash at Snettisham and watch the wild swan feeds at sunset at Welney. If its too cold or wet outside pay a visit to one of our local historic homes, always worth avisit. From early November you can watch the very popular Thursford Christmas Spectacular with West End quality performers in north Norfolk, alternatively enjoy a traditional end of Pier variety show in Cromer from December.
activities in cromer winterWinter is a wonderful time to explore Norfolk, when you feel as if you’ve almost got the county to yourself under our huge never ending skies. Enjoy a bracing walk along a beach or take a trip out onto the Broads and enjoy the views. Watch the waves crashing on the beach and see the first of the new season seal pups at Horsey Beach. Explore Norwich, a fine city, and get a taste of Norfolk’s history with a trip to the medieval castle and a Norman cathedral, and afterwards enjoy a spot of shopping meandering around the Lanes.