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Cliftonville Hotel
Seafront
29 Runton Road

Cromer
Norfolk

NR27 9AS | View map

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Built in 1897, the Cliftonville Hotel occupies the premier position on the Cromer seafront and is considered to be one of North Norfolk's leading establishments. All 30 bedrooms are en-suite and enjoy stunning views of the sea and town. Many of the original Edwardian features remain, including the 'Gone with the Wind' style staircase in the main lobby and beautiful stained glass windows and doors, as well as the classic Minstrels' Gallery. All of the bedrooms have been thoughtfully decorated in a classical style to emphasise the elegance of the Edwardian period and every room has a colour television, clock radio, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Room rates are per person and begin from as little as 55.00 each per night inclusive of Overnight Accommodation and Full English Breakfast. Short Breaks are also available.

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