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B and Bs in Cromer

The Eiders
Holt Road
Aylmertom

Cromer
Norfolk

NR11 8QA | View map
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James & Caroline Jarvis offer you a warm welcome to our recently refurbished property and provide you with high quality ground floor en-suite facilities. Our guest rooms are individually designed (3 with balconies which overlook our beautiful pond with resident ducks). The Bed & Breakfast is entirely separate from the proprietors' accommodation and consist of Luxury, Double, Twin and Family Rooms each with modern en-suite bathrooms that have power showers. We aim to provide a safe, secure, comfortable, friendly, relaxed yet professional environment for all our guests. We want our guests to have an enjoyable and memorable stay in North Norfolk - be it a long weekend break or a holiday visit, your enjoyment is paramount. Digital TVs and Tea & Coffee making facilities are provided. Fridges, Radios, Bottled Water, Herbal Teas, Hot Chocolate, Wine Glasses with Bottle Opener, Hairdryers, Torches, Digital and Thermostatically controlled radiators are in all rooms. An iron and ironing board are available on request. We have just installed solar heating on our hot water system, making our powerful showers steaming hot all day. We will soon be installing solar heating on our outdoor swimming pool ready for the summer season.

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