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B and Bs in Cromer

Anglia Court Hotel
5 Runton Road
Cromer
Norfolk

NR27 9AR | View map
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The Hotel is less than five minutes walk from the town centre and all of Cromer's popular attractions. The magnificent church of St Peter & St Paul dominates the town centre with it's 160 ft tower, which is regularly open for the public to climb. Within walking distance of the Hotel you can find Cromer's recently opened zoo, the town and lifeboat museums and many other attractions. The beach, just across the road retains it's coveted blue flag award for bathing quality. For a closer view of the sea there is the famous pier, with it's theatre which holds annual seaside specials plus many more events. The area surrounding Cromer features many more attractions and parks. With everything from bird watching centres and golf courses to stately homes and historic sites, The Anglia Court Hotel and Cromer offers something for everyone. With it's newly rebuilt kitchen and recently re-opened restaurant, an evenings dining at the Anglia Court can be a relaxing end to your day exploring the area. Our menu offers a good choice of quality food, all home made on the premises and at affordable prices. Our local contacts allow us to bring you the very freshest of the famous Cromer crabs straight from the fishing boats to our restaurant. The restaurant has stunning sea and pier views and is the ideal choice for a relaxed meal in a friendly setting.

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