ABOUT NORTH NORFOLK
Our historic hotel is located in Northrepps, a small village on the outskirts of the Victorian seaside town of Cromer – just one mile away. While the coastal village of Overstrand and the world-famous Norfolk Broads are on our doorstep too. Many of our guests also venture to estates such as Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall and Sandringham – home to the Queen’s favoured holiday home, Sandringham House – where
all the family can indulge in Norfolk’s rich history whilst absorbing the breathtaking landscapes.
North Norfolk is lavished with spectacular coastlines, wildlife, seaside communities, heritage, culture and charming market towns and villages. Secluded and peaceful, Northrepps Hotel is the perfect base from which to explore all our beautiful area has to offer.
Cromer is famed for its sweet and tender white and brown Crab meat served up in a whole host of local cafes, restaurants and shops. This world famous seafood gets its sweet, tender taste because they grow slowly on the chalk reef, just off our coast.
But there is a lot more to Cromer than our famous local dish! Venture beyond the hotel grounds into North Norfolk and take in the
spectacular sea views, walk amongst the fishing boats hauled up on the shingle or stroll along the grade II listed seaside pier. With not a high street chain in sight, meander your way around narrow streets, exploring a diverse mix of independent shops. And take in panoramic views by scaling the 160ft tower at St Peter and St Paul church – the tallest in the county.
OVERSTRAND, RUNTONS AND SHERINGHAM
The pretty coastal village of Overstrand is just one mile away, while the fantastic shores and unspoilt beaches at East and West Runtons, situated between Cromer and Sheringham, are within minutes too.
Venture a little further and you’ll discover our sister coastal town of Sheringham, with all its seaside charm. There you can hop on the North Norfolk Railway – a five mile stretch where you’ll travel by steam
train to Holt. There’s no better way to take in the scenery in this area of outstanding natural beauty. Also in Sheringham you’ll find the National Trust owned Sheringham Park – designed by Sir Humphry Repton – the renowned landscaper who also designed our very own gardens here at the hotel.
THE NORFOLK BROADS
But perhaps the most famous attraction and richest asset here in North Norfolk are our magical waterways – the Norfolk Broads. With
miles of waterways to explore, spend your days boating, fishing, or even canoeing along the Norfolk Broads.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
These websites will help you to find out more about the local area and all there is to enjoy. Do remember to come back and visit our events and latest news pages, where we do our best to keep visitors and customers up to date with what’s on in the local area.