Seaforth, sleeping 8, Cromer


5 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
8 guests
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Flexible Arrival Days Minimum Three Nights Stay
Pets WelcomeWiFi
Open FireStunning Sea Views
Walking Distance to all AmenitiesOutside Seating

The Property

Seaforth is a beautiful period town house, tucked away in an elevated position above The Gangway, leading down to the beach and with stunning sea views from nearly every window. This charming family home is the perfect place to escape the every day and immerse in 'beach life' of all kinds. Be that, building sandcastles with the little ones, surfing the waves, or strolling along the promenade; Cromer has it all.

The pretty row of painted houses is an iconic image of Cromer's Victorian heritage and Seaforth sits snugly in the midst of them; it's a lovely quiet spot, yet still just a few minutes stroll into the centre of Cromer. The house is arranged over three floors, with a charming sitting room and the kitchen diner on the ground floor; two bedrooms and the family bathroom on the first floor and three further bedrooms and a shower room on the second floor.

On entering the cottage from the pedestrian walkway to the front of the house, you are welcomed into the bright and comfortable sitting room. With sofas and armchairs arranged around the open fire, to cosy up with in the cooler months and a wall mounted TV. The room as French doors leading out to the courtyard garden to the front and leads back into the generous kitchen diner, to the rear. The well equipped kitchen is perfect for rustling up tasty suppers and with the dining table tucked in the kitchen too, it makes for super sociable food preparation and eating together. There is a dishwasher, free standing oven with grill and electric hob, fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.

On the first floor, to the front of the house there is the first of the large double rooms, with a grand bay window looking out towards the sea, a king size bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers, pretty ornamental fireplace and a built in cupboard for clothes storage. Along the corridor is the family bathroom with a bath, separate shower enclosure, WC and wash hand basin. To the rear of the property is a pretty single bedroom with a window out to the rear, bedside tables and a chest of drawers.

Up again to the second floor, there are three more bedrooms. To the front of the house is the second large double bedroom with bay window and far reaching sea views, a king size bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers and cupboard. Along the corridor is the shower room, with a mains pressure shower, WC and wash hand basin. To the rear of the property are the last two bedrooms. Another pretty single bedroom with a chest of drawers, bedside table and Velux window to the sky. Leading on from the single bedroom is the bunk bed room, tucked away at the rear, with a window, bedside table and cupboard for storage.


Approached from the walkway to the front, there is a pretty courtyard garden with benches and a table, to sit and enjoy the view with a cup of coffee or a glass of something delicious at the end of the day.

There is unrestricted parking on the street and the ability to stop outside the house to unload. Further free parking is available on nearby streets, or there is the long stay car park around 5 mins walk away where you can daily or weekly tickets and use at your leisure.




Cromer boasts golden sandy beaches framed by rugged cliffs, offering visitors breathtaking views and ample opportunities for leisurely strolls or picking up the Norfolk Coastal Path for a longer walk. The beach is perfect for families, with its shallow waters ideal for paddling and building sandcastles, while more adventurous souls can try their hand at surfing or sea kayaking.

Close to the shore, and part of the Deep History Coast, you will find ‘Britain’s Great Barrier Reef’, the Cromer Shoal Chalk Bed, created in the Mesozoic Era when dinosaurs roamed. It is the longest in the world at 20 miles long and you can see it by swimming out and snorkelling. Cromer is on the Deep History Coast Discovery Trail and has its own Discovery Point.

The town is steeped in history, with a heritage dating back centuries. The town's most iconic landmark, Cromer Pier, is a testament to its rich maritime past. Originally built in the Victorian era, the pier has stood as a symbol of Cromer's resilience through the ages, surviving fires and storms to become a beloved focal point for locals and tourists alike. Today, visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the pier, take in panoramic views of the coastline, or catch a show at the renowned Pavilion Theatre, where the UK’s only remaining traditional end of the pier variety show takes place each Summer and Winter.

No visit to Cromer would be complete without sampling it's famous seafood. Cromer crabs feature on menus throughout England and for good reason, they are utterly delicious. If crab isn't your thing, then a visit to one of the excellent fish and chip shops is a must. Cromer has a burgeoning food scene with coffee shops, restaurants and delis to choose from, so something for all tastes.

Walking Distance to Shops: 5 mins
Walking Distance to Pubs, Cafes & Restaurants: 2 - 5 mins
Walking Distance to Shops: 2 mins
Walking Distance to Beach: 2 mins
Walking Distance to Supermarket: 5 mins
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