The Grove provides a collection of six wonderful and homely cottages. The Cromer Holiday Cottages sleep between two and six people. The onsite amenities at The Grove are available for B&B guests to enjoy, including the in-house heated pool, children's amenities as well as the as well as delightful woodland with a secluded walk down to the award-winning Cromer beach.
What is the capacity for The Grove Cromer?
The Grove Cromer has six cottages in its gardens, five are in aisled barns and one is quietly tucked around the back of the man's house. The Barn sleeps six in a double room, a twin room and a room with bunk beds. It has two bathrooms and an open plan kitchen and dining room. The Stable, which was the old stable for The Grove, sleeps four in a double room and twin room. It has an open plan kitchen and living room. The Coach House and The Cottage both sleep two in a double room above an open plan kitchen and living room. Mrs. Page's Cottage was originally the gardener's cottage and has two bedrooms sleeping a total of three people. It has a large lounge and a separate kitchen. Mrs. Page's is all ground floor, with two entrances. The Bungalow is tucked around the back of the main house of The Grove. It is the ground floor and sleeps two in a double or twin room with a lounge, kitchen and bathroom. All cottages have full use of The Grove's facilities including restaurant gardens and pool.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Cromer area?
Renowned for its tasty crabs, wide open beaches, one of the last authentic Victorian piers in the country (hosted by a spectacular traditional Pier Show), and awash with small local independent shops, cafes and restaurants, Cromer is a thriving hub in the heart of the North Norfolk community. Cromer offers a wide variety of activities to guests interested in sport, including Cromer Lawn Tennis & Squash and the popular Royal Cromer Golf Club which allows guests of The Grove to enjoy 10% off their green fees.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Two restaurants can be found at the Grove, the wood-panelled study and the original Georgian dining room. Both have their unique characteristics and features, but the quality of food and service provided remains the same – these award-winning qualities mean they are quickly becoming one of the top food and drink destinations not only in Cromer but throughout Norfolk.