The Link is one of two semi-detached cottages at the lighthouse, which is a mile from the medieval North Norfolk town of Cromer and has outstanding sea views. Cromer is a 10-minute walk down the coastal path or along the beach, where you can browse shops, pubs, and enjoy local seafood.
What is the capacity for The Link at Cromer Lighthouse?
The Link is a romantic North Norfolk lighthouse bolthole for two (with no children or pets permitted). The incredibly cosy double bedroom has been formed from the circular base of the lighthouse tower.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Cromer area?
Cromer is a popular family holiday destination with a long sandy beach and brightly coloured beach houses. It's a short walk into Overstrand if you take the seaside route in the opposite direction, where you may eat at the White Horse restaurant/bar. Non-members with a handicap are welcome at the Royal Cromer 18-hole golf course, which is adjacent to the property. Holkham Hall, Castle Rising Castle, and Mannington Gardens are just a few of the many exquisite historic houses and gardens in the area. Norfolk Adventure can offer a variety of lake activities such as boat trips, rowing, canoeing, kayaking, and water zorbing. If you don't have access to a bike, you can hire one. Cromer Pier is home to the Pavillion Theatre, which hosts performances all year.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There is an excellent sea-front cafe/restaurant at the lifeboat museum. Cromer is a 10-minute walk down the coastal path, where you can choose from an array of pubs and restaurants, and enjoy local seafood, including the famous Cromer crab sandwiches.