The Hideaway – chic coastal apartment in Cromer
- Beautiful newly renovated ground floor, garden, apartment
- Spacious accommodation
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Central position just few minutes walk to beach and town centre
- Dog friendly (£15 each max two dogs)
- King size bed
- Electric panel heating
- £495 – £610 (2021)
The Hideaway is a newly renovated ground floor apartment situated in one of Cromer’s famous Victorian seaside villas. The accommodation is contemporary and beautifully presented. The property has the positive benefit of private parking and a pretty enclosed garden, a real sun trap, which is a perfect escape from the bustle of the town and beach. It sleeps 2 in one bedroom and is dog friendly. The kitchen is brand new and very well equipped, the sitting room comfortable and spacious.
A perfect Norfolk Hideaway in Cromer
Rear door to hallway with hooks
Kitchen: newly fitted kitchen, contemporary and well equipped, with an electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave and large Smeg American style fridge freezer. Good range of cupboards.
Sitting Room: spacious, high ceiling room with sofa and chair, TV with Freesat, table lamps. Dining table and chairs at one end.
Bedroom: pretty, cool, bedroom with king sized bed, side lamps and wardrobe. Mirrors.
Shower Room: wc, basin, with mirror over and electric shower.
Outside: The apartment has private parking outside and an pretty enclosed garden. The garden is a real sun trap with cottage garden planting, seating and garden furniture. The grass is artificial and there is a shingled area for dogs to use.
Cromer town centre and famous pier is just a few minutes walk away.
Cromer is a traditional and elegant Victorian seaside resort, much lauded in the past which is reflected in its magnificent architecture.
Recently, Cromer has had a big resurgence in popularity and exposure as a real destination holiday town. Cromer is often used as a back drop for film and TV productions, with the pier being the jewel in the town. There are many great places to eat and of course sample the local seafood.
The carnival is a highlight of the year, although there is something going on most weekends, and is now into its 51st year. Cromer still has the luxury of a railway station that links to mainline stations at Norwich, just 45 minutes away. A tasteful Cromer hideaway, and perfect bolthole whatever the season.