The Studio (sleeps 2) – a romantic Cromer hideaway

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The Studio is a private and beautifully presented Cromer hideaway. It is owned by Paul and Frances and is situated to the rear of their stylish Victorian property in a peaceful street.  The open plan sitting room is comfortable and tasteful, with a woodburner to cosy up in front of and a well equipped kitchen, including a six ring range style cooker.  

Up the spiral staircase is a romantic and pretty bedroom, with quality linen and towels. Off this is an ensuite bathroom with shower and whirlpool bath.  

It really is a fantastic little place for two.  The courtyard is sheltered and completely private, a fabulous place to relax after a hard day on the beach.

The amenities of Cromer and it’s wonderful beach are just a few minutes’ walk.  A perfect place for a relaxing holiday in Cromer.

Romantic bolthole for two, central yet private position, parking for small car or alternative street parking

We didn’t want to leave our Cromer hideaway!  Peter and Monica

AccommodationWIFI

French door entrance to Dining area. Plus another private entrance to the rear.

Open plan tasteful room. Tiled floor with rug.

Dining Area: with table and chairs

Kitchen: A blue painted kitchen with plenty of storage.  Six ring gas range cooker with electric double oven.  Microwave, toaster, fridge freezer and washer dryer. Bar stools.

Sitting Room:  A really comfortable and cosy area with leather sofa and throws.  Wood burning stove, TV with DVD player, CD player.  Sideboard with books and games.

Spiral staircase to first floor (may not be suitable for the less mobile)

Bedroom:  A pretty eaves bedroom, with king sized comfortable bed, original fireplace (decorative only)

En Suite Bathroom:  With separate shower, Whirlpool bath, WC and basin.

Outside:  A very sheltered and sunny courtyard style garden,  Completely private, perfect for al fresco dining or an evening drink listening to the sea gulls!  The Studio is situated in a quiet street, just a few minutes’ walk to the seafront and pier.  

Parking can be had on street right outside.  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.  The BBC recently used the Pier as it’s focus for the Christmas indents, and the Antiques Road Show was filmed there during the last summer.  

The carnival is a highlight of the year, although there is something going on most weekends, and is now into its 50th 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.