Welcome to Tuckers Cottage, a luxury self catering holiday cottage in Cromer, Norfolk
Sleeping up to 4 with 2 bedrooms, Tuckers Cottage is located in a quiet area in Cromer town centre close to Cromer Pier, Beach and North Lodge Park.
Parking for 1 car. No pets allowed.
Tuckers Cottage is a traditional seaside cottage over 200 years old. The cottage is cosy, warm and welcoming. Just two minutes walk to beach and pier the cottage is ideal for the British seaside holiday. The cottage is perfect for families with children and couples.
The cottage is fully equipped and bedding and towels are supplied.
The park, boating lake, children’s playground & putting green are near by. Cromer town centre has a wide range of shops & a supermarket. Tuckers Cottage is available all year round.
Cromer is a lovely Victorian seaside town with a long and unique history. The town is famous for its Blue Flag sandy beaches, Cromer Crabs, the pier end theatre and working lifeboat.
Cromer is small and easily explored on foot. Its majestic church has a very high tower which it’s possible to climb at certain times of the day; well worth the effort for the superb view.
Next to the church is the revamped small museum – also well worth a visit to learn about this delightful town’s long history and put it into its modern context.
The small streets throw up inviting local shops where fresh sea food, fine fish and chips, individual and tasteful gift shops and galleries can all easily be found. There are a variety of shops on the high street and it’s very likely that you’ll find all you need for your holiday here in Cromer.
Cromer is accessible to all. The front is long and the beaches have lifeguards on duty in season. On the pier is the well known theatre where there are seasonal shows and a full programme of artists throughout most of the year. There’s always something worth watching and the professional performances belie the community atmosphere inside this theatre over the sea. To walk out after an evening performance and see Cromer on the cliff, lit up by all its twinkling lights, is definitely part of the magic of the town.
At the very end of the pier is the lifeboat station which is open to visitors. It has a fascinating history which you can learn about through a trip to the museum.
There’s plenty to keep sports enthusiasts happy – tennis courts, watersports, horse riding – and a golf course less than 15 minutes’ walk from the flat. The whole area is ideal for walking and cycling.