The Cliftonville Hotel

Address: 29 Runton Road, Seafront, Cromer, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, NR27 9AS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 29 Runton Road, Seafront, Cromer, is near North Norfolk Railway, Felbrigg Hall, Cromer Pier, and Royal Cromer Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Cromer

    Last day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 29, 2015

    ... Fortunately I found a large one and being such a skilled captain now managed without much trouble. The handover again was incredibly smooth and fast. They topped up our diesel tanks (we used only about 25 litres), we got our luggage into the car, handed back the life vests and were on the road in no time. What luck we had ...

    4th day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 28, 2015

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    ... turned out that the "museum" was probably just a private collection of windmills. There was no information or signs and the visit took 5 minutes. So we walked back to the "Trinidad" with the plan to sail back to Ludham Bridge, buy some minced meat (the butcher was closed yesterday) and refill the tanks with water as hopefully today would be the day where we had our first hot shower at that bridge. Jane certainly is the best captain ...

    3rd day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 27, 2015

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    ... I believe that when I tried it! We sailed to Horning as it was the nearest mooring to "Bewilderwod", an activity centre for children. I was also hoping that, this being a bigger village, I would find some Otrivent for my blocked nose. After a perfect mooring we had to go for a little walk to the adventure centre. The fee was hefty (£62) but probably worth it. Lots of climbing frames and games. Having that that they were ...

    2nd day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 26, 2015

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    ... up from yesterday and we had a nice quaint family meal.

    Showering was an ordeal. At least for everybody bar Amy. She had a decent shower whereas everybody else had a cold one. We did let the engine run for a while before but the only thing we did differently with Amy was to switch on the heating - I will try and do that tomorrow.

    After yesterday's debacle with the mooring, getting off the shore was a doddle. Jane was at the helm (which she ...

    1st day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 25, 2015

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    ... it appealingly rural.

    Our first mooring was a disaster. I was at the helm and initially virtually rammed the boat into the bank. Jane was pulling like mad on the stern ropes, making her fall over and the boats bow veering away from the bank. Somehow we managed to hammer the stakes into the ground and secure the boat. I lowered the mud anker and we were ready to settle down.

    It is quiet, it is cosy - I like ...