Virginia Court Hotel

Address: Cliff Avenue, Cromer, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, NR27 0AN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Cliff Avenue, Cromer, is near North Norfolk Railway, Felbrigg Hall, Cromer Pier, and Royal Cromer Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Cromer

      Concluding our Mary Michael Pilgrims Way

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 16, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... by heroic knights and saints, they were still the focal point of ancient festivals celebrating the return of spring. Their fearsome qualities often belied a genuine affection amongst the population of town and village like.......

      “The cult of St Margaret, the female dragon-slayer, was particularly active in Norfolk and Suffolk, where churches often show her subduing one of a great variety of lurid reptiles. In this task she is frequently ...

      A sense of sadness looms out of the mist

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 15, 2014

      4 comments, 28 photos

      ... say I don’t believe in God or the immortality of the soul!’




      ‘Oh,’ said the elderly priest with a benevolent smile, ‘those are such secondary matters!’"







      Our walking for the day has ended here. David has brought his boat to inject a little variety into the late stages of our journey. As we have entered the Norfolk Broads, famous for its plethora of small water ways which act as byways for ...

      Wroxham Broads

      A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Sep 23, 2014

      17 photos

      ... for hire, more and more people came to the area. By the 1960s and 70s, the Broads were a victim of their own success. Pollution was rife and this affected the vegetation and fish stocks declined. Less fish means less tourists so it became a huge problem. However, the pollution has now been cleaned up and so tourists and fishermen are back. Evidence of the cleaner water is that lilies are now starting to grow in the river again - they won't ...

      Norfolk exploring

      A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Sep 23, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... Hill is one of the oldest Tudor streets remaining in England. Elm Tree Hill has cobblestones which are most uncomfortable to walk on and my respect for Tour de France cyclists on the cobblestone sections of the Tour has just gone up a few notches. Now back home after a lovely dinner at Jamie's. Prices for food seem on par with Aussie ones but drinks were more expensive. Sitting listening to the Cathedral bells ring. Very ...

      Norwich and parts of north Norfolk

      A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Sep 22, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... was the Gold Coast Caravan Park. It bore no resemblance to the Aussie Gold Coast. Looked quite pleasant on a day like today but can only imagine how wild it would be in a gale. Sheringham reminded us of Lyme Regis, although it doesn't have Lyme's hills. Its bright and colourful streets are narrow and are geared to the seaside tourist trade but not in a tacky way. Driving home we passed a sign to a village called 'Barney'. Dont think there's anything there except a caravan ...