Norfolk Delights & Seascapes 5 Days - De Paris Htl
Cromer was once a small fishing village which has now grown into a bustling family holiday resort, with superb sunshine records. This attractive, small resort is full of character with its narrow twisting streets in the town centre and lively seafront promenade behind the sandy beach. Colourful gardens offer quiet relaxation but if you're feeling energetic there are leisure facilities available including bowling greens, tennis courts, squash and golf. During the summer season there's a varied entertainments programme available at the famous Pier Pavilion. Cromer is set amidst the pleasant countryside of North Norfolk with its leafy country lanes, villages with their flint cottages and of course the Norfolk Broads, miles and miles of waterways weaving their way through this unique landscape. On this holiday you will have the opportunity to take a trip on the Broads and visit some of Norfolk's principal sights on our excursions.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - Sheringham & Norwich
The sandy beach at Sheringham holds the European Blue Flag award for cleanliness and has done so for many years./nStep inside stunning galleries and walk amongst the extraordinary fleet of lifeboats and fishing boats at Sheringham Museum (entry fees apply)./nExcursion to historic Norwich where, in this truly English city it is still a pleasure to wander amongst the medieval streets, particularly cobbled Elm Hill which is full of character./n
Day 3 - Day at Leisure
Day 4 - Great Yarmouth & Wroxham
Combining modern resort facilities and historical interest, Great Yarmouth is as popular today as ever. /nSandy beaches and the impressive Marine Parade offer a host of attractions./nEntertainment and recreational amenities abound, as do interesting and varied shops./nCapital of The Broads, Wroxham and its neighbour Hoveton St John face each other across the River Bure. /nThere are many attractions here from boat trips to steam trains (not included in tour cost)./nExcellent shopping includes Roy’s, the "largest village store in Britain", actually a vast department store. /n
Day 5 - Return Travel
Hotel De Paris
A delightful and unusual hotel occupying the finest position in Cromer, Hotel De Paris is close to the shops and historic parish church. This stunning hotel is directly overlooking the pier and beach, which makes it a winning destination when considering coach holidays to Cromer. Attractive bar, television lounge and superb reception lounge. Delightful restaurant with small dance floor and entertainment most evenings. All 67 bedrooms have central heating and private bath/shower and WC, most with excellent views over the sea or across the town to Cromer Woods. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and TV with radio channels.