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Our holiday park is located close to Cromer

Beeston Regis Holiday Park is lucky enough to be situated close to the historic town of Cromer. While you are staying with us it is worth taking a trip and exploring what the place has to offer...

Cromer is the ideal place to visit if you're looking for a fun and exciting, or relaxed and leisurely day out. It attracts holiday makers from the UK and around the world, keen to appreciate its charm and traditional feel.

There are some familiar franchise businesses in this town, however it is still dominated by humble independent businesses that you won't find anywhere else. As you walk along the seafront, you will find lots of restaurants, shops, entertainment arcades, and various historical places of interest, not forgetting the beautiful beach!

Cromer Pier

Most people that visit Cromer take a stroll down to the Victorian Pier; there are records of Cromer having a Pier since 1391.

Here you can find great entertainment, a gift shop, a Café and the great Pavilion Theatre. To see what's going on at the Pier when you are in the area, please visit the Cromer Pier website.

Cromer lifeboat museum

Just a stone's throw away from the Pier is the Cromer Lifeboat Museum, where you can get a real feel of the community spirit that the town has always had.

You can take a look and learn all about the history of the Cromer Lifeboats and pick yourself up some souvenirs!

Cromer Art

If you have an artistic flair or have a passion for local art, then The Garden House and The Gallery Norfolk are great places to visit.

Whether you are looking for a new piece of jewellery or artwork, or you just wish to appreciate some fine art, these places are highly recommended.

Cromer Crabs

Cromer is famously known for supplying some of the best Crab and Lobster in the UK.

The Crabs are particularly known for their tender flesh and vast amount of white meat in comparison to dark. Most of the restaurants in the area will have a Cromer Crab dish on the menu, so go and indulge!