Finding an ideal historic hotel in Cromer does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Cliftonville Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Cliftonville Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Cromer, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from The Cliftonville Hotel, including No1 Cromer & Ice Cromer (0.2 mi), Hot Rocks (0.3 mi), and Upstairs No1 Cromer (0.2 mi).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Cromer Pier (0.3 mi) and Cromer Parish Church (St Peter and St Paul) (0.3 mi), which are some popular Cromer attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
The Cliftonville Hotel puts the best of Cromer at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I had a Christmas lunch before they had to close for Christmas and it was splendid. The food delicious the waiter Tom delightful. I could not fault it but then I have eaten here many times and it has always been excellent.
We have stayed at the Cliftonville several times and not only have we never been disappointed, we have always been delighted. The food is fantastic, the staff are friendly and efficient and the views are great! Every time we stay we find something new and delightful around Cromer, last year it was the breeding pair of peregrine falcons on the church tower. Having a safe place to park and then having so much within walking distance is a real joy.
We booked for 3 nights but could only stay for 2 due to Lockdown 2. We had a great room (6) on the front overlooking to sea. The room was very large, with a separate dressing room and a large bathroom. All very spacious. The beds were not the best but were ok. The food was excellent. The breakfast was whatever you could want, the only missing was some fresh fruit. The dinner menu had plenty of variety and again the food was excellent. The staff were all friendly and very helpful. The hotel was strict about COVID rules but not in an intrusive way. Free parking available on site. The town was only about 10 minutes walk. The beach and promenade are great for walking, you can go for miles in either direction. A very enjoyable stay, just a shame it was cut short.
Recently returned from a short stay at this Edwardian hotel and by and large enjoyed my stay. Once through the doors you are met by the impressive sight of the hotel lobby and main dinning room. Great sweeping Arts and Crafts style staircase of the lobby and beautiful stained glass windows with Latin mottos in the "West Cliff" dinning room. In fact most of the public areas remind you of an Agatha Christie novel and give you an impression of faded grandeur. The staff were very friendly and made me feel most welcome, and the food, although a tad on the expensive side, was very tasty with generous portions. Unfortunately the rooms did not match the grandeur of downstairs 😞 The carpet, although clean, was quite stain. The window frames cracked with peeling paint and it was obvious that they hadn't been cleaned in a very, very long time. The walls badly needed a lick of paint to cover the scuffs and the bathroom had black mould stained grouting. All of this I could have overlooked had I had a good night's sleep, but the bed was sooooo uncomfortable with springs poking through and the pillows were so hard and flat it was impossible to get comfy! I did ask for new ones and housekeeping really did try, bless them, to find some but they said that they were all the same, and agreed that they were awful!!! Because of this I'm sad to say I will not be returning...😞😞😞…
Had 3 night stay at this hotel it was very nice. We booked direct with the hotel so we had one of the best rooms and price included breakfast. I think all rooms had a sea view of some sort but our room was on the front (room 1) had full views of the coastline. Yeah you are on the road but we didn’t really notice. The room was large with double and a single bed in which was very comfortable. The bathroom was of a good size with bath and overhead shower. The hotel also provided bath/shower gel and shampoo/body wash bottles all sanitized for you. Breakfast was between 8-10am and you were shown to your table which had all cutlery in plastic bags ready for you to uncover. You were also given your menu which had everything you would want for breakfast. Staff very efficient and nothing seemed to be any trouble for them and very helpful. We had a full English breakfast every morning with mixed toast and a pot of tea. We also ate in the restaurant 2 nights out of the 3 and food was very good and they were big portions we couldn’t manage 3 courses. The last night we ate in the bistro cafe a joining the hotel again very good food. They bar was just to the side of reception and it was table service they had a good choice of gins and tonics which I loved. We would definitely recommend and we would go back to stay at this hotel. …