The Grove has a fantastic range of accommodation suitable for all group sizes and requirements. The 16 hotel rooms range from accessible doubles to family rooms that sleep up to four people. They are beautifully appointed, bright and airy spaces.
Luxury rooms, plus plenty of space for kids to explore, at this gorgeous Norfolk hotel.
What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?
Hotel guests can dine at the award winning two AA Rosette restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner using seasonally inspired and locally sourced food. Afternoon tea is also served here, plus delicious Sunday lunches.
For families, a light bites menu served in the early evening is great for kids. As is the pizza menu, served from 5pm - 6pm inside, or outside until 9pm. Private dining is available for special occasions. And there is tasty food to sample off site – fish and chips at the beach is always a great option.
Family run and family friendly, The Grove offers a wealth of facilities for you to enjoy during your stay, including a spacious heated indoor swimming pool so that you and the kids can enjoy a swim whatever the weather.
Grown ups can head to the Massage Hut for some proper relaxation, will kids can exploring the grounds, discovering a fantastic tree house and a trampoline. And of course, the beach is only a short, and very pleasant, walk away through woodland.
The five Orchard Rooms are easily accessible ground floor bedrooms in the quiet corner of the garden. A disability-friendly bathroom can be found in Victoria Cottage.
Where is it and how do you get there?By Road
The Grove is located just a short distance from the centre of Cromer, off the A149 (Norwich Road). It takes under three and a half hours from Leeds, London or Birmingham.By Air
Norwich International Airport is the closest – only 45 minutes away. Alternatively, London Stansted is around two hours away and received flights from across the world.By Rail
Cromer Station is a 20 minute walk to The Grove, or a five minute taxi ride. There are daily trains to Norwich.
Listed since July 2018
Our family has owned and run The Grove since 1936 – we’re the third generation to do so.
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