Cabbell Towers Property Ref: 1102

View all

From £121.00 per night

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Parking Free Parking

Property Details

We’re delighted to present Cabbell Towers, a stunning 2-bedroom Victorian apartment in the heart of Cromer town. Despite its central location, it offers the rare advantage of its own private parking spot.

Having undergone recent refurbishment, the apartment is ideal for families, couples or small groups of friends looking to enjoy a fabulous North Norfolk seaside holiday.

Cromer promenade and the towns large sandy beach are just a 3-minute walk away, whilst the town centre with its fantastic selection of pubs, restaurants, café’s, shops and more can be reached in under 5-minutes.


The Space

Cabbell Towers is a beautifully traditional Victorian building featuring a blend of modern amenities inside the 2nd floor apartment. The property offers a spacious open plan kitchen, lounge, and dining area and two bedrooms including 1 with king size bed and 1 twin room with 2 single beds.

The open plan kitchen-living-diner features large bay windows with great views of the unspoilt seaside town. The two armchairs situated within a bay window are the ideal spot to relax and watch the world go by.

The modern, fully equipped kitchen is stocked with utensils and a range of appliances including a coffee machine, dishwasher, and washer dryer. There’s plenty of worktop space for cooking preparation and informal seating on stools at the kitchen island. For more formal dining there is a separate dining table and chairs for 4.

The lounge offers two comfortable sofas, with a Samsung 49″ flat screen TV, and Alexa entertainment.

The main family bathroom offers bath, shower, wash basin and toilet. There is a second separate W/C in addition to this.


  • 1 King size bedroom
  • 1 Twin bedroom
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • 1 Family bathroom
  • Separate W/C
  • Wi-Fi
  • Smart TV
  • Hair dryer
  • Coffee machine
  • Parking for 1 car


Cabbell Towers is just minutes away on foot from all the key local attractions such as Cromer town, the beach, Cromer pier and an abundance of pubs and restaurants.

Cromer is a picturesque coastal town with some independent shops and attractive back streets around the medieval church. Cromer beach is vast and sandy, home to the renowned Cromer crab boats and, of course, the famous Cromer crabs. The water is shallow to the right of the pier and the further you walk, the more isolated it becomes with crystal clear water on a sunny day!

There are many places to eat and drink in Cromer, the likes of The Art house Café, Hatters Tea Shop (at the end of West Street), The Rocket Café, and North Lodge Park Tea Rooms on top of the cliffs behind The Rocket Café, and the Reef Stop on the promenade to the right of the pier are particularly popular.

The Red Lion Pub and The White Horse (on West Street) have good pub food and outside space. The Gangway is also a nice wine/cocktail bar with a growing reputation. For Fish and chips the locals recommend Mary Janes and some prefer Number 1 Fish and Chips. If there are queues in summer, then you can drive to The Park Chippy. Also, The Bucket List has become quite famous where you can get a bucket of chips with various toppings.

There are some fantastic shops that have opened in the past few years including galleries, souvenir shops, a surfing shop, and an organic food shop. Lizzies (near the town end of West Street) is good for fresh fruit and vegetables and eggs, and you can get freshly baked bread from The Craft bakery.

The Pavilion Theatre dates from1905 has its famous traditional end-of the-pier summer show, the only end of the pier show in the world. There has been a jetty in Cromer since 1391.

The pier has been damaged by storms numerous times and in 1993 a 100-ton rig crashed into the pier breaking it in half. In 2012, 8 million pounds was invested into the pier and revamping the Victorian sea defences.

Cromer's greatest figure was Henry Blogg, coxswain of the lifeboat from 1909 to 1947, who won the George Cross and four other decorations for saving lives at sea. He was involved in saving an amazing 837 lives, be sure to visit the RNLI Henry Blogg Museum to find out more. Other nearby attractions include Felbrigg Hall, Cromer Zoo and the Norfolk Shire Horse Centre.

For keen walkers, the cliff path will take you to Overstrand (we recommend a drink or lunch at The Sea Marge Hotel) and to Sheringham (it is best to walk from Sheringham to Weybourne and back where you may catch a glimpse of the Heritage Steam Train that runs the Poppy Line between Weybourne and Holt). The walk from Sheringham to Cromer is also beautiful but check tide times as part of it can be either on the beach or the road. The Coastal Hopper Bus leaves Cromer and Sheringham bus stations at regular intervals.

From Cromer train station you can easily get to Norwich if you fancy a river walk or a bit of shopping at the market which has a fantastic variety of fruit, vegetables, cheeses, cakes, bread, and street food.


Check in between 4pm and 10pm

Check out by 10am.

A 30% deposit is due at the time of booking with the remaining balance payable 4 weeks before your arrival.

Strictly no parties.

Strictly non-smoking.

No pets.

Loading availability.
Book online by selecting your start date on the calendar above
Need help with your booking?
Call us on 01603 981390
Cromer pier and seaside with a beautiful sunset.

Subscribe Sign up to our newsletter
By submitting this form you consent to receiving Norfolk Holiday Properties offers by email, including initial information using the contact details.

We’d love to hear from you!

Leave us a message and we’ll get back to you. Your details will not be shared with any other external companies or used for marketing purposes. You can request that your information is removed at any time. Please see our Privacy Policy for further details.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.