Cromer & North Norfolk
Forest Park is located in Northrepps, a small village on the outskirts of the Victorian seaside town of Cromer – just one mile away.
Take in the stunning spectacular sea views, walk amongst the fishing boats hauled up on the shingle or tuck in to some of the best fish and chips you’ll taste anywhere!
Meander your way around the narrow streets, exploring a diverse mix of independent shops. And why not relax with a nice cup of coffee or lunch at Rocket House Cafe – right beside the beach?
And then take in a panoramic view by scaling the 160ft tower at St Peter and St Paul church – the tallest in the county.
From the esplanade, walk east to Overstrand or west to explore the fantastic shores of Runtons. Go a little further to discover our sister coastal town of Sheringham, with all its seaside charm.
There you can hop on the North Norfolk Railway– a 5 mile stretch where you’ll travel by steam train to Holt. No better way to take in the scenery in this area of outstanding natural beauty.
Also in Sheringham you’ll find the National Trust owned Sheringham Park – designed by Sir Humphrey Repton – one of England’s most celebrated landscape gardeners. And the man who also lovingly designed our very own gardens at Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel.
North Norfolk is a breath-taking place to spend your holiday with its spectacular coastline, rich wildlife, seaside communities, nostalgia, heritage, culture and charming market towns and villages.
The Norfolk Broads
But perhaps our most famous attractions and richest asset are our magical waterways – the Norfolk Broads – some of which are located here in North Norfolk.
With miles of waterways to explore, spend your days boating, fishing, or even canoeing along the Norfolk Broads.
However you choose to spend your time here, you’re certain to create some holiday memories to treasure…