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The family-run Wellington Cromer is just 100 metres from Cromer’s beachfront and town centre. A flat-screen TV and a DVD player are included in each contemporary room. Real ales are served in the large Victorian bar, which shows Sky Sports on the TV and has a pool table and dartboard. The Meadow Golf Course is a 5-minute walk away and the Royal Cromer Golf Club is 5 minutes’ drive from The Wellington. Cromer Rail Station is less than 10 minutes’ walk away and Norwich city centre can be reached after a 45-minute train journey. Set in a converted stable block, the Courtyard Restaurant serves homemade British dishes made from locally sourced produce. A full Norfolk breakfast is served, including locally sourced Briston sausages and bacon, fresh local eggs, black pudding, tomatoes and mushrooms. Guests can also enjoy a range of cereals and yoghurt, and locally smoked kippers. A modern en suite bathroom is also included in every room, as well as tea and coffee making facilities and a selection of toiletries.
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