Situated on the North Norfolk coast, The Grove offers the ideal setting for your perfect glamping holiday. Whether you’re planning an adventure-packed family holiday or an indulgent romantic getaway, The Grove in Cromer has it all. With Glamping as well as a range of en-suite bedrooms in the beautiful Georgian house in landscaped gardens and six self-catering cottages in the adjacent barn conversions, we have something for everyone wanting to explore the beautiful coastline of North Norfolk. Our award winning 2 AA Rosette restaurant serves breakfast, Sunday lunch and dinner and we believe our two rosettes are a tribute to our commitment to serving seasonally inspired and locally sourced food, which is in abundance here in Norfolk.
Family run and family friendly, The Grove offers a wealth of facilities for you to enjoy during your stay, including a heated indoor swimming pool, table tennis table, 4 acres of garden featuring our children’s play area, tree house and trampoline, and our very own private path through beautiful woodland to Cromer beach. Just a short walk from the town centre and within easy reach of the stunning villages along the coast, The Grove is one of the best places in Norfolk and perfect from which to explore the delights of North Norfolk.
Glamping is the perfect solution for those families or couples wanting to add a little something different to their stay with us here at The Grove.
THE GROVE GLAMPING
The Grove Glamping is run by Ruth and Rich Anderson, partner of The Grove Cromer. We are delighted to offer a range of five and six metre Normadic and Mongolian Yurts. The Nomadic Yurts are five-metres in diameter and have an oak door with canvas walls surround the wooden lattice, which leads up to a window looking up to the stars. These Monoglian Yurts are in two sizes; the five meter yurt will sleep six people and the six meter yurt will sleep eight. Each will be fitted with all your creature comforts, guaranteed to make your stay a home-away-from-home, including:
- Double bed with a proper mattress and duvet
- Bunk beds
- Wood burning stove so you can snuggle up and hunker down
- Low wattage 240-volt electricity courtesy of solar panels (to charge phones and stay in touch with the real world)
- Undercover cooking and eating area with gas hobs
- Your own charcoal BBQ
Tucked behind the pool, the yurts have their own
- Washing up area
- Fire pits
as well as benefiting from the short walk through our private woodland path to the award winning Cromer beach
All yurts are fully kitted out with everything for your stay, you will need to bring towels, slippers and your swimming kit, to enjoy the onsite pool. The washing up facilities provided include hot running water, but neither washing up liquid, dish-cloths nor tea towels are provided, so please remember to pack these.
SHOWERS AND TOILETS
We have taken onboard the fantastic feedback from last year and have invested in an additional toilet and shower block to compliment the current toilets and showers attached to the indoor heated swimming pool
To make your stay that bit easier and we can provide a variety of hampers, which can be pre-booked including cheese and wine, barbeque or breakfast.
USE OF ALL THE GROVES FACILITIES
Of course, all the facilities of The Grove are also available to our intrepid Glampers, so you can book one of our superb breakfasts, come in for dinner, swim in the pool then head back to your yurt for a cosy night’s sleep in ready-made-up beds; getting back to nature in style.
Situated on the North Norfolk coast, Cromer is the quintessential North Norfolk seaside town, known as the ‘Gem of the Norfolk Coast’. Famous for its delicious crabs, wide open beaches, one of the last authentic Victorian piers in the country (which hosts a fantastic traditional end of pier show), and awash with small local independent shops, cafes and restaurants, Cromer is a thriving hub in the heart of the North Norfolk community.
Cromer is rich with fishing heritage with Cromer Crab being famous throughout the world and the crab-boats setting off every day to fish for superb seafood from the North Sea. Cromer has two museums for those wishing to explore and learn about the proud tradition of lifeboat men in the area. In addition to traditional seaside stores selling buckets and spades and seaside trinkets, there is also a selection of local art galleries, homeware stores, fashion outlets and high end gift shops. Throughout August each year the Cromer Carnival brings the town further to life and is a great event for the whole family, for residents and visitors alike to enjoy.
Not far from Cromer there are also several historic stately homes to visit, including the royal home at Sandringham as well as Holkham Hall and the beautiful National Trust properties at Blickling and Felbrigg.
Many of our guests enjoyed booking the whole glamping site for a few days with friends or family. The site can hold up to 26 people in its five yurts.
£160 per yurt for 2 nights
We are sorry, but we do not accept stag or hen nights.
We are also a pet free site.
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