Argyll House is on the outskirts of Cromer. It is a short walk to the nearest shop, with Morrison’s Supermarket approximately 10 minute walk away. The train station which links Cromer to Norwich and Sheringham is also a 10 minute walk.
Cromer has been a seaside fishing town since 1800, and has sandy beaches and a pier. There is a theatre on the pier, which plays host to the only “end of the pier show” left in Britain.
The town is a regional centre with the usual range of shops, bars, cafes, restaurants and a cinema. It also has the tallest church tower in Norfolk at 160ft.Cromer's coast has a unique appeal, being described as a haven of peace and tranquillity, with big skies, great skyscapes and magnificent sunsets. It is a great area for walking using the North Norfolk Coastal Footpath.
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Ref: Guntrip (1964)