We keep on going back, we love the ambiance, the food, the service, the surroundings, the veg are always overcooked for our personal taste but we know how difficult that is to get right. The fish is always excellent, great puddings, lovely mussels and if they happen to have lobster go for it, the thermidor is fantastic.
Thank you for last night we all enjoyed our selves. The waiting staff were great and food we an enjoyed it was of top standard, we danced the night away with DJ Mark Middleton and it was not too loud it was a wonderful Valentine diner dance. Thank you all again.
We stayed at the Cliftonville Hotel for two nights recently and am pleased to say how good it was, only a small hotel with 30 rooms (all with Sea View). We were impressed with the attention to detail at all levels during our stay. This hotel is and Edwardian Gem, just a short walk from the centre of Cromer. There are very few hotels with young waitresses who "Serve from the Left and Remove from the Right" and with a smile.
Just sat here for 5 mins and can't think of anything that I disliked or that the Hotel could improve on. The food was excellent, lunch dinner and breakfast. Very good portions. Staff were very friendly and very professional a credit to the Hotel
We travel a lot and experience many hotels and staff yet rarely leave reviews. This hotel was so good we had to comment. From booking to staying to leaving staff could not have been more helpful, courteous and have such a great attitude. We have 2 elderly pointer dogs who were looked after I think better than we were. They even had roast dinners each day! Going downstairs after doors locked and forgetting my key a member of staff willingly offered to wait for me so I could take dogs out and they let me back in. I could count many things, breakfasts at a table so dogs could lay beside us, helpful attitudes from all staff. The hotel has an aged charm. It is may look like it is aging yet has oodles of character unlike modern hotels which look like sterile rabbit hutches. Look out for the amazing fireplaces. The food is not the sort you would eat at Tuddenham Mill (which is excellent) yet was different in being more standard fare. Very good and portions generous. Every room overlooks the sea. I wasn't expecting that having a basic double yet it was a generously sized room with plenty of facilities and seeing the sea was a bonus. I only put 3/4 for sleep quality as beds ok yet it is on a beach front road and traffic was quite busy yet we did not mind, just a thought in case you wanted quiet. We slept with windows open as weather good. I think the previous occupant had fiddled with TV yet when I rang reception (yes they have a phone in room unlike many hotels now) on Sat a helpful and efficient maintenance person arrived within minutes and sorted it quickly. (it wasn't me, honest).
The Cliftonville Hotel in Cromer is on a lovely clifftop location with wonderful views across the sea. It's just a short stroll from the quaint town centre. The hotel is full of Edwardian charm and the staff at the Cliftonville were friendly & helpful and made you feel very welcome. The bedroom wasn't huge however, the view from the room was amazing. Breakfast was included in the price and was cooked to order, although certain dishes you had to pre-order the day before. (You wouldn't know this until you had your first breakfast though!) Worth noting the free Wifi was good. If you are driving, this hotel has free onsite parking. All in all a pleasant hotel with fantastic views, it's certainly worth considering if you are staying in Norwich. We would certainly stay here again.
Second stay at the cliftonville, another super weekend.Wonderfull room,amazing view staff more than helpful,very accomadating and polite,especially BEN. Food was plentyful,and of good standard. Would definitatly stay again.