Southrepps located in North Norfolk is
just under three miles from the Norfolk Coast. The tower
of Southrepps church punctuates the landscape in this
part of Norfolk, which is mostly made up of field upon
field of green and gold arable crops. A mix of thatched
and brick and flint houses decorate this tiny village.
The village is split in two by a large tract of
farmland, at the top end of the village there are two
village shops and a local village inn. On the
outskirts is a nature reserve of 12.5 hectares with
designated way marked walks of two miles and another of
The Paston Way a long distance footpath of 15.25 miles
also runs through this area. For holiday
accommodation in Southrepps or closeby - self catering -
holiday cottages - bed and breakfast - hotel - inns -
guest house look at our accommodation pages.
Another tall church tower is the one at the seaside
resort of Cromer just five miles from Southrepps.
Here the church of St. Peter and St. Paul measures 160
feet and used to serve as a lighthouse for coastal
shipping. Cromer is famous for its succulent crab
and you can still watch the fishermen bring their
In the summer months the Pavilion Theatre on Cromer Pier
hosts the famous Seaside Special, as well as other
events. The Royal Cromer Golf Club, set high on the
cliffs above the town, has an eighteen hole course with
panoramic sea views.