Information about Parking in Cromer
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Cromer is a delightful coastal town on the north coast of the English county of Norfolk. It is about 23 miles north of the town of Norwich. Spending time on the beach at Cromer is a favorite family past time at any time of the year. Cromer is also famous for its pier, which is home to the Pavilion Theatre where the UK’s only remaining end of the pier variety show takes place each year. It is the perfect place for a traditional seaside holiday.
As with any popular seaside town, parking in Cromer can get very busy, particularly at peak times of the holiday season. It is recommended that drivers investigate their parking options in advance before driving to Cromer.
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Cromer Parking Statistics
4.9 out of 5 stars
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Parking in Cromer
Parking in Cromer requires a little advance planning to ensure a stress free experience.
There are four main car parks in Cromer. Meadow Road car park has 265 parking bays and a tarmac surface. Cadogan Road car park has 120 parking bays and a tarmac surface. Runton Road is the largest car park with 1037 parking bays and it has a grass surface. The Promenade car park has 20 spaces and a tarmac surface. All of the car parks have toilets available in them or close by. Meadow Road, Cadogan Road and the Promenade car parks have parking charges on the Resort tariff. This means that it costs £1.30 for a stay of up to one hour and then an additional £1 for each extra hour. Runton Road car park charges on the Coastal, which is £1.50 per hour.
Looking for free Cromer parking? There are a limited number of free parking bays where you can stay for up to 30 minutes in the Meadow Road car park.
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Cromer Airport parking
The nearest airport to Cromer is Norwich airport, which is just under 20 miles away. There is a range of parking options on site, including long-stay and short-stay.
Parking at Norwich airport can be expensive, and as such, travelers and airport employees like to use alternative options for airport parking. You may want to consider browsing the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available within easy access to the airport.
There are plenty of things for all the family to see and do in the pretty seaside town of Cromer. There are great sandy beaches, which are perfect for a stroll, having a picnic, and making sandcastles. Surfing is also a popular activity in the sea at Cromer. In town, there are some fascinating museums, amusement arcades, and lots of other stores and attractions. For a longer walk, you may like to take the Norfolk Coastal Path which offers some wonderful sea views. Make sure you also visit Cromer’s traditional pier and take in an end of the pier variety show at the Pavilion Theatre. The pier itself is a great example of Victorian architecture.
Planning a night out in Cromer? Find convenient Cromer parking with YourParkingSpace within walking distance of the nearby attractions.
Cromer train station connects to the Norwich to Sheringham Bittern line. There is also a second train station in Cromer, situated at Roughton Road.
Cromer bus station is situated between the sea front and the town centre. It is at the junction of Prince of Wales Road and Cadogan Road. The main bus operator in Cromer is Sanders Coaches, offering a friendly and efficient service on local routes and further afield.
Disabled Parking in Cromer
The Blue Badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems or those who are registered blind.
All the car parks in Cromer have a limited number of spaces allocated for Blue Badge holders. You must ensure that you display your Blue Badge. Disabled parking is not provided free of charge in Cromer and Blue Badge holders must still pay the standard parking charges. However, disabled drivers who display a Blue Badge will be allowed 30 minutes extra time over the expiry time of their car park ticket.
There are 34 electric vehicle charging points available in and around Cromer, situated in six of the Council’s pay and display car parks. A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Overnight stays are not permitted in the car parks in Cromer. The parking charges are the same on weekends and Bank Holidays as they are during the week.
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Can I park my motorcycle in the car parks in Cromer?
Yes, there are a limited number of spaces in all the car parks in Cromer allocated for motorcycle parking.
Is there free parking available in Cromer?
There are a limited number of free parking bays where you can stay for up to 30 minutes in the Meadow Road car park.
Do I need to apply for a Blue Badge to park in a disabled parking bay?
Yes, you do. Remember to always display your Blue Badge clearly to avoid hefty fines. You also need to remember to pay the standard parking charges as disabled parking is not free in Cromer.
Can I park overnight in Cromer car parks?
No, overnight stays are not permitted in Cromer car parks.
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Latest Cromer parking reviews
Excellent parking facilities and very near to the town centre and great value. Easy to find of course because it’s a supermarket car parkAndrew
Easy to find, good price if you want to leave your car for a few days in a safe place. And you can get some shopping before you go home!Amanda
great location, stress free Cromer parkingSteven
Once you know how to enter details on app first time it works well and is convenient if you don’t have change. It wouldn’t work with Apple Pay but luckily I have a pay pal accountSarah
Very simple easy to parkNeil
Worked out perfectly for us and was easy to book. Very satisfied. ThanksBrad
Easy to use app and no fuss parking at a great price PerfectScott
Great place to park, easy to find, left the car here for 3 days with no issues. Highly recommend for people walking the Norfolk Coastal PathAmy
Very easy to find. Owner was very polite and friendly. It is quite close to town, but you have to walk up, and down two hills. When we were in town, the traffic was very heavy- using this space in a quiet part of town took away a lot of stress. I would use it again.Christopher