The village of Northrepps is 3 miles from the north Norfolk coastal town of Cromer and is approached from all directions by pretty meandering country lanes. Northrepps church, St Mary the Virgin, dates in part to before 1066, but further building/repairs were carried out during the 12th to 15th centuries. The village is within easy reach of the beautiful Norfolk coastline and has a variety of holiday accommodation. In 1996 Northrepps village hall was opened and plays host to a variety of clubs and organisations.
Accommodation in Northrepps
A delightful little town house style cottage located in a peaceful cul-de-sac in the pretty village of Northrepps. With lovely rural views, a great pub just around the corner, and the beach at Overstrand easily reached on foot, Bumbles is a lovely bolt hole to escape to at any time of the year.
Spacious yet cosy, this charming flint cottage is set in the heart of the peaceful, picturesque village of Northrepps. Walkers (and their dogs) will love exploring the pretty lanes and established trails that run through the village, and especially the twenty minute walk across the fields to the coast at Overstrand while drinking in the glorious views of the sea in the distance. With a south facing sun trap of a garden, a friendly family run village pub just down the road, and playing fields around the corner, there's something here for holidaymakers of all ages.
Daisy Cottage (Northrepps)
A pretty mid terraced traditional cottage in the attractive village of Northrepps, just a five minute drive from the beautiful sandy beach at Overstrand.