SPONSOR A BRIDGE PLANK
Be part of the story of North Lodge Park. You can sponsor one of the new bridge planks, this includes a brass plaque with up to 3 lines of your own words. Read more…
Chronicles of the Park
North Lodge Park opened on Saturday 18 May 1929 – and to mark 90 years of Cromer’s clifftop park we have published a 28 page ‘Brief History’ of the Park 1929-2019. You can buy the book online, in the park cafe or Jarrolds.
A summer of open air theatre
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The volunteer-staffed tea rooms are next to the boating lake and have a genuine community ethos providing a place for locals to meet and spend time in an inexpensive venue. Such a friendly place and was lovely to go somewhere on your own and be...More
We stayed in Cromer for a few days and as the weather was good we went to the North lodge park tea rooms, very good, lovely homemade cake and a good range of drinks very reasonable price. Thoroughly enjoyed the ambience and would definately recommend...More
Parked up for break as we work for the Ambulance Service and straight away was offered a cold drink on a very hot day. Lovely owners and would recommend as popular amongst the locals.
A warm sunny day, sitting outside on green lawns with flower beds, topped off with good tea served in a teapot with China cups - and delicious home made cake.
This is a great little place to get a good cup of tea and then relax and watch the world go by. If you have a model boat then all the better but just as good to watch others. Not a lot of tables inside...More
Have coffee or even treat yourself to a piece of very nice cake and enjoy the surroundings both inside and outside and watch the children enjoying the boating pond. You will be assured of a welcome. All staffed by volunteers. Excellent
Came across this place quite by chance on a day-trip. A beautiful little cafe, run by volunteers as a not-for-profit enterprise to support the maintenance and development of the park. Pretty interior and tables outside too. Lovely and enthusiastic staff. Home-made sausage rolls (yum) and...More
This is such a fabulous little cafe offering a fabulous array of home made cakes and savouries. Lovely teas in vintage China cups and saucers. We called here on s miserable wet day and the welcome of mainly the staff and the other customers was...More
We visit when we go to Comer as this is run entirely by volunteers in a minute space so they do very well to cope with the trade. The homemade tea cakes are cinnamon flavoured & all cakes are tasty & moist. So treat yourself...More