Sunrise at East Runton
View from Incleborough Hill
East Runton beach
Fun at East Runton beach
East Runton beach (towards Cromer)
East Runton, Norfolk
West Runton beach (Deep History Coast)
East Runton
East Runton beach, Norfolk
Nearby Rocky Bottoms restaurant
West Runton beach

Victoria House & Annexe, East Runton, north Norfolk

Both accommodation options can be hired separately or together (for a 15% discount) – ideal for larger families, groups and friends holidaying together. Online booking available.

Only a minute from the beach!

Victoria House is just a one minute walk from the long sandy beach (perfect for children) and you can enjoy a 20 minute stroll along the beach to Cromer Pier.

Victoria House, East Runton, north Norfolk

Victoria House

Victoria House

Victoria House  is a delightful, traditional brick and knapped flint house, with annexe.

This wonderful flint stone and red brick house was built in 1870 and tastefully refurbished in 2010.
Sleeps 5 + camp bed

Visit England - 4 Star Self Catering awardVisit England - Gold Award

What a wonderful holiday this has been! Perfectly beautiful house. Such a lovely place to stay. You have thought of everything – so cosy and homely we really don’t want to leave. Thank you so much, from all of us.”

Victoria House Annexe

At the rear of the house is a rebuilt, self contained Annexe, completed in 2014.
The Annexe sleeps 2.

Victoria House Annexe, East Runton, Norfolk

Victoria House Annexe

Victoria House and Annexe - rear

Victoria House and Annexe – rear

Visit England - 3 Star Self Catering awardedVisit England - Gold Award

Very comfortable accommodation. Very close to beach. This is our second visit and enjoyed both.”

East Runton, north Norfolk

A walkers and cyclist’s paradise.

East Runton, NorfolkAs one of the driest areas in England and with gentle tides, the sandy beaches of East Runton are perfect for swimming and sun bathing. In recent years the beach has also become extremely popular with surfers.

This most beautiful part of the north Norfolk coast has been a favourite for the past century, encapsulating a landscape of outstanding natural beauty, with countless nearby hill and woodland walks.

It’s certainly one of the most beautiful stretches of the north Norfolk coast.

North Norfolk is a treasure for bird watchers. The White Tailed Eagle extinct in England for more than 200 years has been spotted in north Norfolk. Don’t forget your camera!

You’ll find many attractions in the area for both young and old to enjoy, including the Cromer and Sheringham carnivals, visiting funfairs and circuses.

West Runton railway stationThe 1940s Weekend on the The North Norfolk Railway (Poppy Line) is not to be missed.

Within walking distance is a local chippy, bars, bistro’s and restaurants – including the famous Constantia Cottage Restaurant.

Within easy reach

  • Cromer (1 mile)
  • West Runton (1 mile)
  • Sheringham (2 miles)
  • Holt (8 miles)
  • Cley (10 miles)
  • Norwich (23 miles)
  • Norfolk Broads (25 miles)

Very comfortable accommodation. Beautifully presented and clean house (as usual). Ideally situated for the local beach and for touring the north Norfolk coast. Visited the Muckleburgh Collection at Weybourne and found a lovely walk along the coastal path at Waxham where we saw the Horsey seal colony, followed by lunch at the nearby ‘Poppytimes’ tearoom which has a 40’s nostalgic theme. Walked to Cromer pier along the beach from the house at East Runton and spent some time in Sheringham eating fish and chips, overlooking the sea.”