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Latest News from The Grove Cromer

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Latest News from The Grove Cromer
As we head into winter, we are running a series of accommodation offers including offering one night's free accommodation on our Superior Rooms before Christmas, and our Pamper Package; with one full body massage and dinner, bed and breakfast, as well as, our Sunday Is The New Saturday offer, which is a great deal for Sunday nights.
 
Our autumn menu, with warming dishes featuring lots of Norfolk produce, supplemented by our fruit and veg garden is going down a treat, and Christmas party bookings are coming in.
 
We are also holding a wine tasting and taster menu night on 29th November, for which we have a few remaining tables, £70 for seven courses and a five-glass flight of wine, with Peter Graham Wines coming in to talk through the subtleties of the glasses on the night.
 
We are now full for Christmas but have three rooms left for New Year, which is promising to be a spectacular event, with fireworks, magicians, and musicians.
 
Further into the winter, we will reopen after our usual period of refurbishment in Jan with Burns' Night on 24th Jan. We have limited tables left for this, as it books up well in advance.
 
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