Cheap Hotels in Norwich
Located in the heart of Norwich, Abbey Guest House is just a 5-minute walk from Norwich Railway Station. There is free WiFi in all areas and free parking is possible in the local area. Each room at Abbey Guest House features a TV, tea/coffee making facilities and towels. The staff are happy to provide local information and transport details. Norwich city centre can be reached in 10 minutes on foot, and Norwich City Football Club and Norwich Cathedral are both a 12-minute walk away.
Sprowston Manor Hotel & Country Club is housed within a stately 16th-century English manor and just a 15 minute drive from Norwich City Centre. The hotel has an onsite bar and restaurant, a modern leisure club plus a 18-hole championship golf course.
Hethersett Lodge is a family home and B&B situated in Norwich, 3.1 miles from UEA, offering free private parking on site. All rooms feature an en-suite bath/shower room, except the Single Room with Private External Bathroom, which has an adjacent private bathroom for the sole use of this room only.. Memory foam mattresses are standard in every room, along with a flat-screen Freeview TV (some rooms have a satellite TV). Some rooms also boast a lounge area. Toiletries, ironing facilities and hairdryers are available upon request. An included varied and plentiful, mainly organic, continental breakfast is served around a large farm house style kitchen table, typically this includes, tea/coffee, toast, croissant, cereals, muesli, granola, pastries, various fruit, preserves, cheeses, juices, yogurts, etc. Hethersett Lodge is 3.1 miles from Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, 5.6 miles from Norwich city centre and Norwich City Football Stadium and 6.8 miles from Norwich International Airport.
Enjoy the recreation opportunities such as an outdoor tennis court or make use of other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access.. Free self parking is available onsite..#Instructions: Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed. Minimum age: 18. Check in from: 4:00 PM. Check in to: 10:00 PM. . Check out: 10:30 AM.
A family-friendly Norwich hotel overlooking Carrow Road Stadium.Holiday Inn® Norwich City hotel is adjacent to Norwich City Football Club's home ground, a 10-minute drive from the city centre.It's a 10-minute walk to Norwich Railway Station and Norwich International Airport (NWI) is a 15-minute drive. You can catch buses to the city centre from the stop a short walk from the hotel. Visit the towering, 900-year-old Norwich Cathedral, with its famed medieval roof boss sculptures. Overlooking the city, Norwich Castle hosts art exhibitions, and you can take a tour down to its dungeon. The nearby Norwich Theatre Royal has a lively programme of musicals and drama. For a family day out, take a leisurely drive to the unique waterways and picturesque countryside of the Norfolk Broads. If you’re on business, Norwich City Football Club's Conference Centre is steps away, and the hotel’s fully-equipped meeting room seats up to 15 attendees.At this hotel you can enjoy: Free WiFi, a small Fitness Centre and kids can stay and eat free.Start the day with a full English breakfast in the light-filled restaurant, and if you're in town for the football, be sure to book for the pre-match meal . Many of our comfortable rooms overlook Norwich Football Club’s pitch, and a selection of pillows ensures you a restful night’s sleep.
This lovely hotel is in Norwich. Moorsticks Bed and Breakfast guarantees a quiet stay as it counts with just 4 accomodation units. Travellers can make good use of the wireless internet connection available at the public areas of the accomodation. Unfortunately, the front desk is not open 24 hours. Additional fees may apply for some services.
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Hotels in Norwich
Norwich is an historic city and the county town of Norfolk, in eastern England. The city's rich heritage is reflected in its many beautiful old churches and two cathedrals.
Recently, due to its status as a university town, Norwich's cultural scene has flourished, and it is a wonderful place for a holiday.
Two Cathedrals and Fifty Two Churches
Whether or not you are particularly interested in the history of the city, it is hard not to be impressed by Norwich's architectural splendour. The city is famous for having 52 churches, one for every week of the year, and if you're feeling up to it, try and tick them all off the list before you leave.
One church that you really must visit is Norwich Cathedral. The 900-year old Norman building is the focal point of the city and once served as the centre of Christianity in the East of England. Make sure you catch a glimpse of ‘Old As I Am', a grinning stone skeleton on the cathedral's southern wall.
Also worth a look is the Roman Catholic Cathedral, which is about a ten-minute walk from the Church of England one. If you don't have time to see all 52 smaller churches, of particular note are St John Maddermarket and St Peter Mancroft, two fine examples of medieval architecture.
After you've seen all that Norwich's rich history has to offer, bring yourself back into the present by delving into its dynamic cultural scene. The Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery has some excellent exhibits chronicling the history of the city, as well as an ever-changing collection of British art.
In the 1960s, Norwich became a university city with the foundation of the University of East Anglia (UEA). The campus itself is a great example of British post-war Brutalist architecture. The jewel in its crown is the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, an incredible glass building housing changing exhibitions of rare art, ceramics and textiles.
For the shopaholics among you, Norwich has some fantastic retail outlets and markets. There are the big department stores John Lewis and Debenhams, in the centre of town, as well as the locally owned Jarrolds, which is a fabulous place to pick up a holiday souvenir.
The city is also home to Europe's largest permanent outdoor market, in the aptly named Market Place. The market has everything from bric-a-brac to locally sourced fruit and veg, and is open all week except Sunday.
Food and drink
After a long day of culture and shopping, you'll no doubt be hungry. Luckily, Norwich is blessed with many excellent restaurants serving all kinds of different cuisine. There are many Thai restaurants in the city but the pick of the bunch is Sugar Hut, where the green curry is to die for.
For more spice, head to Oasis, a quality Indian restaurant on Queens Road. The restaurant is housed within a converted church and so makes a memorable setting for a delicious meal.
Real ale enthusiasts will be in heaven in Norwich as the city has a strong brewing heritage. Of the many good beer pubs, the Fat Cat is the best, with over 25 different ales on tap and a brilliant atmosphere.
With so much to see and do in the city, Norwich hotels offer the perfect base for an action-packed holiday.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Norwich
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Norwich?The best hotels to stay in Norwich are Innkeeper's Lodge Norwich, Cringleford Guest House and Best Western Annesley House Hotel.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Norwich?The lowest price for a double room in Norwich is £58.
What are the best hotels in Norwich near the center?Hotel Belmonte, The Maids Head Hotel and The Assembly House are located in the central neighborhood of Norwich.
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