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Stower Grange Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Norwich

Located in Norwich, 8 km from University of East Anglia, Stower Grange Hotel provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. The staff are very friendly and helpful.

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9.1
Superb
117 reviews
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£90
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The Assembly House

Hotel in Norwich City-Centre, Norwich

The Assembly House is located in Norwich and features a garden and free WiFi. This property is situated 0.2 miles from Norwich City Football Club and Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library. Location is convenient and room was pleasant. Staff friendly and accommodating.

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9.4
Superb
407 reviews
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£70
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The Maids Head Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Norwich City-Centre, Norwich

This independent and well-appointed AA 4 star hotel is located in the Cathedral Quarter in Norwich and offers complimentary parking to all guests. This hotel has exceeded our expectations, they have gone above and beyond. Including an extra bed when we hadn’t booked, a room for late check out when my husband was poorly, late check out on our room and nothing was too much trouble for them

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8.9
Fabulous
1,775 reviews
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£85.50
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Dunston Hall 4 stars

Hotel in Norwich

Situated in 150 acres of wooded parkland, the Dunston Hall hotel combines Elizabethan and Victorian styles. Great food... Great pool... Great location ..great times... Great memories

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8.3
Very good
2,034 reviews
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£58.50
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Sprowston Manor Hotel, Golf & Country Club 4 stars

Hotel in Norwich

This historic house in beautiful grounds 3.5 miles from central Norwich has a golf course and a spa with pool. Guests get free Wi-Fi in public areas. Everything. Room excellent. Food superb. Staff brilliant

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8
Very good
2,401 reviews
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£45
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Holiday Inn Express Norwich 3 stars

Hotel in Norwich

With a bar and lounge serving food and drink, the Holiday Inn Express Norwich is just less than 2 miles from Norwich International Airport. Breakfast was excellent. The room was a little chilly. We couldn't get the heating working but didn't spoil our stay there.

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8
Very good
1,028 reviews
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£59.46
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Holiday Inn Norwich City 4 stars

Hotel in Norwich

Adjacent to Norwich City Football Club, this comfortable, modern hotel is just a 10 minute drive from the city centre and train station, and 5 miles from Norwich International Airport. Convenience, great food and staff politeness

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8.7
Fabulous
1,198 reviews
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£63.75
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The Georgian Townhouse

Hotel in Norwich

Located in Norwich, The Georgian Townhouse offers stylish en-suite accommodation with free WiFi access throughout. The hotel boasts a large garden with a terrace, as well as a bar and a restaurant. We had a delicious sharing meze in the evening washed down with a gorgeous glass of white wine. Only wished we'd checked out the menu before going into town. Furnished beautifully with lovely retro touches. Also pleased to see refillable soap / shampoo / conditioner which were lovely. Fantastic breakfast.

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8.7
Fabulous
971 reviews
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£99
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Best Western Annesley House Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Norwich

Consisting of 3 Grade II listed Georgian buildings, the hotel is situated in a pretty tree lined conservation area only a short stroll from the city centre. This hotel is really amazing. It's almost next to the centre of Norwich, a 10 min walk at most. Our room was spacious, had comfy beds, a hot and clean shower, tea and coffee amenities in the room, and lots of space around the beds. Three large windows looking out, but can be closed to a good darkness, so no waking up with the sunshine. The staff is friendly and personal. We were greeted with a short friendly chat, which we greatly appreciated. The restaurant has two AA Rozettes, and even the breakfast was reflecting this seal of quality. The dinner menu has enough variation stay for a couple of days, and the wines are as good as the food. Wifi was stable and strong, and ample parking space in front of the hotel, off-road. An absolute recommendation for a short stay in Norwich.

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8.8
Fabulous
646 reviews
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£54
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George Hotel, Best Western Signature Collection 3 stars

Hotel in Norwich

The George Hotel is located 12 minutes walk from Norwich City centre, where guests can visit all the city's main attractions such as the Castle, Cathedral and Chapelfield shopping centre. Staff all really nice and room loveley

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8.8
Fabulous
777 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£67.50
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A Centre of Commerce Through The Ages

Once an important medieval trading centre, Norwich remains a popular shopping destination. The Chapelfield centre is the newest addition, whereas a historic shop sells the city’s most famous export: Colman’s Mustard. Castle Mall is underground, in a hill topped with a keep, part of the 12th-century castle founded by William the Conqueror.

Dating to the same era is the large cobbled square housing a 6-day market. It was said that Norwich had a church for every week, and while that is no longer true, over 30 medieval churches still exist. The cathedral was built using stone from Normandy and boasts England’s 2nd largest cloisters and 2nd tallest spire.

Colourful medieval façades line Elm Hill and the Guildhall is another fine example of the period. Half-timbered Dragon Hall was a trading hall, while St Andrew’s and Blackfriars Halls constitute England’s most intact friary. The 14th-century Cow Tower sits by the River Wensum upstream from Pulls Ferry, the train station and Norwich City FC.

Reportedly, Norwich once had a pub for every day, and today’s traditional inns and modern bars are certainly popular with the student population. Other entertainment options include the Theatre Royal and Playhouse.

Norwich accommodation on Booking.com includes historic hotels with pools, city centre guest houses and riverside apartments, all near to Norwich Airport.

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