Accomodation in Norwich
|| As one of the country’s
major historical sights, Norwich attracts tourists from
far and wide. So it’s no surprise that the city
has a wealth of places to stay, from luxury hotels and friendly B&Bs to budget hostels and self-catering apartments.
Those wanting to splash out during their stay should head
to one of the city’s posh
hotels including the popular Marriott Sprowston
Manor Hotel [map],
which is set in 170 acres of beautiful parkland. Boasting
a golf course, health spa, swimming pool, restaurant,
café and bar, this is a place of ultimate luxury.
Alternatively there’s the Ramada Jarvis Norwich
[map] on the outskirts if the city centre, which has a swimming
pool, steam room and gym, among other facilities.
If you’re looking for a rural retreat where you
can relax and unwind you could book your room at the Best Western Annesley House Hotel [map],
which dates back to 1834. This hotel offers a wonderful
restaurant, magnificent gardens, well equipped bedrooms
and, for added luxury, spa baths in the Superior Rooms.
Sporty types may prefer the Barnham Broom Hotel &
Golf Club [map],
which is set in 250 acres of countryside just ten miles
from Norwich. This place has two 18-hole courses; tennis
and squash courts; a state-of-the-art gym; heated indoor
swimming pool; sauna; and steam room.
For those visiting Norwich on a tight budget there is
the city’s Youth Hostel Association hostel [map],
which has a mix of dormitories and family rooms, a TV
room, showers, drying room, and a fully equipped kitchen.
If you fancy sleeping under the stars why not opt for
cheap and cheerful campsite accommodation? The nearest
one to the city centre is Lakenham Camping Site [map] situated a mile away.
Norwich also has a good choice of B&Bs and guesthouses, which
offer home from home comforts and a great fry-up in the
There is a large cluster of Victorian townhouses on Earlham
Road, including the Earlham Guest House [map],
which offers clean and comfortable accommodation including
some en suite rooms. Alternatively, those wanting great
views from their boarding house could try 3 Princes
a great little B&B overlooking the medieval St Andrew’s
Finally, if you want the freedom to come and go as you
please during your stay in the city, why not go for self-catering
accommodation. There are a number of holiday apartments
available on short-term lease in the heart of the bustling
city, including the Unthank Apartments [map],
six modern serviced flats set within a converted Victorian
If you want a quiet and quaint place to stay then opt
for a country cottage in the heart of the glorious Norfolk
Broads. Among those on offer is Cobblestones [map] in Aylsham, a single storey barn conversion with a garden
and barbecue area.
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