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Cheap, Boutique, Swimming Pool, Pet Friendly, Family Rooms - whatever you need here's our guide to the best Norwich Hotels.
#1 Hotel in Norwich- From £69 to £129 - The Maids Head Hotel
Not too expensive and yet a stone's throw from Norwich Cathedral stands this traditional Tudor fronted hotel; the Maids Head Hotel. One of Norwich's premier hotels, the Maids Head has recently undergone a revamp with a great wine bar and brasserie now attached. The rooms are traditional with tea and coffee making facilities, satellite TV and Wi-Fi available. The Hotel occupies a popular location for weddings due to a central location at the heart of Norwich's Tombland. A great value 3* Hotel in Norwich. 7.8 Approval Rating.
#2 Hotel in Norwich - From £27 to £65 - Cathedral Apartments St Giles
Located on Upper St Giles in the Heart of Norwich, the Cathedral Apartments are perfectly located to enjoy this historic city by foot. Take advantage of your own luxury apartment in the city, 2 minutes from a Tesco express, and live like a real life Norfolker! Perfect for a weekend in the countryside/city. Explore the Broads and Norwich itself. Ideal for those seeking cheap Norwich hotels. 8.3 Approval Rating.
#3 Hotel in Norwich - From £99 to £130 - The Old Rectory
Ivy clad, country house style hotel which is the closest Norwich has to a 5* hotel (amazingly there are no 5* Hotels in Norwich). The Old Rectory is actually in Thorpe St Andrew, a posh suburb of Norwich. A hotel that prides itself on its service and restaurant, cosy public spaces and open fireplaces. If you're looking for some R&R in Norwich then this is the perfect hotel to choose. [See Photo to the Right] 9.5 Approval Rating.
#4 Hotel in Norwich - From £52 to £119 - Number 17 Colegate
Located on historic Colegate, you are only 2 minutes walk to the town centre and Norwich Cathedral & Playhouse. One of a handful of Boutique Hotels in Norwich, the rooms are individually styled in this very small, very bijou guest house. Satellite TV, coffee and tea making facilities are available as well as your very own garden. A great base at an affordable price with very attractive rooms. 8.6 Approval Rating.
#5 Hotel in Norwich - From £119 to £199 - St Giles House
In the perfect position in the heart of the city centre stands the St Giles House Hotel. A grand, traditional and historic hotel in the centre of Norwich close to local favourite, Jarrolds and the shopping district of Norwich. The Playhouse and theatre and Carrow Road are all within easy walking distance as are a number of great local pubs and restaurants including Roger Hickmans. The castle, cathedral and river are all within 5 minutes walk. The hotel offers 24 hour rooms service, concierge, wi-fi, beauty centre and satellite TV on site. 8.3 Approval Rating.
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Restaurant: The Iron House and Franks Bar for food and drinks and the Playhouse is the place to go for Theatre/Live Events and it also has a great bar.
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General Tips: Afternoon Tea at the Assembly House, the open top bus tour, the dungeons at Norwich Castle and the Riverside and Ghost walks are musts for visitors to Norwich.
General Tips: Fat Cat & White Lion pubs, Mustard Coffee bar, Assembly House & Roger Hickmans restaurant. Don't go on the bus tour you'll be bored.
General Tips: For hotels you've got to mention St Giles House. For restaurants, one of the best in the city is called "By Appointment".
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General Tips: The Book Hive is my favourite shop in Norwich and the Fat Cat pubs are excellent, brewing their own beer.
General Tips: My favourites are Wilde Beest Arms and Shiki for food. To visit, you have to go to the Castle and Sainsbury Centre on any trip to Norwich.
General Tips: Have a potter around Elm Hill in the medieval part of Norwich, lots of antique shops to browse and lovely little cafes for a spot of tea and cake.
General Tips: No where better to go for sushi in Norwich than Shiki. They have great deals on at lunchtimes and let's face it; who doesn't want their lunch in a wooden box?
General Tips: a walk around the 'secret' Plantation Garden on Earlham Road, a visit to the fascinating Strangers Hall museum then maybe a drink in the Unthank or a snack at the bohemian workshop.
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