20 May 2019 - 21 May 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Norwich is a relaxed and easy-going city just perfect for a long weekend break in England. The city is famous for its historical buildings, such as the castle and cathedral, and for its market – the largest open-air market in the UK. There are plenty of hotels to choose from, and we've put together a quick guide to the best places to stay in Norwich.
Norwich City Centre is home to many of the city’s main attractions including Norwich Castle, Norwich Market, and Norwich Cathedral. Most of the hotels in Norwich are located on the periphery of the old town, and vary from mid-range to luxury in price. It’s perfect for couples on a weekend break or older travellers who want to be within walking distance of Norwich’s key sights. This part of town is very easy to walk around or, alternatively, bus services run through this area.
A small hamlet and suburb of Norwich, Thorpe Hamlet is home to many great Norwich hotels. Most hotels fall into the mid-range pricing category, and offer good quality accommodation at a reasonable price. Thorpe Hamlet is a 20-minute walk from the bars and restaurants in Norwich or 11 minutes by rail to the Castle Meadow stop in the city centre. As it’s a little bit out from the town centre, Thorpe Hamlet would be most suitable for families, older travellers, and those that don’t need to be in the heart of Norwich at night.
Central Hotel – Just 15 minutes from Norwich City Centre and 5 minutes from Norwich Railway Station, this hotel offers a great location for an affordable price. All rooms have free Wi-Fi and Freeview television.
Best Western George Hotel – A 3-star hotel situated in a former Victorian townhouse. The Best Western is just a 10-minute walk from many of Norwich’s main attractions including Norwich Cathedral and The Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library.
The Maids Head Hotel – As one of the UK’s oldest hotels, The Maids Head is packed with history and character. Rooms feature exposed beams and unique furniture, a reminder of this hotel’s 800-year old history.
Premier Inn Norwich Nelson – The Premier Inn in Norwich Nelson offers reliable, clean accommodation, free Wi-Fi, and an on-site restaurant.
38 St Giles – A boutique bed and breakfast-style hotel with individually-decorated rooms and suites. Free Wi-Fi, a proximity to all of Norwich’s attractions, and an excellent breakfast menu make this a popular hotel for romantic breaks away.
The Assembly House – Housed in an 18th Century Georgian building, this boutique hotel offers high-quality accommodation in Central Norwich. Rooms are individually decorated with luxurious features such as four-poster beds and espresso machines.
i go to city college in norwich so i have time to look round norwich and it is a lovely place to live and shop because there is lots to do in norwich like visit the castle
One of the most peaceful city in the United Kingdom.
NORWICH city centre is easy to walk around and has a river at its heart. It has superb shopping, lively restaurants, bars and nightlife and a heritage that is a delight to explore. Its landmarks include the majestic Norman Cathedral, the domineering Castle and City Hall’s clock tower. Art lovers should make their way to the Sainsbury Centre. The city has the largest undercover market in Europe, Norwich Market as well as many museums and theatres, ancient pubs, cobbled streets such as Elm Hill, great historic buildings and half-timbered houses. The City of Norwich Aviation Museum (12 miles) is located outside the city centre with parking facilities.