We stayed for bank holiday weekend in room 7. It overlooked the road and I was a bit worried about the noise, but it was fine. The room had a small double bed (definitely not Kingsize!) with flat screen tv and a fan because the room was quite warm. There was a kettle with big mugs and tea/coffee/biscuits. The bathroom had a nice shower. The hotel had obviously read the reports on trip advisor because we had a glade air freshener in the room which worked because we were over the kitchens. We could hear them moving furniture late at night and early in the morning. The car park at the side of the hotel was never full so we were able to get parked ok. At 6pm on a Friday evening the hotel restaurant was packed and the queue for the carvery too long for our liking so we decided to go for a walk. Left out of the hotel is a really nice Chinese restaurant called Canton. Right out of the hotel are some nice pubs too. It was a long way to Norwich. But the hotel is perfect for touring the Broads, it was half hour to Great Yarmouth, half hour to Cromer, 20 mins to Wroxham. No where is too far away. Breakfast was cereals/toast/fruit juice/yogs tea & coffee, perfect for us. For the price we paid over bank holiday weekend it was an absolute bargain. We had a lovely time and would stay again. Rooms 6, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16 and 18 face front and rooms 4, 8, 10, 11, 15, 17 and 19 face the river (I think). Rooms 17 and 19 looked quite large from the map on the back of the door (fire escape route).
- Also Known As:
- The Town House Hotel
- The Town House Hotel Norwich
- Innkeeper's Lodge Norwich Norfolk
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Whether you're planning to explore historic Norwich or soak up the scenery of the Norfolk Broads, you'd be hard pushed to find a hotel as perfectly placed as this.Nestled in a lovely spot on the banks of the River Yare, opposite Whittingham Country Park, the lodge houses 14 warm and welcoming rooms as well as a Crown Carvery. So you can enjoy the tranquility of the area with your choice of roast, freshly steamed vegetables, roast potatoes and Yorkshire puds.Norwich has some of the best medieval architecture in Britain with a Norman motte and bailey castle and a fine cathedral dating back to 1096. It's also home to the Norfolk Broads, the largest protected wetlands in the country. They're a mecca for sailors, motor-boaters, canoeists and fishing enthusiasts - although walkers, bird watchers and cyclists will find plenty to do without having to get wet. Norwich Aviation Museum is just up the road, too. ... more less
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