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All reviews maids head hotel elm hill historic area cobbled areas princes street cathedral grounds pubs and restaurants edith cavell interesting shops prince of wales take your time norwich cathedral step back in time ghost walk well worth a visit history plague
A wonderful part of the city with some fantastic historical buildings and restaurants, explore some of the alleyways or enjoy a meal in one of the many excellent restaurants. A good place to start the evening in the fine city..
Tombland has to be part of your historic tour of Norwich. A small area outside the cathedral with many old house frontages, and a short walk from here to other historic areas. Several restaurants and the Maids Head Hotel are here.
this popular writer evokes such a feeling of being there, we just had to jump in the car and drive the four hours down the road from Yorkshire to Norwich to take a look, after realising that Tombland was not an imaginary gothic graveyard but...More
Best approached up a little hill through an acncient gateway after you've toured the cathedral. Anyone with a smidging of historical knowledge and interest in architecture will be fascinated with this area. get yourself a good guide book and explore the area properly. Plenty of...More
And then it's the normal mayhem heading down to the 'witching hour' by the riverside. There are some extremely decent restaurants,Zizi's for one, and a tapas and a suchi, but the later it gets, the rowdier it gets. So book your taxis before the rush...More
Tombland is a moments walk away from the city centre attractions, but it is more than worth it. No matter what time you visit there are places that offer great food and drink as well as friendly staff.
This was our first visit to Norwich, and I loved the history. Not only does the city have a Cathedral and a castle, it also boasts a delightful old section of beautifully preserved houses, old pubs and quaint cobbled streets. Hats off to the city...More