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Hotels in Norwich

238

Hotels Prices From

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Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Mar - May

High season avg price

£89

Low season avg price

£83
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Dec - Feb
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£105
HIGHEST
£51£159
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4ºC
COLDEST
-5ºC29ºC
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20in
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Mar - May
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£99
LOWEST
£51£159
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9ºC
-5ºC29ºC
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17in
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13 in25 in
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
£105
£51£159
Avg. temperature
16ºC
WARMEST
-5ºC29ºC
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22in
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Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
£104
£51£159
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11ºC
-5ºC29ºC
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21in
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  • Norwich Cathedral
    “Norfolk’s favourite building”Founded in 1096 and built using Normandy stone shipped from Caen, Norwich Cathedral is set in the 44 acre Cathedral Close, a peaceful city centre sanctuary.The Cathedral itself is one of the finest complete Romanesque buildings in Europe, with the highest Norman tower and largest monastic cloisters in England. Inside, the Cathedral tells almost 1000 years of history, with our enthusiastic volunteers on hand to talk you through the incredible stories of its past.There is more to see at Norwich Cathedral than you think. Our award-winning 21st century Refectory restaurant is open seven days a week, as is the Hostry which features a rolling programme of exhibitions, many of them featuring local artists.You can also experience the tranquillity of our expansive Library, Herb Garden or Japanese Garden, as well as guided tours of the building throughout the week.Afterwards, feel free to explore the lanes of the Cathedral Close, a quaint village just minutes from the bustling city centre, and stop for a picnic on one of our many well kept greens. Norwich Cathedral is a living centre for worship, learning and hospitality, extending a warm welcome to all our visitors from Norfolk and beyond.Part of the Norwich 12 - An initiative of Norwich Heritage, Economic & Regeneration Trust.
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  • Felbrigg Hall
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  • East Ruston Old Vicarage Garden
    The garden is open from 3rd March to 31st October on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays from 12pm to 5.30pm. The gardens at East Ruston Old Vicarage are one of the most exciting surprises in the county, who would expect to find a verdant, sheltered garden in the prairie landscape that is north east Norfolk? Enter the garden and you are worlds away from the local landscape for here there are many gardens within the whole including a new Walled Garden, Rose Garden, Woodland Garden, Mediterranean Garden and a stunning Desert inspired by the landscape of Arizona. These areas are connected by magical avenues and areas of informal planting with some places allowed to be wildlife friendly which includes a stunning Corn Field that contains the corn field weeds of yesteryear and has been known to move visitors to tears.
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  • The Broads National Park
    Discover dramatic landscapes, raw natural beauty and a rare quality of light. Where big, bright skies meet endless horizons and dreamlike landscapes. A place where time stands still. Real peace, open space – it’s a place unlike anywhere else... The Broads National Park.
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  • The Plantation Garden
    A beautifully restored Victorian garden of 3 acres which is run by volunteers for the benefit of the community. All your entrance fees go the the upkeep of the garden, new plants etc. On Sundays in summer teas are served to musical entertainment. PLEASE NOTE: TOILETS are only open when there are volunteers on duty...on Sundays in the summer and for special events. Please see our website for details of events and opening times. Refreshments and toilets are available at St. John's Cathedral Narthex next door. We regret we have NO PARKING, but there is a pay and display carpark next door.
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  • Elm Hill
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  • Norwich Castle
    Built as a Norman Royal Palace and once a prison, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery is packed with treasures, including fabulous fine art, archaeology, and natural history. During 2021 and 2022 construction work will be underway on the exciting Norwich Castle: Royal Palace Reborn project to transform the Castle’s Norman Keep. During these works some areas of the Castle are not accessible and this includes the main Castle Keep.
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  • Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell
    The Museum of Norwich is the place to find out about the history of the city and its people, located in the heart of the charming Norwich Lanes quarter. This fine ancient building is home to ten galleries, jam-packed with intriguing objects such as a giant Jacquard loom, 1960s Speedway bike and hundreds of exquisite shoes. Settle down in the 1950s living room, catch a short film in the recreated cinema or step back in time in the nostalgic chemist shop. Grab a take out from the coffee shop opposite and enjoy it in our pretty courtyard, a quiet space away from the bustle of the city centre. The museum is fully accessible and family friendly.
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  • City of Norwich Aviation Museum
    The museum started out as an aviation enthusiasts group for members of the Eastern Counties Omnibus Company way back in 1977. The membership was later opened up to non employees and a temporary site was secured on the 17/35 runway at Norwich Airport. In early 1982, museum exhibits included Avro Anson (TX228), Westland Whirlwind (XP355), Sea Vixen (XP919) and a Dassault Mystere IV (121). 1983 saw the arrival of our Vulcan bomber which flew in to the airport after its retirement from service. By 1985 the museum had moved to its present site and an air fair held to help raise funds to expand the museum. At this time the Anson had gone (having been damaged beyond economical repair during gales) but Vampire (XD373) had arrived. 1986 saw another air fair on 14th September that saw attendance figures break the 20,000 barrier and another arrival, T-33 (16718). Over the next few years, services were laid, the main exhibition hall erected and the arrival of more aircraft.
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  • Norwich Theatre Royal
    Central Norwich premier theatre presenting musicals, drama, dance, opera, comedy and concerts. Professional shows are brought to Norwich direct from London's West End or as part of their national and international tours. Our bars and restaurant offer a wide selection of hot and cold food, snacks and drinks. Open from 9.30am Monday to Saturday, visitors are welcome to call in for coffee and cake or a bite to eat at lunchtime. Pre-show meals are available from 5pm in both the restaurant and the Adnams Circle Bar. Norwich Theatre Royal is fully accessible and family friendly.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Norwich hotels

Revado Hotel, Maids Head Hotel, and Travelodge Norwich Central are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Norwich Cathedral. See the full list: Hotels near Norwich Cathedral.

Popular hotels close to Norwich Castle include Maids Head Hotel, Premier Inn Norwich City Centre (Duke Street) hotel, and Travelodge Norwich Central Riverside. See the full list: Hotels near Norwich Castle.

Popular hotels close to Norwich Airport include The Norfolk Mead Hotel, Stower Grange, and Best Western Annesley House Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Norwich Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Felbrigg Hall are Cromer Country Club, Virginia Court Hotel, and The Red Lion. See the full list: Hotels near Felbrigg Hall.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Norwich are Stower Grange, The George Hotel, and Travelodge Norwich Central. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Norwich.

Popular cheap hotels in Norwich include Best Western Annesley House Hotel, The George Hotel, and Norwich East (Broadlands/A47) hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Norwich.

Barnham Broom Resort, Park Farm Hotel, and St Giles House Hotel have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Norwich. See the full list: Spa Hotels in Norwich.

Stower Grange, Best Western Annesley House Hotel, and The George Hotel all received great reviews from families travelling in Norwich. See the full list: Family Hotels Norwich.

Stower Grange, Park Farm Hotel, and The Old Rectory Hotel received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Norwich. See the full list: Romantic Hotels in Norwich.

Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Norwich include Barnham Broom Resort, Park Farm Hotel, and The Old Rectory Hotel. See the full list: Hotels with a Pool in Norwich.