Hotels in Norwich
Published date: May 2019
The medieval and charming city of Norwich attracts visitors from around the globe, from an overnight stay, to those enjoying a weekend city break or a longer holiday. With so much to see and do, Norwich makes a great holiday destination, steeped in history with an abundance of ancient buildings, including a beautiful cathedral and a Norman castle, many visitor attractions, excellent shopping, restaurants and walks. Climb aboard Norwich’s open top sightseeing bus or explore the city on foot either on your own or book a guided tour.
There are many hotels in Norwich, catering for all different tastes and budgets, from those that are very centrally located, to others that are on the periphery of the city. If you are looking for a hotel in Norwich, here are some that you might like to consider……..
The Assembly House
This Georgian gem is conveniently located in the heart of the city and was designed by architect Thomas Ivory in 1754. A Grade I-listed building, this is probably one of the finest places to stay in the city with sparkling chandeliers, stunning gardens and luxury bedrooms packed with sumptuous fittings. Their beautiful restaurant is open daily, from breakfast, to lunch, afternoon tea to dinner, with menus by director and renowned Norfolk chef Richard Hughes.
The Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1RQ
Tel: 01603 626402
Maids Head Hotel
Dating back over 800 years and one of the oldest hotels in the UK, the Maids Head Hotel is ideally located in the centre of Norwich, with its own large car park. This independent AA 4-star silver hotel is full of character and charm and is a mix of traditional design with contemporary elegance. Renowned for providing excellent service, the Maids Head Hotel has the fine city of Norwich on its doorstep and is a stones’ throw for the beautiful Norwich Cathedral.
Maids Head Hotel – Tombland, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1LB
Tel: 01603 209955
The Georgian Townhouse
Perfectly located to explore the city of Norwich, The Georgian Townhouse has 22 boutique bedrooms and is a delightful place to stay. With Georgian interior design, a walled garden and a great restaurant serving locally sourced quality produce, it’s an ideal place to stay and discover what Norwich has to offer.
The Georgian Townhouse - 30-34 Unthank Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 2RB
Tel: 01603 615655
Best Western Annesley House Hotel Norwich
Just a stroll away from Norwich’s historic city centre, the Best Western Annesley House Hotel offers its guests a relaxing stay, with lovely rooms, competitive prices, friendly staff and a great restaurant. Located on a pretty tree -lined road, that is considered one of the most exclusive roads in Norwich, this hotel is the ideal place to explore the city and beyond.
Best Western Annesley House Hotel Norwich - 6 Newmarket Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 2LA
Tel: 01603 624553
Best Western George Hotel
Having recently undergone a full refurbishment, the Best Western George Hotel is the perfect place to stay and discover the delights the city of Norwich has to offer. Well equipped and tastefully decorated rooms along with an excellent restaurant make this hotel in Norwich an excellent choice for those looking for a very comfortable and reasonable place to stay.
Best Western George Hotel - 10 Arlington Lane, Newmarket Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 2DA
Tel: 01603 617841
38 St Giles
Not strictly a hotel, but 38 St Giles is too good to not include! Taking great pleasure in making people feel special, 38 St Giles promises to create a unique and personal experience that is sure to make your stay in Norwich even better. This beautiful building houses stunning rooms and suites that are immaculately and individually presented, with great attention to detail and their breakfasts take some beating.
38 St Giles, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1LL
Tel: 01603 662944
Norwich also has Premier Inn, Holiday Inn and Travelodge hotels close to the city centre – please visit their website for full details, location, availability and prices.