Norwich is a historic city in East Anglia with a lively city centre, brilliant museums and beautiful rivers and green spaces along the Norfolk Broads. Norwich is great for shopping too, with iconic kitsch shops along The Lanes and hundreds of high street brands at the Chapelfield Norwich Shopping Centre and the Castle Mall.
Hotels in Norwich
Norwich City Centre (Duke Street)
Norwich Nelson City Centre
Norwich West (Showground/A47)
Norwich East (Broadlands/A47)
More about Norwich
Weekend breaks in Norwich are perfect for exploring the scenic Norfolk Broads. Venture out of town to this famous network of waterways for some fishing, cycling, walking, bird watching, canoeing and boating.
Carrow Road has been the home of the Norwich City Football Club since 1935, the stadium has a capacity of over 27,000 and has doubled up as a major venue for gigs by artists like George Michael, Elton John and Status Quo.
Norwich Cathedral is a grand, 12th century Norman building in the centre of Norwich with a rich history. Norwich Cathedral is very popular with visitors to the city and sits at the heart of the Cathedral Quarter, which is also where you can find the busy Castle Mall shopping centre.
Set against the backdrop of Norwich’s ancient medieval architecture, the Lanes is the place to go for independent shops, bars and restaurants. For high street brands visit Chapelfield Norwich shopping centre, a converted cathedral with over 100 high street shops including House of Fraser’s flagship store. The Royal Arcade and Norwich Market are also great destinations for keen shoppers.
Ride in Queen Boudicca’s chariot, be amazed by the Twining Teapot Gallery and much more at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. Norwich Castle itself is set high on the Norwich skyline, where it’s stood since the late 12th century.
Our hotels are close to convenient travel links in Norwich, including Norwich Airport, which has flights to the rest of the UK, as well as Amsterdam and other destinations in Europe.