What could be better after a day of Christmas shopping, than knowing that just a short walk or taxi ride away, there’s a comfy bed with your name on it.
Make the most of your visit here by stopping in Norwich for the weekend – it’s a city that is particularly special at Christmastime, and there’s too much to see (and do!) all in one day…
For somewhere to stay in the city centre:
Located in the middle of Norwich, The Assembly House is luxury accommodation at its finest, and a real mix of Georgian splendour and contemporary comfort. Fancy staying for free? Win a 2-night stay by entering our Festive Faces competition!
A wonderfully historic place to stay, right in the heart of medieval Tombland in the shadow of Norwich Cathedral. It is perfectly situated for exploring the city centre, and its fabulous restaurant is awarded 2 AA Rosettes.
Beautiful, cosy B&B on Norwich’s Magdalen Street. A great base for exploring the antiques shops and independents.
Consisting of three ‘Grade II’ listed Georgian buildings and two converted coach houses, this is a convenient and comfortable hotel within an easy walk of the city centre.
Right next to Carrow Road football stadium and a stone’s throw from Norwich train station, this is a perfect place to stay if you’re coming to us by rail. The bar is open late too!
Escape to the country
One of the best things about Norwich is that you can drive from the city centre into rural Norfolk in a matter of minutes – less than half an hour in places. If your travels here are as much about exploring the iconic countryside and coastline, as it is about picking up your Christmas shopping, then you are truly spoilt for choice for places to stay.
The charming Fritton Arms is a unique hotel and restaurant experience, nestled within the acres of the Somerleyton Estate.
Enjoy a lakeside walk followed by afternoon tea, before returning to spend the night in this elegant manor house that has grounds which extend right onto the river Bure.
A short drive out of the city into south Norfolk is Park Farm hotel, who have just opened a new range of Scandinavian-inspired lodges.
If you’re looking for a hotel with all the amenities – gold course, spa, gym – look no further.
Perhaps nothing is more quintessentially Norfolk than the tranquil Broads. Stay in one of Herbert Woods’ waterside cottages for a peaceful break over the Christmas period.
Hire your own piece of the Norfolk countryside, with places of all shapes and sizes, for large or small groups.
Find more places to stay at visitnorwich.co.uk
Enter our Christmas Festive Faces competition: you might win your face on Norwich Castle plus an exclusive city break for two!
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