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Nice hotel close to Norwich Airport with great prices and a free shuttle. The staff here are wonderful !!!
Excellent location and staff was very friendly when we arrived, even saying sorry about the work going on in the bar downstairs
The staff were welcoming and friendly. The room was clean and comfortable.the bathroom was disappointing. It needed refurbishment and was dark. Toilet seat was badly fitted and would not stay up on its own. Cold tap ran warm no matter how long you waited. No rubber mat provided which was needed in ...
Staff very friendly and offered a personal service , assistant manageress is outstanding .
Waking up to sea views. Staff are fantastic. Food is good and reasonable priced. Free car park
Very friendly staff. They were able to help. No ask was too big for them. Kettle in my room was not workig..lam sure this could have been easily rectified had l reported it. I informed them when l checked out. Just being picky
Good room, but overall the building is a little 'tired'; decent breakfast; about 2 miles from the railway station (might be a bit awkward without a car).
Dry friendly staff facilities very good and comfortable and convenient to!
The staff were super friendly and helpful, our room was perfect for our short visit to Norwich and the bed was so comfortable!
Norfolk is a diverse county that offers something for everybody as a holiday destination. This eastern corner of the United Kingdom boasts spectacular beaches, idyllic countryside and welcoming country towns. To top it all off, visitors can enjoy a full range of fascinating attractions. The county's broad selection of hotels is similarly inclusive, promising something for all tastes and budgets. A wealth of three-star hotels in Norfolk do a particularly fine job of combining value and style.
Whatever brings you to Norfolk, no trip would be complete without dropping in on the county's most popular attractions - the Broads. This unique network of waterways may fit neatly into the natural environment, but they are actually a manmade phenomenon. Centuries ago, inhabitants of Norfolk dug these waterways to extract peat. They were then flooded with water to create a handy transport network for goods.
Today, the Norfolk Broads are used almost exclusively for leisure. The Wayford Bridge Hotel is a three-star property that offers an excellent waterfront location for an affordable price. Guests have access to free WiFi throughout, and there are even a few meeting rooms for business guests.
Norfolk may be incredibly appealing as a place for your holidays, but it's not all about having fun. This eastern county is also a thriving place of business. With its close proximity to London, Norfolk's three-star hotels are an ideal choice for companies looking for a great location to host industry events.
The Best Western Annesley House Hotel is a popular choice among business guests. The hotel boasts a convenient location close to the centre of Norwich, as well as a number of meeting rooms. The Holiday Inn Norwich offers more generous conference space, as part of its business centre. Guest can also enjoy some relaxing facilities, including a good-sized indoor swimming pool.
Visitors to Norfolk who are keen to combine affordable rates with excellent accommodation can consider self-catering to save a little money on meals. This flexible choice puts guests in the driving seat, choosing what to eat and when. Norfolk produces some excellent food, meaning keen cooks can easily knock up a meal of local ingredients on the cheap.
The MJB Chapel Street Apartments serve as a convenient base from which to explore this diverse county. Located in Thetford, all of the county's best-known tourist attractions are within easy reach. Apartments include their own kitchen, bathroom, and WiFi for a small extra fee.
The glorious coastline of Norfolk attracts visitors throughout the year. While the pristine Blue Flag award-winning beaches lure in families in the summer months, the picturesque coastline of the north is popular among walkers for the rest of the year.
The Victorian seaside town of Cromer is one of the best-loved holiday spots on the north coast. The three-star Sea Marge Hotel is a charming period property located in Overstrand, just a short distance down the coast from Cromer. Guests enjoy a phenomenal seafront location and easy access to some of Norfolk's best golf courses.