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Located in the heart of Swaffham, this hotel is steps away from Church of St Peter and St Paul and Market Square. Swaffham Museum and The Green Britain Centre ...
£51 per night for 2 guestsBest Western George Hotel£51
Situated in Swaffham, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Church of St Peter and St Paul, Market Square and Swaffham Museum. The Green Britain Centre ...
£92 per night for 2 guestsLydney House - Guest house£92
Situated in the historical district, this inn is within 6 miles (10 km) of Oxburgh Hall, Gooderstone Water Gardens and St. Martin's Church. Swaffham Museum and ...
£74 per night for 2 guestsGreat Danes Country Inn£74
Situated in Thetford, this campsite is within 6 miles (10 km) of Watton Clock Tower, Wayland Wood and Swaffham Museum. Market Square and Church of St Peter and ...
£33 per night for 2 guestsBrick Kiln Farm - Campground£33
Situated in Thetford, this hotel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Watton Clock Tower and 2 mi (3.1 km) from Wayland Wood. St. Martin Cathedral and Melsop Farm Park are ...
£62 per night for 2 guestsBroom Hall Country Hotel£62
Norfolk is a diverse holiday destination that offers a rare medley of tranquil countryside and vibrant market towns. While keen ramblers can get their fix on the banks of the Broads or the pristine northern coastline, lovers of history and culture can walk the streets of Norwich. Without doubt one of the highlights of Norfolk's only city is the vast open-air market, at Market Square. Centrally located, Market Square is surrounded by great guesthouses and hotels.
Norwich's vibrant market was founded way back in the 11th century. At the time, this charming city was the second largest in the county, playing second fiddle only to the capital of London. This made it an important site for traders, which explains the foundation of this lively selling space, which has now been in use for some 900 years.
Today, Norwich Market is the largest outdoor market in the UK, with around 200 stalls open through the week. The majority of the stalls open for trade from Monday to Saturday, with a handful also opening on Sundays. Visitors can pick up just about anything, from jewellery to flowers. One of the most common sights, though, is local produce such as meat and cheese.
As the county's only city, Norwich is home to some of the best hotels in Norfolk. Visitors can take their pick from small and welcoming bed and breakfasts to large and opulent hotels.
The Wales Square Serviced Apartments give visitors the chance to cater for themselves. The apartments feature their very own kitchen and dining area. This is ideal for those on a budget, giving an affordable way to eat in the evenings. Of course, the nearby market is ideal for picking up tasty ingredients!
Travellers who prefer to have everything taken care of for them can book in to the Hotel Belmonte. The three-star hotel enjoys an excellent central location and offers breakfast for guests each morning.
Business guests typically head for the east of Norwich. The Holiday Inn at Carrow Road boasts some impressive facilities, including a 24-hour business centre, fitness suite and free WiFi.