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Where should we stay in Norwich?
The historic destination of Norwich is a great choice if you've been considering a holiday with the children. The parks, sporting events and libraries are just some of the things that make this an attractive family holiday destination. Arrange a flight into Norwich (NWI-Norwich Intl.), which is located 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from the city centre. When you're thinking about where to stay in Norwich, you might want to consider one of the 53 family-friendly hotels and other types of accommodation here.
Holidaying families have positive things to say about these types of accommodation:
Holiday Inn Norwich City: Offers a restaurant, laundry facilities and free cots. Guests like the clean rooms and central location at this 4-star hotel.
The William IV – Offers a restaurant, free parking and free WiFi. Guests like the breakfast options at this 3-star inn.
Holiday Inn Norwich – Features a children's pool, a restaurant and free parking. The overall comfort and central location make this 3-star hotel popular with guests.
When should we visit Norwich?
You're probably hoping for good weather for your family holiday. Use these tips to decide when to grab the children and head to Norwich.
- Hottest months: July, August, June and September, with an average temperature of 22°F
- Coldest months: December, February, January and March, with an average temperature of 3°F
- Driest months: May, April, March and June, with an average rainfall of 1 inches
- Rainiest months: October, November, September and August, with an average rainfall of 2.50 inches
What should we see and do in Norwich?
While you and your family are holidaying in Norwich, you may want to visit some family-friendly attractions such as Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell and Maddermarket Theatre. Make sure that you have lots of time for activities such as Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum and Second Air Division Memorial Library.Norwich is also known for the:
- Historical sites
Getting around Norwich
If you want to see more of the area, ride aboard a train from Norwich Station, Salhouse Station or Brundall Gardens Station. Norwich might not have as many public transport options to choose from so consider a car rental to maximise your time.