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Hotels in Norwich

This information is correct as of September 2016

Norwich is a city steeped in history and culture: it was named England's first UNESCO city of literature in 2012. Its Norman castle and iconic cathedral sit at either end of the old town, with picturesque half-timbered houses and atmospheric alleyways connecting them.

Where to stay in Norwich

There are hotels in Norwich to suit every budget, whether you're looking for cheap rooms in Norwich city centre or country hotels in Norfolk. We've got hundreds of hotels to choose from: this is just a small sample of some of our most popular accommodation in and near Norwich.

Cheap hotels in Norwich

Our cheap hotels in Norwich are ideal for budget travellers. These are our five most popular accommodation options in the £40-80 price range.

Holiday Inn Norwich North

This 4 star hotel in Norwich is perfect for business travellers and leisure travellers looking for a no-frills stay. The hotel has its own restaurant, bar and fitness centre. On-site parking is complimentary: great for those who are driving or want to hire a car in Norwich.

Mercure Norwich Hotel

Another large hotel with free parking, the Mercure Norwich has a great range of leisure facilities including an indoor pool and a spa. Wi-Fi is free in public areas, and staff are multilingual.

Stracey Hotel

This cheap bed and breakfast is 15 minutes' walk from Norwich train station. The rooms are modern, with free Wi-Fi and tea-making facilities. This budget hotel has its own bar with an outdoor terrace, perfect for a relaxing drink after a day of sightseeing.

Best Western Brook Hotel

This one-storey hotel has its own restaurant serving British fare, including a carvery on Sundays. It's five miles from the city centre, but parking is complimentary. This hotel is an ideal base for exploring Norwich and the wider Norfolk area, especially if you If you hire a car at Norwich Airport.

Premier Inn Norwich Nelson City Centre

Located right beside Norwich train station with views across the river, this budget hotel is only seven minutes' walk from the city centre. It has a huge free car park and a restaurant. Under 15's eat and stay for free (with paying adults). Free Wi-Fi is available in every room.


Mid-range hotels in Norwich

These are a few of the best places to stay in Norwich for those with a slightly higher budget. Rooms in the following hotels tend to cost £80-120 per night.

The Maids Head Hotel

Dating back more than 800 years, this is the oldest hotel in the UK. The building has a blend of Jacobean, Georgian and Tudor features including the stunning oak-lined bar. Rooms are decorated in a traditional British style. Psst: Queen Elizabeth I is rumoured to have stayed in one of the suites!

The Eiders

A recently refurbished bed and breakfast near Norwich, the Eiders is set in beautiful woodland and overlooks a pond. This luxury B&B also has its own outdoor swimming pool for guests visiting during the summer.

Cringleford Guest House

Free Wi-Fi and parking are standard at this charming guesthouse near Norwich. There are lots of hiking and mountain biking trails nearby for active guests.

The William IV

Offering pub accommodation in Norwich, the William IV is in a historic red-brick building and has been a tavern for at least 150 years. An "all-you-can-eat" full English and continental breakfast  buffet is included in the room rate.

The Royal Hotel

Located in Mundesley, this hotel is in the perfect location for a Norfolk golfing holiday. As well as complimentary breakfasts and parking, the hotel also has a train station and airport shuttle: take note if you're planning to fly to Norwich.


Luxury hotels in Norwich

For a special treat, splash out on boutique hotels and five-star accommodation in Norwich. These rooms and holiday apartments start at £120 per night, although if you're lucky you might find a great deal.

The Norfolk Mead Hotel

This luxurious country house hotel near Norwich is located in the Norfolk broads. All rooms have modern features like iPod docks and flat-screen TVs, while some have period features such as fireplaces, free-standing baths and four-poster beds.

Max Serviced Apartments, Max @ Hardwick House Norwich

These  holiday apartments have free Wi-Fi, full-size fridges and 21-inch flatscreen TV's with digital channels. They're located a few minutes' walk from the centre of Norwich. Choose from studios as well as larger one bedroom and two bedroom apartments.


A boutique hotel in the countryside near Norwich, Brasted's is a luxurious take on pub accommodation. The award-winning restaurant is a must for dinner. The individually decorated rooms have quirky names like Squire's Retreat, The Playroom and Robin's Nest.

69G Luxury Apartment

Self catering accommodation near Norwich Cathedral. The 69G luxury apartment features complimentary underground parking, city views and free Wi-Fi. The apartment has two bedrooms and a courtyard with outdoor seating.

The Folly, Unthank Road, Norwich

This renovated coach house offers self-catering accommodation near Norwich. Features include a private patio, a 46 inch television, and a king-size bed.

Room prices do change depending on when you're planning to visit Norwich and how early you book. It's always a good idea to search for hotels in Norwich to find the best deals. Remember to use filters to find the best places to stay in Norwich: whether you're after a swimming pool, complimentary Wi-Fi, or inclusive breakfast.