Hotels in Norwich, England
Back in the 11th century, Norwich was the second largest city in England after London, and one of the most important cities in England. Today, Norwich is a popular city to live and work in as well as a popular Norfolk tourist destination. There are plenty of old buildings and historic sites throughout the city which is one of the aspects that keeps visitors coming back for more! This, along with the reasonably priced hotels in Norwich UK, are a sure fire way of maintaining a thriving tourism industry. Popular accommodation in Norwich, England includes the Norwich Inn and Spa, Dunston Hall De Vere Norwich, the Maids Head Hotel Norwich and Oaklands Hotel Norwich.
Things to do in Norwich
The East Ruston Old Vicarage Garden is a fairly young garden and still in its expansion and development stage. That being said, gardens are always being worked on and either maintained or extended in some form or another. It is a lovely place to visit all the same and many visitors come here to stroll around and enjoy some relaxing time off.
The Plantation Garden, on the other hand, was laid out towards the end of the 19th century and is a whole 3 acres of beauty. Other lovely gardens and parks include Hoveton Hall Gardens, Eaton Park and Earlham Park.
If you want to get a really great look at the city and you enjoy relaxing walks, then a Riverside walk is just what you need! Enjoy the calming effect of the water while you take in some fantastic local sights.
Other local fun includes outdoor adventure at BeWILDerwood and attending shows at any one of the fabulous theatres. The Norwich Playhouse, Norwich Theatre Royal and the Maddermarket Theatre are all top venues for fine performances.
Museums and landmarks in Norwich
Norwich city is overflowing with opportunities for cultural and educational enlightenment. The Bridewell Museum is one of the most popular of all. Here you can learn all about the history of the city and the people’s way of life.
Other top museums include the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Strangers’ Hall Museum, the Norfolk Tank Museum and the City of Norwich Aviation Museum. Let’s not forget other important landmarks such as the Castle Acre Priory and Norwich Castle.
Popular sites of both religious and historical importance include the Norwich Cathedral, the Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist and St Peter Mancroft.
Finding cheap hotels in Norwich, bed and breakfast or hotels in Norwich city centre is even easier now thanks to online searches. You can compare all the different Norwich hotel rates, rooms, facilities and customer reviews in a matter of minutes. Plus, before deciding where to stay in Norwich, make sure that you look for the best rates, special offers and hotel deals for online bookings.