More than just a good night's sleep

Norwich

The Town House
18-22 Yarmouth RoadNorwichNR7 0EF
Tel: 0845 11 26 063

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Whether you're planning to explore historic Norwich or soak up the scenery of the Norfolk Broads, you'd be hard pushed to find a hotel as perfectly placed as this.

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Facilities

  • Family Room
  • Iron and Board
  • Onsite Parking
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Breakfast

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • From the M11, exit at Junction 9 and take the A11 to Norwich for 63 miles until the roundabout for the A47 (signposted Great Yarmouth)
  • Take the A47 for 19 miles until the exit for the A1042 (signposted Norwich)
  • Branch left on to the A1042 and continue to the mini roundabout with the A1242 (signposted Norwich)
  • Continue on the A1242 (Yarmouth Rd) for approximately 1.5 miles
  • The lodge is on the left at The Town House Crown Carvery

By Rail

  • Norwich Station is approximately 1 mile away
  • Norwich International Airport is about 8 miles away

Norwich Station: 1.4 miles

Norwich International Airport: 5.3 miles

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Whether you're planning to explore historic Norwich or soak up the scenery of the Norfolk Broads, you'd be hard pushed to find a hotel as perfectly placed as this.

Nestled in a lovely spot on the banks of the River Yare, opposite Whitlingham Country Park, the lodge houses 14 warm and welcoming rooms as well as a Crown Carvery. So you can enjoy the tranquility of the area with your choice of roast, freshly steamed vegetables, roast potatoes and Yorkshire puds.

Norwich has some of the best medieval architecture in Britain with a Norman motte and bailey castle and a fine cathedral dating back to 1096. It's also home to the Norfolk Broads, the largest protected wetlands in the country. They're a mecca for sailors, motor-boaters, canoeists and fishing enthusiasts - although walkers, bird watchers and cyclists will find plenty to do without having to get wet. Norwich Aviation Museum is just up the road, too.