Stylish hotel situated in the heart of Norfolk
Converted from three townhouses, the Georgian House Hotel Norwich is centrally located in the Norfolk capital, offering effortless connections with the city sites and the surround regions.
The propertys Unthank Road address puts it in the shadow of the citys cathedral, as well as within walking distance of the city centre attractions. For road users its also close to the major roads, which also offer convenient access to the picturesque Norfolk coast.
The 3-star propertys 30 guestrooms have all undergone extensive refurbishment in the past few years, adding stylish dcor and a tasteful environment. All rooms include en-suite bathroom facilities as well as typical hotel amenities, including flat-screen television and free wireless internet access. The Georgian House offers a range of room styles to suit almost any budget.
The hotel restaurant, Rare, is a popular eatery for guests and locals alike. Offering a menu that heaves with rich and succulent beef, this is a meat-eaters paradise. There are a few vegetarian options, but these are quite limited. Those hoping for a drink before eating can visit the Mirror Bar, which offers a wide range of cocktails and other alcoholic beverages. The bar also makes for a relaxing location for those looking to unwind.
At the heart of Norfolk, the Georgian House Hotel Norwich also offers a suitable location for business guests to meet and work. Readily connected to much of East Anglia, the hotel offers a range of conference and function rooms which can be adjusted to the needs of the client. The Library Lounge and Conservatory, which is a calm setting for leisure guests, can also be booked for private meetings. The rooms make a nice change from the boring four walls of standard meeting venues.
The Library Lounge and Conservatory can also be booked for private dining. This is ideal for those business meetings that run over, or even for those looking for a reception room for an intimate wedding.
The city of Norwich is very much like any mid-sized city, featuring ample shopping, entertainment, and historic value.
Shoppers can visit traditional high street stores as well as Castle Mall and the new Chapelfield shopping centre. Those looking for entertainment will find ten-pin bowling, ice skating, cinema, theatre, and even a dinosaur park. Sports fanatics can visit Carrow Road, home to Norwich City football club, one of East Anglias finest teams. Derby days against Ipswich Town are always enjoyable.
Featured throughout the city streets are medieval buildings and walls, an old castle which now serves as a museum, and a number of architectural oddities. A local saying goes: Norwich has a church for every week of the year, and a pub for every day. As such, visitors can expect to find plenty of churches and pubs.
Outside of the city lies some of Norfolks finest landscapes. Guests at the Georgian House Hotel Norwich should take time out of their schedule to visit the sandy beaches of the coast (at Cromer, Great Yarmouth, or Lowestoft) or venture out on the Norfolk Broads, a vast navigable water network of rivers and lakes.