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We are spoiled for choices with where to stay in Norwich and the surrounding area. From small B&Bs such as Wedgewood House, Beaufort Lodge and Blue Cedar Lodge, to something more familiar like Holiday Inn (of which there are two!), to Norwich classics like The Maid's Head Hotel and Annesley House, plus -  in the Broads – the Norfolk Mead Hotel.

If you're looking to live like a Georgian Norwich aristocrat for your holiday break, look into the amazingness that is The Assembly House - with 11 rooms in the heart of the city (some with private gardens and balconies). A perfect getaway with class: and a champagne afternoon tea if you want!

Not far from the city centre is 4* Sprowston Manor, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club - a 16th century manor house - ultimate luxury for a stress-free break. You can spend a day using the spa facilities and pool, or enjoying afternoon tea or playing a round or two of golf. Everything you could want in one place with easy links into Norwich. A larger hotel in a countryside setting with spas and fantastic award-winning golf is Barnham Broom.  And for something a bit smaller, 23 miles from Norwich, try 3* Broom Hall Country Hotel.

Check out 106 The Malt House; just a short stroll from the train station, close to all the main attractions. It's a self-catered apartment which means you're truly taking in the 'Norwichian' lifestyle and it has a large terrace for a glass or two of wine before dinner.

Gothic House is a two-bedroom boutique B&B which is great if you’re looking for a couples getaway with some friends and are wanting to treat yourselves a bit! And it’s close to Norwich Cathedral.

For something quaint and country-esque, Spixworth Hall is a must! Spixworth Hall Cottages is just on the edge of the city, making it close to the Broads (which is a must for any visit in this region), but is also situated in a farm where you can do all the walking, fishing and bird-watching you want! Be at one with Norfolk's wildlife while staying here. Partridge Farm is a traditional cottage situated in a quiet, rural location of Norfolk - great for some quality bonding time, while being easily accessible to all the local amenities in Norwich and Norfolk.

The Loddon Swan in the Broads is perfect for walkers. Situated close to 10 walks from Loddon including the Wherryman’s Way this Georgian market town is very pretty. The Swan offers 3 B&B rooms, a pub and a great restaurant.

Park Farm Hotel is a beautiful Georgian Country house, with pool and spa, close to the historic market town of Wymondham yet only a few miles out of Norwich. This is a great option if you’re taking a break with extended family with over 50 rooms and leisure facilities. Plus, their Chocolate Afternoon Tea is divine, so we recommend that too.

For those of you who still want a family vibe so you’re not so homesick, Potters Resort is just for you. The longest established family-run business (and the first five-star holiday village in the UK), Potters Resort knows exactly how to look after everyone in the family. With fun and interactive activities for the kids, to sport and leisure entertainment for the grownups, four delicious meal s a day and great evening entertainment! Plus, you’re right on the East Coast close to the beach – all the options are on your doorstep!

Whatever you choose, you won't be disappointed. Search more accommodation here.

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