Half Term Accommodation
Still want to get away for half-term? There are plenty of options for a great city break in Norwich and Norfolk for February half term.
In Norwich city centre The Assembly House boutique B&B has rooms available from £170 per night including a sumptuous breakfast whilst Gothic House - a quaint B&B (with Molton Brown toiletries) has availability starting at £105 per night with breakfast.
If you want a great city hotel, The Maids Head (historic hotel which features in CJ Sansom’s new book Tombland) has rooms from £105 per night with gorgeous refurbished suites between £160 - £212 and the contemporary 4-star Holiday Inn Norwich City has rooms from £89.00 per night.
Other options include Best Western Annesley House Hotel and Holiday Inn Express (10mins drive from city centre). Norfolk Cottages have apartments in Norwich and cottages throughout the county as do Kett Country Cottages. King Line Cottages - in the Broads - offer accessible accommodation.
Outside of Norwich
Norfolk is a very easy county to get around and there are lots of choices for staying just outside the city centre to get the best of both worlds – Norfolk countryside and a thriving medieval city. Take a look at Park Farm – a hotel which also offers Scandi style lodges (great for families), The Norfolk Mead Hotel (pictured above) and Barnham Broom Hotel Golf & Spa.
New for 2019 – stay on a working farm with Fielding Cottage Norfolk Holidays who have lovely self-catering cottages and one apartment where you can buy their award-winning goat’s cheese and goat’s milk skincare products from the self-service ‘Goat Shed’ shop on the farm.