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Holiday Inn Norwich

Ipswich Road




NR4 6EP 

United Kingdom 

Check In: 2PM

Check Out: 11AM

Check-in Age: 18

E-mail Hotel

44 3333 209343



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Location Highlights
City Name:
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
Distance from Hotel:
2.5 MI/ 4.02 KM
Closest Convention Center:
University Of East Anglia
Distance from Hotel:
5 MI/ 8.05 KM West
Convenience Store:
1 MI/ 1.61 KM South
9 MI/ 14.48 KM North
Outdoor Tennis:
5 MI/ 8.05 KM North


  • Chapelfield Shopping Centre
  • Norwich Castle & Museum
  • Castle Mall Shopping Centre
  • North Norfolk Coast
  • Sandringham (Queens Winter Residence)
  • Great Yarmouth
  • Holkham Hall / Beach
  • Cromer Beach
  • Dinosaur Park
  • Norwich City Football Club
  • Riverside Complex
  • Snetterton Race Circuit
  • BeWILDerwood
Must See

Must See

The Norwich Cathedral Quarter is a true blend of antiquities – scored by cobblestoned streets – and modernity. Admire the colourful paintings on display at Anteros Arts Foundation, or savour a cup of coffee or sponge cake at Britons Arms Coffee House and Restaurant. Shops in the Quarter sell everything from crafts and toys to deli goods and French tableware, all amid ancient charm.
Must Do

Must Do

If you want a good scare, you might find it taking one of the Norwich Ghost Walks, whose tours usually last about two hours. With a good bit of walking, you can learn about the folklore and ancient tragedies that still linger in the city. Haunted buildings, phantoms and ghosts are brought vividly to life by expert storytellers. Private tours are available year-round.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Norwich is the first UNESCO City of Literature in England – and so far, the only one, too. Keep an eye out for the many performances and literary displays that happen all year round. You can check out the Maddermarket Theatre, for example, for a quality concert or play, or head to The Forum, which houses the hopping Norwich Millennium Library. Take a look at the calendar of festivals, too.


If you've never been to Norwich before, the best sources of information are the locals themselves. Helpful volunteers called City Hosts walk around seeking to offer assistance to those who might need it. You can spot them by their distinctive blue "Here to Help" vests. Feel free to ask them anything, from directions to the nearest coffee shop to questions about upcoming events.