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The Old Rectory. 103 Yarmouth Road, Thorpe St. Andrew, Norwich NR7 0HF

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    Norfolk Short Breaks

    There's so much to do on our 'Norfolk Short Break'! Norwich is a UNESCO 'City of Literature' and history and culture abound with medieval churches, museums, and a Norman Cathedral and Castle. The eclectic mix of high street names with the independent retailers of the Norwich 'Lanes' (Great British High Street of the Year) provides a unique shopping experience. Norfolk's many nature reserves are awash with seasonal migrants and quaint Broadland villages and market towns have lots to offer.

    Your break includes a tempting three course 2AA Rosette dinner each evening, accommodation in one of our spacious, stylish guest rooms and a delicious freshly cooked breakfast to set you up for your days sightseeing, shopping or touring. 

    Avail. Tues - Sat incl, min. 2 night stay, based on two people sharing. Deposit req'd for stays of three nights or more. Book online, or call us on 01603 700772. 

     

    What's On
    25 Feb - 29 Apr (Wednesdays): UEA Spring Literary Festival l 18 Apr - 26 July: Francis Bacon and the Masters, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts 25 & 26 April: East Anglian Game & Country Fair, Norfolk Showground l 2 - 17 May: Broads Outdoors Festival I 8 - 24 May: Norfolk and Norwich Festival

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