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

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    Norfolk Short BreaksNorfolk Short Break is perfect for taking in the rich heritage and culture of Norwich, one of Norfolk's many gardens or woodland walks, spring and summer migrants at an RSPB or NWT reserve, or maybe even a little shopping - Norwich has some of the finest in the country! Your break includes complimentary tea and biscuits on arrival, a delicious 3 course seasonal 2 AA Rosette dinner each evening, accommodation in one of our stylish, spacious guest rooms & a freshly cooked English breakfast, served to your table. Free on-site parking and WiFi are also included. From £175 prpn dinner, bed & breakfast based on two people sharing. Available Tues - Sat inclusive, 29th March - 29th October. Min 2 night stay A deposit is required for stays of three nights or more. Book online, or call us on 01603 700772.  
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    7 - 22 May: 'Broads Outdoors' Festival 21 & 22 May: Cromer & Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival 13 - 29 May: Norfolk and Norwich Arts Festival 26 May - 5 June: Norwich 'City of Ale' Festival 19 June: Heydon Open Gardens 29 - 30 June: Royal Norfolk Show 15 & 16 July: Shakespeare Festival, Norwich Cathedral 30 & 31 July: Old Buckenham Airshow 6 - 14 August: Norfolk Open Churches Week 6 & 7 August: Sandringham Food Fair 8 - 11 September: Norwich Heritage Open Days Our Pinterest Board 'What's On' has events throughout the year - just click on the logo above to see what's coming up. For more 'What's On' follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Google+

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    "The food was absolutely 5 star" "Delicious breakfast....could not rate highly enough" "..staff are very friendly and nothing is too much trouble" “The beds are so comfortable I would happily stay there all day” "Cannot fault this hidden gem"