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

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    Spring Short Breaks

    Spring seems to have arrived early so make the most of the longer days and warmer weather in the comfortable and relaxing atmosphere of Norwich's only AA 'Red Star' & 2 Rosette hotel. Your break includes complimentary tea by our log fire on arrival, 3 course 2AA Rosette dinner each evening, accommodation in one of our stylish guest rooms plus a delicious freshly cooked English Breakfast. (Mon - Sat inclusive, min. two night stay, based on two people sharing)

     

    What's On
    1 Feb - 27 April: Roman Empire - Power & People Exhibition, Norwich Castle l 8 March - 22 April: John McLean Stained Glass Exhibition, Norwich Cathedral I 2 - 12 April: 'CATS' - Norwich Theatre Royal I 3 - 18 May: Broads Outdoors Festival 9 - 24 May: Norfolk and Norwich Festival I 16 - 18 May: Sheringham and Cromer Lobster Festival I 31 May & 1 June: Three Rivers Race I 16 - 19 July: Shakespeare Festival - Norwich Cathedral

    Our Accolades

    REVIEWS

    "What a wonderful find...the welcome and service were perfect...the evening meals were exquisite"

    "The care Chris and his staff take to make you feel welcome far surpasses the anonymous chain hotels."

    “Hospitality Perfection..... extraordinarily high quality food accompanied by a good wine list”

    “The ideal place to relax!”