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

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    Summer Short Breaks

    Warmer weather and longer days mean more time to take in the sights and culture of Norwich and Norfolk, shopping in one of the country's 'Top 10' shopping destinations or seeing the summer migrants at our many nature reserves. And at the end of the day, come home to the relaxing atmosphere of Norwich's only AA 'Red Star' & 2 Rosette hotel. Your break includes a pot of freshly brewed tea or coffee 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
    24 May - 14 September: The Wonder of Birds Exhibition, Norwich Castle l 1 April - 31 October: 1st World War Exhibition, Holkham Hall l 12th & 13th July: Antiques & Collectors Fare, Norfolk Showground l 16 - 19 July: Shakespeare Festival - Norwich Cathedral l 30 July: Sandringham Flower Show l 23 - 25 August: All About Gardening Show, Norfolk Showground l 1 Sep - 30 Nov: UEA Autumn Literary Festival l 22 Oct - 2 Nov: Hostry Festival, Norwich Cathedral's own Arts Festival l 15 - 16 Nov: Norfolk Festive Gift Show, Norfolk Showground l 21 - 23 Nov: Sandringham Christmas Fair l 5 - 6 Dec: Norwich Global Village Christmas Market, The Forum

    Our Accolades

    REVIEWS

    "Dinner was utterly delicious"

    "WOW! What a gem..."

    "The best hotel experience I've had in a very long time."

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

    the most welcoming place I have visited for years