Our Rooms

The Old Rectory – deluxe, quality accommodation

All eight of our spacious, non-smoking, en-suite guest rooms are individually decorated and beautifully appointed offering style and quality to the discerning traveller. All guest rooms have:

  • Comfy beds with fine cotton bed linen
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • ‘SMART’ TV
  • Complimentary mineral water
  • Selection of reading books
  • Hospitality tray
  • Modern, fully tiled bathrooms
  • Warm bathrobes
  • Quality environment & skin friendly toiletries

Main House Guest Rooms

The main house is a Grade II listed former Rectory dating back to 1754 which we believe was in use by the Rector of Thorpe St. Andrew until 1811. The rooms are of Georgian proportions with high ceilings and sash windows, and all have garden and / or pool views.

Balcony Double

Balcony Double 1A light, airy south-facing 1st floor room with garden view and balcony. The large bathroom has a corner bath with shower over, heated towel rail with lovely big bath sheets, and natural daylight

 

 

Deluxe Double

Deluxe DoubleA spacious 2nd floor south-facing room with garden view. The large bathroom has a corner bath with separate large shower, heated towel rail with lovely big bath sheets and natural daylight

 

 

Classic Double

Classic DoubleBright, comfortable 1st or 2nd floor south-facing rooms with garden view. The 2nd floor room has a corner bath with shower over; the 1st  floor room has a large shower but no bath

 

 

 

Classic Twin

Classic TwinA light and airy 1st floor room with pool and garden view. The large bathroom has a bath and separate shower and natural daylight

 

 

Old Coach House Guest Rooms

The Old Coach House is a quiet, converted Victorian stable building which adjoins the main house via the Conservatory. It has its own separate entrance and whilst there is no direct internal access to the hotel, it’s just a few steps from the Conservatory to Reception, and in summer you can walk across the pool terrace to the Dining Room. The rooms are all on the first floor and have a cosy, homely feel.

Deluxe Double

Coach House DeluxeA sunny south-facing room with garden view. The large bathroom has a feature bath with large separate shower, heated towel rail with lovely big bath sheets and natural daylight

  • 5’ double bed
  • 2 armchairs
  • Cross /sloping beams
  • iPod/iPad dock & DAB radio
  • Large work desk/dressing table
  • 20 sq m (210 sq ft)
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Standard Double

Coach House DoubleA spacious, comfortable east-facing room ideal for families as it will accommodate a z-bed (suitable for a child up to 14 years) and / or travel cot. The internal bathroom has a bath with shower over and heated towel rail

  • Newly refurbished
  • 5′ double bed
  • Sloping ceiling
  • CD radio alarm
  • 2 armchairs
  • Quiet room with large work desk/dressing table
  • 16 sq m (175 sq ft)
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Small Double

Small Double 2Smaller it may be, but it has a fabulous view over the pool terrace and gardens and you can sit on the window sill and watch all the activity at our bird feeding station. Perfect for a short stay! The bathroom has a bath with shower over and natural daylight

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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

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