Hotels in Norwich

Travelodge Norwich Central Riverside
Norwich Central Riverside
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Travelodge Norwich Central
Norwich Central
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Travelodge Norwich Cringleford
Norwich Cringleford
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Travelodge Great Yarmouth Acle
Great Yarmouth Acle
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Travelodge Lowestoft
Lowestoft
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Travelodge Ipswich Stowmarket
Ipswich Stowmarket
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Travelodge Ipswich Beacon Hill
Ipswich Beacon Hill
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Travelodge Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds
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Travelodge Barton Mills
Barton Mills
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Travelodge Kings Lynn
Kings Lynn
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Hotels in Norwich

Norwich boasts some fantastic natural attractions, great architecture and a lively city centre, so it's the perfect place for a short stay. Or take a longer holiday and tour the local countryside. With great budget accommodation in town, booking a hotel in Norwich is a great way to make sure that you get the most from your stay in the region. You'll have easy access to the best sights in the local area, as well as the best of the city, right on your doorstep.

Cheap hotels in Norwich

Travelodge Norwich Central is situated beside the bus station and within easy reach of the city's train station, which makes it ideal for visitors who are on public transport. It's also a stone's throw from all the city's top attractions including its theatres, restaurants and sporting venues. Travelodge Norwich Cringleford, a short drive outside the city itself, is ideal if you want to be connected to the city but prefer a quieter base away from the hustle and bustle. It's also a great place to get out into the local Norfolk countryside.

Things to do near Norwich

You must visit spectacular Norwich Castle, built by the Normans over 900 years ago and sporting an excellent museum with Egyptian Gallery, dungeons and Anglo-Saxon and Viking Gallery. But it's also worth a visit to Norwich Cathedral for its imposing architecture.

If you're planning a stay in June, then perhaps head to the Royal Norfolk Show, a huge two-day agricultural show that's currently the largest in the country. As well as taking in the impressive farm machinery and livestock, there's also a chance to sample some of Norfolk's finest local produce. Addtionally, why not head to the Norfolk Broads, a wonderful network of waterways covering an area of 303 kilometres, flowing through unspoilt villages and pretty market towns.