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Hill House Hotel
10 Church Street
Wymondham
Norfolk

NR18 0PH | View map

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Hill House Hotel Wymondham is situated in a very quiet location off the A11, just outside Norwich. Hill House is full of charm, character and warmth. Why stay in Norwich? Stay in Wymondham, 16 km/ 10 miles outside. A warm welcome awaits you at Hill House Wymondham. Our front of house staff are professional and they will ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.

Hill House consists of a total of 28 bedrooms. All rooms have been completely refurbished with new furniture and redecoration. All rooms are en suite with bath and shower cradle or just shower, remote control colour TV with teletext and are all Non - Smoking, all double rooms have a 5-foot King Size beds with full pocket sprung mattresses for a perfect sleep! Superior rooms are more spacious, some with separate sitting area, others with views of the Abbey or they have that ’something special’ about them that means that they are not just an ordinary double room! Direct dial telephone, radio alarm clock, hairdryer and hospitality beverage tray are standard to all rooms.

As well as bedrooms, we have a 60 seater carvery restaurant open 7days a week and a café 91 offering mouth watering cakes and a quiet coffee. All refurbished and opening March 2007.

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