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Beeches Hotel
2 - 6 Earlham Road
Norwich
Norfolk

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A few minutes’ walk from the centre of Norwich, the hotel and gardens are well situated for exploring the fine city, with the comfort of country house accommodation.

A warm welcome awaits you at reception. From the moment you check-in to the time you check-out you will be looked after by a team of caring, professional staff. Their job is to ensure your complete satisfaction during your stay. The hotel consists of a total of 43 rooms contained in 3 separate, characterful Victorian houses, with a modern extension to the main Beeches building. The Beeches is only a 5-10 minute walk from the city centre, and is one of the closest hotels to the new Chapelfield Shopping Centre.
Just a 3 minute walk away are the MJB hotel group's selection of restaurants and shops including Café 91, a continental style patisserie-cafe; the renowned Adlard’s; Café 91 Takeaway; plus our very own tanning shop and nail bar.

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Nearest Train Station: Norwich
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
ETC 3 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 36
Number Ensuite: 36
Nearest Airport: Norwich
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Cuisine: Contemporary British and International
Awards: AA Rosette

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