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Catton Old Hall
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Old Catton

Norwich
Norfolk

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LAST CHECK IN 10:00PM - LATER ARRIVALS NEED TO BE PRE ARRANGED. Hidden in suburbia this charming, romantic, period house is full of quirky character Beautiful en suite rooms, some with spa bath or four poster beds. TV, tea/coffee facilities, Honesty Bar, free WiFi. Delicious breakfasts sourced locally where possible. Breakfast available between 8-9 weekdays and 9-10 weekends and Bank Holidays - other times by pre-arrangement.Old Catton is 2 miles NE Norwich City centre, convenient for Norwich International Airport, rail, bus, Norfolk Broads and the coast. Regular bus service to city centre. Garden. Free parking. The owners look forward to welcoming you. Please note during high season ( Easter - Sept) Weekend bookings must be two nights only or more. (No single Saturday night bookings available.)

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Ratings/Awards: ETB 5 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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Children Welcome - Over 12 years
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
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