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The Old Rectory
103 Yarmouth Road
Norwich
Norfolk

NR7 0HF | View map

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Welcome to The Old Rectory Hotel, the Grade II listed Georgian home of Chris, Sally & James Entwistle and their Birman cats Rolo and Milli, and Norwich's only AA Red Star hotel and Green Tourism Business Scheme 'Silver' Award winner.Enjoy the luxury, charm and character of this delightful Georgian Country House style property overlooking the river Yare valley on the eastern outskirts of Norwich. Standing in an acre of mature secluded gardens in a leafy conservation area, we offer you warm hospitality and award winning service in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. The main house dates back to 1754, whilst the adjacent Victorian Coach House was built just under a century later. Since coming to The Old Rectory in 1995, it has been tastefully and extensively refurbished creating, we hope, a warm and homely feel. A welcoming log fire awaits you after a days sightseeing or shopping in the winter months, whilst in the summer you can enjoy a leisurely drink or afternoon tea on the pool terrace, or perhaps even take a dip in our outdoor pool.The Old Rectory Hotel is conveniently located just a few minutes by bus, car or taxi from Norwich city centre and railway station and Norwich International Airport is about 5 miles away.

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