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Cathedral Apartments, Norwich, Norfolk

Cathedral Apartments
9 Unthank Road
Norwich
Norfolk

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Norwich achieves an enviable balance as an enchanting cathedral city and a thriving modern metropolis. The city boasts some of the finest medieval architecture in Britain with its cathedral, castle and intricate network of winding streets. By contrast the city’s newest centre piece, The Forum, represents contemporary architecture at its best.There is a vibrant mix of theatres, ‘The Theatre Royal’ is a five minute walk away with regular performances from the London stage, cinemas, arts festivals, exhibitions, museums, numerous pubs, stylish café bars and a vast array of restaurants. The shopping is excellent, Norwich boasts 2 shopping malls, the Castle Mall and our latest addition ‘Chaplefield’. The Apartments are situated in a beautiful Georgian house, at the top of Unthank Road, and are a 5 minute walk from the heart of Norwich City centre.

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