Accommodation in Catton, Norfolk
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Catton Old Hall Norwich
A Hotel in Catton, Norfolk
Lodge Lane, Old Catton
Accommodation Description:From: £70.00
LAST CHECK IN 10:00PM - LATER ARRIVALS NEED TO BE PRE ARRANGEDHidden 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, teacoffee facilities, WiFi. Honesty bar.
Delicious breakfasts sourced locally where possible. Dinners by pre arrangement only. Snacks can be pre ordered for late arrivals.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.
Roger, Anthea and staff 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.).
Accommodation Rating: 5*G (about ratings)
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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Norwich Cathedral - 2.4 miles (Cathedral)
Hungate Medieval Art - 2.5 miles (Museum)
Norwich, St Laurence Church - 2.5 miles (Historic Church)
Norwich, St John Maddermarket Church - 2.5 miles (Historic Church)
Norwich Castle - 2.6 miles (Castle)
Norwich Catholic Cathedral - 2.7 miles (Cathedral)
Venta Icenorum - 5.8 miles (Roman Site)
Hoveton Hall Gardens - 6.7 miles (Garden)
Hellington, St John the Baptist - 7.7 miles (Historic Church)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Norwich - 2.7 miles away
Salhouse - 4.9 miles away
Wroxham - 5 miles away
Coltishall - 5.3 miles away
Caistor St Edmunds - 5.5 miles away
Brundall - 6.4 miles away
Ranworth - 7.6 miles away
Neatishead - 8.2 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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