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Georgian House Hotel
32-34 Unthank Road
Norwich
Norfolk

NR2 2RB | View map

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A jewel in the heart of Norwich city centre, the Georgian House Hotel is a contemporary, stylish hotel set in an elegant Georgian building. The hotel retains many original features whilst incorporating a unique modern style and sophistication. Having recently undergone a major modernization and refurbishment, the hotel now offers first class, boutique style accommodation, a fabulous new restaurant, sumptuous cocktail bar and impressive public areas and grounds. Staying with us should be a treat from the moment you arrive until the moment you leave. We hope our previous experience in the hotel business ensures you have a warm welcome, great comfort and delicious food.

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Nearest Train Station: Norwich
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 28
Number Ensuite: 28
Nearest Airport: Norwich

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