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St Giles House
41-45 St Giles Street
Norwich
Norfolk

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This grade II listed building was designed by renowned local architect George Skipper. It‚s numerous original features are now beautifully complemented by contemporary design, offering a unique environment you‚ll struggle to find elsewhere in the surrounding area. In addition to the wonderful building, we are blessed by our surroundings with the North Norfolk Coast, Norfolk Broads and historical City of Norwich right on our doorstep. St. Giles House offers unique accommodation, restaurant dining, a stylish bar & lounge, a Parisian style terrace and an indulgent beauty area. Our hotel has 24 spacious and individual bedrooms while our restaurant focuses on dishes using the finest locally sourced ingredients served in a relaxing, enjoyable atmosphere. Having recently taken over at St. Giles House we pride ourselves on the quality and presentation of our food, the cleanliness and unique design of each of our 24 rooms, our attention to detail and the warm welcome we provide. We are intent on delivering a memorable experience to anyone who visits us, whether they be sleeping in our hotel, dining in our Rosette recognised Restaurant or relaxing in our Beauty area. We are passionate about the standards we provide, and delivering value for money.

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