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The Beeches Apartments (St Giles)
Upper St Giles Street
Norwich
Norfolk

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St Giles Apartments are situated in the heart of old Norwich on Upper St Giles, a street is full of character and charm with wonderful boutique shops and food outlets. The apartments are set in three distinguished buildings dating back to the 1850s and all have been tastefully restored and still boasting original character features with wooden stairways, ceiling beams and fireplaces. St Giles Apartments are run by a professional and friendly reception team located at the Beeches Lodge on Unthank Road. The Lodge is a 10 minute walk or 3 minute drive away from the apartments. You will be required to check in and check out from the Lodge where you can collect the keys. There is limited parking at the back of the apartments and on street parking also has restrictions between the hours of 8am - 6:30pm Monday to Saturday. If parking is a problem we advise our guests to use the car park at The Beeches Hotel on Earlham Road just a 3 minute walk from the apartments.

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