Situated just a ten minute walk from the city centre, the Station Hotel offers the perfect location from which to explore the historic and vibrant city of Norwich.
Originally three Victorian houses, the building was converted to a hotel in 1929 and has recently undergone extensive refurbishment throughout.
The hotel is now a family-run business offering accommodation over three floors, consisting of 12 double rooms, 4 single rooms and a large family room containing a double bed and a single bed. Two of our double rooms have the facility for an extra single bed.
A complete new look…
The summer of 2015 saw us refurbish the hotel from top to bottom including a complete redecoration throughout, new fixtures and fittings, curtains, beds, carpets and shower rooms – meaning we can offer great city centre rooms – and at rates that offer fantastic value for money.
Stylish rooms at great prices…
We have 12 double rooms, 4 singles and a family room. An extra single bed for some rooms available on request. Check in 2pm – 10pm. Check out is 10.30am.
All rooms have:
- Ensuite shower room & WC
- Flat screen televisions with Freeview
- Tea & coffee making facilities
- Blackout curtains
- Free wifi (except on the top floor)
ROOM ONLY Tariff (per night)
DOUBLE ROOMS: MON-THURS £63/FRI-SAT £68
SINGLE ROOMS: MON-THURS £53/FRI-SAT £58
FAMILY ROOM: MON-THURS £108/FRI-SAT £118
The perfect base for exploring the sights of medieval Norwich
If you want to explore our fine city, the norfolk broads and miles of beautiful countryside and coastline, we are in the perfect position.
Located opposite the River Wensum, the Yacht Station and Pull’s Ferry, we are just two minutes’ walk from Norwich Railway Station. Close by is Riverside entertainment complex (a lively area with restaurants, bars, clubs and a multi-screen cinema) and the city centre is just a ten minute walk from us.
Norwich city centre hosts an extensive shopping centre which includes two main malls with an eclectic mix of shops, bars and restaurants. Visit the famous Norwich Market, historic Guildhall and Town Hall and enjoy the contrast of the old and new architecture throughout the city.
Norwich Castle (completed in 1075), the Norman Cathedral (completed 1145) and Elm Hill are just a few examples of our historic landmarks. The famous Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts and the The Forum in Norwich are both award-winning buildings.