Caversham House Bed & Breakfast
'A 'home from home' where you can relax after a busy day at the office, or site seeing'- a quote from a satisfied guest. We have many excellent reviews on Trip Advisor.
A Guest sitting/ dining room has a Fridge, Microwave, Toaster and Kettle for guests' convenience. Our many business travellers have found this to be particularly useful.
All rooms are fully equipped with Tea and Coffee making facilities; TV with Freeview and Radio; hair dryer and shower.
Guests' Sitting Room also has a TV with DVD and Video player; board games and cards.
An excellent Continental Breakfast will be laid out for your selection in the morning including croissant, bread, cereal, jam/comfiture, fruit, yoghurt, coffee and tea. Cheese and cold meat can be available on request. This can be enjoyed in the dining/sitting room.
Caversham House is close enough to walk, taxi, or catch a bus, to the city centre for shopping or visiting our beautiful cathedral, castle or museums or the theatre.
There is a wide choice of shopping experience including Chapelfield & The Mall & the historic Elm Hill and lanes with interesting individual shops. The City is one of the top ten shopping cities in the U.K.
Norwich has a wide range of restaurants including some very good ethnic cuisines e.g Shiki, a Japanese restaurant on Tombland.
There are Italian, Indian, American, Chinese, Thai, French as well as traditional Pub restaurants, some with riverside views.
Caversham House has some good 'Takeaway' restaurants in the area including 'Indian', 'Chinese' and Kebabs. If you enjoy the pub culture we are spoiled with choice: The Whalebone has good Real Ale as does THe Duke of Wellington, The Shed also often has excellent 'Live' music. These 3 pubs are within easy walking distance of Caversham House. Food is served at The Woodman public house- also within easy walking distance.
We are within a reasonably short car drive of The Norfolk Broads and the coast with wonderful sandy beaches. From November to January it is common to see seals and their pups at Horsey and Blakeney Point during the mating season. East Anglia is 'home' to many wintering species of wildfowl (a bird watchers paradise) - e.g. Titchwell, Minsmere.
National Trust properties abound: Blickling Hall, Oxborough Hall, Fellbrigg Hall. Historic Norwich has two Cathedrals, one 12th century with the second highest spire in Britain and an early 20th century Roman Catholic cathedral. In addition there is one of the finest collections of medieval churches in Europe: at one time a church for every week and a pub for every day of the year.
The Theatre Royal; The Playhouse and 2 very good amateur theatres, Maddermarket and Sewell Barn provide entertainment.
We will make your stay in Norwich an enjoyable experience.
108, Constitution Hill,
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This page was last updated: 14 September 2011