Hall Park Bed & Breakfast
On arrival at Hall Park you will receive a welcoming cup of tea or coffee with a slice of homemade cake to help you relax after your journey.
Your comfort is paramount and to that end Hall Park's rooms are furnished with handmade pocket sprung beds and all the linen is 100% Egyptian cotton. Each room is equipped with the latest flat screen TV with freeview and built in DVD player. Tea and coffee making facilities with homemade biscuits are provided in the rooms.
Breakfasts are taken in our guests breakfast/sitting room. This room is exclusively for the use of guests and we supply copies of local magazines and maps for guests use.
We pride ourselves on offering fruit juice, yoghurts, cereals, nuts and seeds at breakfast, followed by a traditional cooked breakfast. Those who wish may have a lighter option, perhaps poached or scrambled free range eggs with smoked salmon on toast.
We use nothing but the best ingredients, our bacon and sausages are supplied by local award winning butchers who breed their own pigs.
Hall Park is located less than a mile from National Cycle Route 1 and cyclists are welcome. We offer secure storage for your cycles over night. Walkers are also welcome, with Wherrymans Way less than a mile from Hall Park.
Norwich city centre is 4 miles away and the city has a plethora of shops, small intimate boutiques as well as the national chains, including John Lewis and House of Fraser. The city has a magnificent cathedral set in a beautiful close and should not be missed. The castle museum is well worth a visit. The Norfolk and Suffolk coast are both about 30 minutes drive from Hall Park and advice and guidance can be offered willingly to guests.
- 2 x Double rooms £75 for the first night and £72 for subsequent nights.
- Twin bedded room £70 for the first night and £68 for subsequent nights.
Single occupancy from first night £45 and £40 for any subsequent nights.
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This page was last updated: 30 December 2012