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Norwich

From £92 per night
0.1 miles

Samson & Hercules Serviced Apartments are situated in the urban city of Norwich, specifically in the attractive and historical area of Tombland. Guests can choose from a one bedroom or 1.5 bedroom apartment (featuring a double bed in the master bedroom and a single bed in the second bedroom). The apartments feature fully integrated kitchens and spacious open-plan living areas, only selected apartments feature dishwashers and balconies to enjoy the fresh air with views of the landscaped gardens.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Norwich

From £99 per night
0.1 miles

This delightful, bright and airy serviced apartment is situated on Pigg Lane, in the heart of Norwich, offer guests peaceful corporate accommodation for any length of stay. Guests can stay connected 24/7 with free WiFi internet access throughout the apartment. The double bedrooms offer a large comfortable bed for a peaceful night’s sleep and plenty of storage for belongings. Whilst the open-plan living/dining area allows guests a place to enjoy a home-cooked meal and relax in the evenings.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Norwich

From £101 per night
0.2 miles

Located in a central location of Norwich, just a six minute walk from the beautiful Norwich Cathedral, guests can enjoy these delightful two bedroom apartments situated alongside the river. The apartments are full of character, placed in an old converted building featuring high ceilings, wooden flooring and large sash windows. Unlike a hotel room, guests can relax in the living space or enjoy home-made meals in the dining area, making the Quay Side Serviced Apartments a great place to stay and relax with friends or family.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Norwich

From £60 per night
0.2 miles

These attractive and sophisticated apartments offer contemporary living for the perceptive corporate traveller. A welcome food pack is provided on arrival, saving guests from finding a supermarket immediately on check-in. Guests will have little time to spend on chores with a complimentary laundry service provided and weekly housekeeping. A pick-up service is available from the local train station and car parking is accessible on request.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Norwich

From £100 per night
0.2 miles

The Greyfriars Serviced Apartments comprise of attractive two bedroom apartments in the heart of Norwich. Guests will be a short walk from a selection of shops, restaurants and bars nearby, plus attractions such as Norwich Castle and Norwich Cathedral. Inside the apartments, guests will find two large bedrooms, both featuring double beds, the master bedroom features an en-suite shower room and there is also an additional family bathroom.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Norwich

£Call for quote
0.2 miles

Located in the heart of Norwich, Three Tuns Court Serviced Apartments provide guests with quick and easy access to shops, restaurants, and other amenities. Just an eight minute walk away, guests can reach Norwich train station, allowing guests to commute easily. Consisting of a one, two and three bedroom apartments, these serviced apartments are perfect for both corporate and leisure guests. The modern furniture and colourful, soft furnishings, create a homely and cosy environment for guests.

Min. Stay 14 nights

Norwich

From £85 per night
0.4 miles

The one bedroom Kings Serviced Apartments have a unique feel and deliver characterful accommodation close to the centre of Norwich. Smart and modern, yet making the most of being located in an attractive historical building, they have some great site facilities, including a communal terrace, storage for bicycles and on-site parking. Not far from a lovely riverside area of eateries and an Odeon IMAX cinema, the apartments also sit just a six-minute walk from the train station.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Norwich

From £100 per night
0.4 miles

King Street Serviced Apartment is well-situated in Norwich and is within easy walking distance of Norwich train station. The apartment is located in the historic Dragon Hall of Norwich on the popular King Street. This one bedroom apartment benefits from a comfortable double bed and plenty of storage space in the wardrobes. Guests will have a range of facilities to utilise, such as a dishwasher, washing machine, and entertainment services such as Wi-Fi internet and TV with a full Sky package.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Norwich

£Call for quote
0.5 miles

Behind a grand period façade with a portico-style entrance, the Upper St Giles Serviced Apartments offer comfortable one and two bedroom accommodation in the pleasant surroundings of Norwich. The building sits opposite a small commercial row on the outskirts of the city centre, within a short walk of all the main shops and attractions. Upper St Giles Apartments are fully self-catering with laundry facilities in the apartments and parking on-site. For those on a longer stay, housekeeping is available weekly.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Norwich

From £99 per night
0.7 miles

Convenient for the Riverside Retail Park and Norwich City Football Club, as well as being within easy reach of Norwich city centre, the Bridge Serviced Apartments deliver elegant and relaxing two bedroom, two bathroom accommodation for business travellers. These apartments come fully equipped with cooking facilities and in-apartment laundry, while entertainment is taken care of through a Smart TV that couples nicely with the Superfast Wi-Fi. Secure underground parking is another excellent feature.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Norwich

£Call for quote
0.9 miles

On a pleasant row of suburban terraces in the west of Norwich, Gladstone Serviced Apartment provides two bedroom accommodation in recently renovated surroundings. The property has a cute kitchen, plus washing and ironing facilities. A TV and DVD player in the lounge help provide entertainment, along with free use of the property Wi-Fi. Off-street parking is available, although the city centre is within walking distance. Gladstone Apartment is also convenient for the hospital and John Innes Park.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Norwich

From £180 per night
0.9 miles

On a new build-style estate in the northwest of Norwich, Wensum Townhouse serviced accommodation has four bedrooms and can accommodate up to seven guests. The property is next to the River Wensum and the lounge has a balcony overlooking the river. There is a well-equipped kitchen, while the lounge includes a large Smart TV, which comes with a full Sky TV package. The property also has parking for two cars, although a bus to the city centre can be caught just around the corner on Drayton Road.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Norwich

From £99 per night
1.1 miles

Horatio House serviced accommodation is a lovely example of two bedroom accommodation in the northwest of Norwich, convenient for the hospital, with a supermarket nearby and with regular buses running into the centre of the city. The open plan living area has a corner sofa, a dining table with chairs and a Smart TV. Up to five guests can sleep with the use of a sofa bed and, as well as the convenience of weekly housekeeping, guests will also get a welcome food pack upon arrival.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Norwich

From £180 per night
2.7 miles

Avocet House serviced accommodation is located on the outskirts of Norwich, just a 12 minute drive or a 20 minute bus journey, from the city centre. In addition, guests are conveniently provided with two free car parking spaces. This spacious and contemporary accommodation consists of three relaxing bedrooms and three bathrooms. Ensuring that guests are provided with a home-from-home environment, there is a Sky TV, an outside seating area, superfast Wi-Fi, and a weekly housekeeping service.

Min. Stay 21 nights

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About Norwich

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Attractive and historic, Norwich is a prosperous town with a growing science and technology sector. It is the promising business climate though which complements SITU's Norwich serviced apartments so perfectly.


About Norwich

The historic city of Norwich and its approximate 140,000 population is based in the county of Norfolk in East Anglia. From the city centre, it is no further than a forty-minute drive from the eastern coast. Whereas, the major hubs of businesses and corporates, such as Peterborough, Cambridge and Colchester, are around an hour and a half away. By car, the city is accessible from all angles via the A11, A47 and A140 which all meet to connect to Norwich’s centre.

As well as the practicality of the excellent road links, the city is also easily accessible from the international airport. It is only five minutes away from the centre, whilst the train station is based just outside of Norwich City Football Club’s stadium, Carrow Road. The city is also located along the River Wensum, above its confluence with the River Yare flowing from the east. The River Yare flows through to Great Yarmouth on the eastern coastline before it reaches the North Sea. Making a trip to the seaside resort town of Great Yarmouth can be easy when staying at Norwich aparthotels.

HISTORY

Norwich has a rich history, considering its long-standing status as the capital of East Anglia. The Anglo-Saxons were the first to build settlements in the city. It was from these communities that the name ‘Northwic’ derived. From small beginnings, the settlements grew before Norwich became the largest walled town in Medieval England. Then followed the Norman Conquest in 1066, leading Norwich to become one of the UK’s most important boroughs with regard to trade and new industry. It was not until 1194 though that Norwich had ‘city’ status. With more power and influence though came heavier consequences to social and economic downfalls. The impacts of key historical events such as the Black Death, the Peasant’s Revolt and the World Wars were harsh and left the city requiring extra time and funds for a full recovery.

However, each time the city was able to bounce back. Its population grew by 160,000 between the late seventeenth and twentieth centuries, its local agriculture and infrastructure continued to develop, and the public transportation network and facilities continued to improve. Perhaps the greatest resurgence followed the Second World War. After being bombed over forty times, damaging 30,000 houses, 100 factories and targeted historic sites, the city re-emerged. Rebuilding started in the 1950s. This led to the creation of the central library in (1963) and the University of East Anglia, which continues today to be one of the country’s top universities.

If truth be told, it would take hours to explain the city’s entire history. However, the many historic sites which still stand today are able to individually tell stories of Norwich’s rich history. Being near any historic attractions is achievable when staying in Norwich city apartments.

BUSINESS CLIMATE

Businesses in the energy, food and agricultural sectors thrive most in the Norwich. In fact, the agricultural industry has always been closely associated with Norwich. The city belongs to one of the last regions in the UK to thrive from the agricultural sector, with it approximately contributing £2.2 billion to the regional economy.

Furthermore, for a city with a relatively small population, Norwich is considerably well served for grants. Schemes include the Grants4Growth, the Growing Business Fund and Small Grant Scheme and the Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative. They can all provide both start-up and existing businesses, with substantial funding and support for ventures in Norwich. It is this kind of support that has enabled the likes of Norwich Research Park, to earn enterprise zone status. All in all, the potential to successfully do business in Norwich is evidently high. The welcoming climate makes even just small corporate visits to the city appealing. Especially when staying in Norwich short term accommodation.

Recent surveys also suggest Norwich is one of the UK's most popular places to live, study, work and do business. Due to a vibrant, welcoming attitude as well as a healthy community spirit embedded within Norwich, the city has a lot to offer for new start-ups and those making general business trips. As mentioned before, the transport links in-and-out of Norwich are excellent. Business travel across the city is easy thanks to one-way road network system and the Park & Ride schemes in operation. What’s more, for extra convenience, there is a plentiful number of car parks across the city too. Maintaining a busy business schedule in Norfolk’s capital can be easy thanks to the ease of public transportation, combined with a stay in Norwich corporate accommodation.

ATTRACTIONS

Despite the clear approach from the community of Norwich to move forward and develop infrastructurally, the city does also still possess historic attractions worth visiting. Perhaps the most significant historic monument in the city is the magnificent Romanesque Cathedral. Guests can choose to book stays in Norwich corporate housing near this amazing structure. There is a chance to appreciate the daily choral evensong by the choir or some of the largest monastic cloisters in the country. It also has the second tallest spire in England, reaching over 315ft tall.

However, this holy structure is just one of the twelve Norwich heritage sites. The Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART) made an initiative to develop and maintain all twelve of these iconic buildings. Particularly popular amongst the locals is Norwich castle, built in the eleventh century throughout the Norman Conquest aftermath. Alternatively, visitors can admire The Guildhall, England’s most elaborate provincial Medieval city hall or the Surrey House, one of the most elegant Edwardian office buildings.

The local people and tourists also thoroughly enjoy the largest green space and home for wildlife in Norwich, Whitlingham Country Park. This park looks out onto the beautiful Whitlingham Great Park and the River Yare that runs through. The whole Country Park can make for a lovely day out. It encourages long walks, scenic picnics and even a guided boat tour along the River if you fancy. Surrounded by lush greenery and woodlands, it is almost hard to believe how close it is to the city.

Ultimately, to make the most of visits to all these attractions and historic sites within a potentially busy business trip schedule, it is worth staying in Norwich extended stay apartments.

Transport

Norwich International Airport (NWI)

Norwich International Airport is the busiest airport in the East Anglia region, with over three hundred worldwide connections. The airport is easily reachable by car, being only a fifteen-minute journey from the centre of Norwich via the A1402 and A140.

The airport also benefits from a practical Park & Ride bus system, offering cheaper parking rates than within the airport. Over five hundred buses travel between Thickthorn, the City Centre and the airport. For taxis, the Norwich Airport Taxi Association (NATA) is the only company to operate from just outside the terminal.
Alternatively, London Stansted Airport (STN) is only 65 miles away, providing additional destinations within easy reach.

Norwich Railway Station

Norwich Railway Station is the city’s main train station and the eastern terminus of the Great Eastern Main Line. It is only a ten-minute walk from the city centre, with plenty of bus connections to the University and the international airport.

The main route running south is to London, taking approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes via Ipswich and Colchester. The north/western route runs towards Cambridge and Peterborough. From Peterborough, there are connections up to Scotland and the East Coast.

By Bus

Norwich has a bus station located on Surrey Street, which is a major hub for local and long-distance bus and coach services in-and-out of the city.

There are National Express buses running to and from London, which is a cheaper but longer alternative to the rail services. There are regular coaches’ services to the major airports - London's Stansted, Heathrow and Gatwick.