Attractive and historic, Norwich is a prosperous town with a growing science and technology sector.
Charming, historic and affluent, Norwich is rich in more than just cathedrals and half-timbered buildings. Colman’s mustard is manufactured here and exported around the world. Meanwhile, the fast-growing Norwich Research Park—located south-west of the city—is a world leader in food research, along with dozens of other science- and technology-related disciplines.
These industries combine with a prominent retail, dining and entertainment scene to make Norwich an important business and leisure destination in England. Norwich serviced apartments serve business travellers and tourists, alike, offering plenty of space and a high degree of luxury to the city’s visitors. Whether you’re staying for one night or several weeks, SITU can connect you with luxurious serviced apartments at surprisingly competitive price points. Get in touch with us today, and we can help you find the perfect property in an ideal location to suit your agenda.
There are many reasons that visitors prefer serviced apartments in Norwich over more traditional hotel offerings. To begin with, these apartments are much more liveable than hotels. Many feature separate living areas, kitchens and bathrooms—and all offer weekly housecleaning. By choosing one of the apartments listed on this page, you’ll enjoy the flexibility of a private flat with hotel-calibre service. Just click on a property that interests you to learn more.
Thorpe Station is the main railway station used for most journeys. It is a 10 minute walk from the city centre, with plenty of bus connections to the University and the 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.
Norwich has a new bus station located on Surrey Street, which is a major hub for local and long-distance bus and coach services.
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.
Norwich International Airport has over 300 worldwide connections, sometimes via Manchester, Edinburgh or Amsterdam.
London Stansted is only 65 miles away, giving additional destinations within easy reach.