Maids Head Hotel

Norwich (City Centre), Norfolk

from £210 per room per night
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Available to 22 Dec 2022

Your Stay Includes:

Enjoy an overnight stay in one of our contemporary Classic double bedrooms and take advantage of our perfect location in the Cathedral Quarter, right in the heart of Norwich. After checking in at leisure, explore our great City before returning to the Hotel to prepare for your fine dining experience in our award winning WinePress Restaurant. Head Chef, Adam Daughtrey and his brigade will present their festive a la carte menu, packed with seasonal flavours for your delight.

After a leisurely full English breakfast you can either decide to stay for an additional night or leave your car in our car park and maybe take in some Christmas shopping, or more historic sights of Norwich, or just take a leisurely stroll along the River before heading home.

All for an inclusive price of £210.00 per night, staying in a Classic Double Room. £40.00 per person allowance towards a la carte dinner. Supplement of £30 for Saturday night. Enquire about prices to stay in one of our stunning Suites.
Available from 22nd November to 22nd December and 27th to 30th December only.

Terms & Conditions

1) Bookings can be cancelled up until 72 hours prior to 2pm on the day of arrival. 2) Full pre-payment is to be taken 72 hours prior to arrival which is non-refundable and non-transferable. Pre-payment will be taken on the card provided at the time of booking. 3) All prices are per room, per night based on 2 people sharing a Classic double room. 4) Subject to promotional availability. 5) £30 supplement applies to Saturday night

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