38 St Giles

Father-and-daughter team Dennis and Holly Bacon run their upmarket modern B&B in a ‘convenient, central location’ within walking distance of the Theatre Royal and the hum and hustle of the central marketplace. More

Contact details

38 St Giles
38 St Giles Street
Norwich
Norfolk
NR2 1LL
England
01603 662944

Hotel information

Bedrooms

8. 1 on ground floor, plus 2-bed serviced apartment.

Open

all year except Christmas.

Facilities

breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), courtyard garden.

Background music

Radio 3 at breakfast.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] per room B&B £120–£245.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Father-and-daughter team Dennis and Holly Bacon run their upmarket modern B&B in a ‘convenient central location’ within walking distance of the Theatre Royal and the hum and hustle of the central marketplace. Beyond the ‘sweet, neat sitting room’, there are fresh flowers and high-end toiletries in the uncluttered bedrooms and suites. Tea and ‘really good home baking’ are offered as a sweet greeting. ‘Our first-floor suite had panelled walls and original stripped-and-stained wood floors; a lounge area with a chesterfield sofa bed. The bathroom, though small, was very good; the loo and extra washbasin were separate.’ (A two-bedroom apartment and Georgian town house nearby can also be booked for a family or travelling group.) In the morning, rustic bread and home-made jams and marmalade make breakfast special. The tables in the ‘elegant dining room’ are ‘beautifully laid’ with bone china; cooked to order, breakfast dishes include crème fraiche pancakes, maple syrup, berries; scrambled eggs with smoked salmon; a full English. In fine weather, a continental breakfast may be taken in the courtyard garden. Private parking nearby must be pre-booked (£15 per night).

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38 St Giles
38 St Giles Street
Norwich
Norfolk
NR2 1LL

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