Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
The Assembly House
0.2 miles away
A Georgian House of Assemblies, built over medieval footings, where Paganini played the violin and the Noverre family taught Norwich to polka, remains today a place for song and dance – an events venue with hotel, restaurant and cookery school.
You might fancy you are in a Parisian garret, in the mysterious east, on safari, or (mama mia!) in a Venetian palazzo, when you book into Hannah Springham and Andrew Jones’s hotel, with rooms themed on the Georgian Grand Tour and Victorian globe trotting.
A buzzy local landmark, this 17th-century inn facing the village common is just the place for lively quiz nights and Friday-evening cricket matches; for more peaceful diversion, there’s also afternoon tea and board games by the original inglenook fireplaces.