Norwich offers visitors the ultimate historic city break, featuring an abundance of stunning sightseeing as well as plenty of green open spaces to enjoy. Equally famous for its stunning marble architecture as it is for its high quality local produce, Norwich is an ideal destination for business and pleasure, all year round.
Visitors to Norwich have no shortage of attractions and landmarks to enjoy, whether strolling down the cobbled streets, admiring Tudor facades, or simply spending an evening in one of the multitude of traditional pubs. The town’s residents are fiercely proud of Norwich’s unique atmosphere and history—and with good reason.
Norwich also boasts a dynamic and diverse business community which has lead to the town being earmarked for faster-than-average economic growth at the beginning of 2018. As such, it is an important destination for business travellers.
Norwich has a great selection of places to stay around its urban centre, with all manner of properties available throughout the year. The city is increasingly popular with both tourists and business visitors, consequently there are now some fantastic opportunities for serviced apartments.
Thesqua.re present some of the best serviced apartments in Norwich, specifically selected for their high standard of decor, convenience of location and availability for an extended stay. Each features contemporary furnishing, luxurious bathrooms and fully-equipped kitchen facilities.
Our staff can also advise on the best areas of the town to stay in, and where to head to if you want to enjoy everything the city has to offer. Whether you are visiting the town on business or pleasure, the Squa.re can make sure you enjoy a comfortable stay.
Norwich is a town that offers a broad spectrum of activities, from the historical to the modern. Norwich Castle, for example, is an ancient Norman site hosting collections of archaeology, fine art, natural history and teapots, whilst Felbrigg Hall Mansion - dating from 15th century - offers visitors the chance to enjoy its lavish interiors, set and vast estate. For something a little more modern, the Forum is a community building which hosts exhibitions for contemporary talent, or for evenings Theatre Royal Norwich, housed in a beautiful art deco building, has a varied programme of events all year round. In the summer months, those who enjoy the outdoors can take a stroll along the Marriott's Way—a long-distance footpath, through local woods and green areas.
Norwich is also a superb location for shopping, with three malls in the city centre—intu Chapefiel, Castle Mall and Anglia Square—as well as the hugely popular Norwich Lanes.
Norwich is a transport hub for both the north and the south, making it an ideal base for those who need to commute across the UK on a regular basis. For getting around the city, First Bus offer a comprehensive timetable with routes across the central area and its surrounding suburbs. The city also has its own smart travel card—the holdall, offered free of charge by Norfolk County Council and making it easy and cost effective to use public transport.
The main railway station offers services to Liverpool, London, Great Yarmouth and Cambridge, as well as connecting services to the rest of the country. For those looking to drive into Norwich, the city has three Park & Ride facilities, offering those with their own vehicles an easy way of parking without the hassle of driving into the city centre.
Alternatively the city centre is also reasonable pedestrianised, so its a good place to explore on foot or by bicycle.