This is an intimate self-contained comfortable ground floor one bedroom apartment with twin beds with an ensuite shower room and a separate lounge and kitchen. This apartment looks onto an enclosed patio area and is peaceful. This apartment is embedded within the main building away from the main street. Colgate is a relatively quiet location in the heart of Norwich and offers easy access to the local antique shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars as well as the famous local market.
Address: 17 Colgate, NR3 1BN Norwich, United Kingdom
Size: 30.0 m², 2 Rooms, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 Sofa bed
Prices: 85 GBP - 140 GBP / Night
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Properties are located within walking distance from the train station and the national coach station.
If you are coming in from Norwich airport this is a 20 minutes taxi ride.
You are within minutes' walk from at least nine restaurants, bars, and market place.
Depending on your choice of apartment you will be within walking distance from, Elm Hill which is the most famous street in Norwich. It is also the most complete medieval street in the city. A major fire destroyed almost everything in 1507 but the properties were rebuilt and now we can enjoy a beautiful cobbled street with merchant's houses, thatching, individual homes, specialty shops, and small cafes. Elm Hill is a photographer's dream; whatever the season it retains its character and beauty. In summer, wander around browsing shops such as The Bear Shop, a quaint little place specializing in bears and collectibles. In autumn, wonder at the rich colors of the falling leaves. In winter it is so Christmassy and charming, and in Spring, a new life starts to form making Elm Hill bright and vibrant. Explore craft shops, antiques, and galleries, visit tea shops, coffee houses, and delis. The history behind this street is intriguing, take your own tour of the area using an Elm Hill Norwich Trail map (buy them from the Norwich TIC or selected shops in the Cathedral Quarter). One of the most well-known buildings is The Britons Arms, the only survivor of the 1507 fire. The building is early Tudor, formally an inn and very much in demand as a film location. Since the 50's it has been a family-run coffee house and serves the most delicious homemade food – a trip to Elm Hill is not complete without a stop here!
You are located in the heart of the city, it is best to walk and discover what the city has to offer or take a bus tour.