Premier Inn Norwich Nelson City Centre
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Norwich Nelson City Centre
Travel Blogs from Norwich
... satisfied from lunch, we managed to consume scones and cup cakes. We relaxed and enjoyed each other's company, but eventually it was time to leave. It was a teary farewell for Annie and Colleen, who are very close. We returned to our motel, purchasing fuel along the way (£24.99, £1.147 per litre). Last night we changed our London motel booking. We had booked, before we left home, into 5 nights at The ...
... Ray and Joan are regulars. They have lived here for 41 years. Ray is nearly 90 and Joan 88. The staff were excellent and meals were tailored to our requirements. Forget the menu. The food and company were great and we had a lovely time catching up on old times. Joan is/was a talented sculpturess, and also wrote the books "Norwich at War" and "Norwich at Peace" ...
This morning, after breakfast, we drove into Norwich and looked around Chapelfield Shopping Centre. We had a pot of tea at a Costa outlet and then drove to The Rushcutter Hotel. This hotel is located on a river, and we sat there in the sun, under a large umbrella and had lunch. We were with Annie's cousins, Colleen and Joy, and their husbands John and Bob. The setting and food were very good and we had an enjoyable time. After lunch, we went our separate ways. ...
... another cross stitch, with a Norfolk theme, and here we were successful. After that we drove along the coast road, through Cromer to Horsey Wind Pump. This is a very pretty place. Boats moor along this channel which leads to the Norfolk Broads. We sat and had a cup of tea, taking in the scene, then enjoyed an ice cream whilst strolling along the channel. An ideal way to pass an hour or two. We decided that we would look ...
... but we had coats and umbrellas, so we stayed up top. The bird life on The Broads is plentiful and the scenery, particularly the thatched cottages, very pretty. After our cruise we drove to Great Yarmouth. This is either a poor man's Las Vegas or the old style St.Kilda on steroids. It has numerous amusement arcades, tacky lights, fast food eateries, mini trains, horse drawn buggies, roller coaster rides, an amusement pier, etc. It was still raining so we merely ...