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Welcome to Copperfields Guest House

Address: 113 Constitution Hill, Norwich, NR6 7RN

Hotel Description

Situated less than 2 miles from central Norwich, the award-winning Copperfields Guest House offers free WiFi in public areas, free onsite parking, and a garden. Norwich International Airport is just 10 minutes’ drive away. Each room includes a flat-screen TV with a DVD player, a clock radio, and ironing supplies. Each room benefits from an en-suite or private bath or shower room with complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. Some rooms boast patio doors, which lead to the garden. In the mornings, Copperfields serves breakfast in the bright and airy dining room. Local amenities within 150 metres of the property include a fish and chip shop, a pub, a Chinese takeaway, and a convenience store. With a bus stop just outside, Copperfields Guest House is just a 15-minute journey from Norwich Train Station. Guests can enjoy boat trips along the Norfolk Broads, just 20 minutes’ drive away. North Norfolk’s beaches are within a 45-minute drive.

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Norwich Airport - Airport

Norwich Airport - Airport

Distance 1.67 miles (2.67 km)
The airport is situated 7km (4.5 miles) north of Norwich. Both short- and long-stay car parking are available on-site. General airport information is available at the information desk centrally located in the main concourse. Bureau de change facilities and ATMs are available. There are two bars, a restaurant and a caf in the main concourse and the departure lounge of the airport. Shops include a duty-free shop, newsagents and travel agent. Other facilities include a children's play area in the centre of the departure lounge, baby changing facilities and nursing mothers' rooms. The airport is all on one level, so has no stairs or escalators to hinder wheelchair users. Disabled parking is situated directly opposite the front entrance of the airport.

Norwich Centre - Town Centre

Norwich Centre - Town Centre

Distance 1.69 miles (2.7 km)
'Welcome To Norwich A Fine City' visitors read on road signs as they approach the city. 'A fine city' is how George Borrow described Norwich in 1851. Norwich has all the vibrancy of a major city, with none of the stress. Visitors can enjoy shopping at the 900-year-old market, an art nouveau arcade, new shopping mall and small specialist shops. There are lots of places for eating out, which cater for every budget and taste. Norwich is the county town of Norfolk, at the heart of East Anglia, serving a wide area; it has had a famous market since Norman times, and it is still going strong. The centre for arts and entertainment in the east of England, Norwichs theatres and cinemas offer great entertainment.

Norwich University of the Arts - University

Norwich University of the Arts - University

Distance 1.72 miles (2.75 km)
Norwich University of the Arts was founded in 1845. It is a higher education specialist art and design college based on a single site in the center of Norwich, Norfolk. The School offers a range of foundation degrees, besides bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. The academic programs to: Animation, Architecture, Communication Design, Curation, Fashion, Film & Moving Image Production, Fine Art, Games Art & Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Moving Image and Sound, Photography, Textile Design.

The Royal Norwich Golf Club - Hellesdon - Golf

The Royal Norwich Golf Club - Hellesdon - Golf

Distance 1.85 miles (2.95 km)
For golf in Norfolk the discerning golfer need look no further that The Royal Norwich Golf Club conveniently situated on the outskirts of Norwich. The first 9 holes covering some 2,920 yards were opened on St Andrew's Day, 30th November. The official opening of the Club took place on 1st February 1894, by which date 18 holes measuring 4,925 yards were in play. In March 1894 a 9 hole shortened course of 2,425 yards was established specifically for play by ladies. With some subsequent purchases of additional land, the Club continues to occupy the original site at Hellesdon selected by the founding fathers. The superb undulating Course set in mature parkland provides a challenging game of golf to professionals and amateurs alike.