Norwich's Historic CathedralStanding for over 900 years
Very few buildings could boast this accolade; however, Norwich Cathedral has stood for over 900 years, and the impressive Norman Tower still remains today.
Norwich Cathedral is beautiful inside and out, and whatever religious persuasion you are it is a delightful place to visit.
Edith CavellA Great War Heroine
Edith Cavell never discriminated between nationalities and she helped all that were in need regardless of which side of the war they were fighting on.
Edith was given a state funeral in 1919 at Westminster Abbey and now rests in “Life’s Green” at Norwich Cathedral.
Historic Norfolk80 listed buildings
Erpingham and Ethelbert gates lead you into the Cathedral and its enchanting 44-acre surrounding Close.
It is so serene & peaceful, wandering around the beautiful grounds day or night you feel like you have stepped back into a slice of idyllic English life, with its cobbled streets and manicured lawns and gardens.
If you're intrigued by Norfolk, a UK county with an interesting past, then why not check out "The Little Book of Norfolk". Full of facts and obscure information. It's a fun read on the region.
You can pick it up for your Kindle or in good old hardcover. (Depending on region)
Norwich CastleNot to be outshone
Norwich's Historic DistrictsCobbled lanes
Stylish NorwichArt Nouveau
A Norfolk Road Trip
Norwich Market Place
Also along the walk, you’ll find the Cow Tower, an artillery tower built between 1398-1399.
The tower was built to defend the north-eastern approach to Norwich from the French.
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Are you searching for a tranquil hideaway to unwind in, while you explore the picturesque Norfolk landscape?
After a day visiting the golden beaches or touring the charming, quaint villages return to one of the handpicked properties and unique retreats at Holiday Cottages.
Norwich's famous sonHoratio Nelson
Discovering NorwichSo many churches & barbers
Where to stay in Norwich
Where to eat in Norwich
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We also opted for the Tasting menu at the Wine Press - The restaurant within the Maids Head Hotel.
Each of the 5 courses were served with a matched wine. In all, an enjoyable experience.
The Tasting Menu
Norwich PubsWhere we had, a pit stop
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