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Welcome to Trowel and Hammer Inn

Address: 25 Saint Stephens Road, Norwich, NR1 3SP

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A family-run guest accommodation in central Norwich, the Trowel and Hammer Inn has tastefully decorated bedrooms, free Wi-Fi, good food and weekly live music. Each room has carpeted floor, a wardrobe, a desk and a flat-screen TV. Guests can enjoy tea/coffee making facilities. The pub offers snacks as well as hearty dishes that are freshly prepared onsite and sourced from local suppliers where possible. A full English breakfast is available to guests daily, with a roast cooked every Sunday available at an additional price. Restaurants can also be found a 5-minute walk away. Live music is also hosted every Saturday from 21:00 until midnight. Norwich Rail station and Whitlingham Country Park are 5 minutes’ drive from Trowel and Hammer. Free parking is available at the property.

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Norwich University of the Arts - University

Norwich University of the Arts - University

Distance 0.6 miles (0.96 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.

Norwich Centre - Town Centre

Norwich Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.62 miles (1 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 City Football Club - Football Club

Norwich City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.87 miles (1.39 km)
Fast Fact: The nickname Canaries was adopted because of Norwich's trade in breeding and exporting pet birds, the club's colours were chosen as a result. Fast Fact : Safety concerns forced Norwich to leave their orginal home ground, The Nest, which was situated in a disused quarry in 1935.

Eaton Golf Club - Norwich - Golf

Eaton Golf Club - Norwich - Golf

Distance 1.22 miles (1.95 km)
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