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Caistor Hall Hotel
Norwich Road
Caistor St Edmund

Norwich
Norfolk

NR14 8QN | View map
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Caistor Hall, set in the heart of the countryside, is less than 3 miles from the centre of Norwich. It is the perfect venue for weddings, conferences, or those seeking a peaceful break. This beautiful Georgian House is set in 30 acres of woodland and private gardens. With nineteen bedrooms, six function rooms, three bars, lounge area and a la carte restaurant, this family-owned hotel is an ideal setting for business, leisure and those special occasions. Caistor Hall is an attractive Grade ii listed country property dating back to the early nineteenth century.

The property was built for the Dashwood family and has been used as a hotel and country club since 1947. The recently refurbished hotel has been sympathetically restored and many of the rooms still retain their original features and charm. Caistor Hall has nineteen thoughtfully appointed guest rooms including period rooms, four- poster suites, family, double and twin rooms.

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