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King Edward VII
63, Aylsham Road
Norwich
Norfolk

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The King Edward VII Is located on the north east side of Norwich on the main A140, The city centre, Bus Station, Airport and Train Station are all just a 30minute walk from us. Local Bus services in and out of the city are availbale just 100yards from us.LARGE on site CAR PARK WITH PLENTY OF SPACES AVAILABLE free FOR THE DURATION OF YOUR STAYNote, Live Music is normally played in the pub some thursdays till 11pm, Friday & Saturday Evenings from 9pm till Midnight. As this is normally at high volume you should be aware these nights are not for early birds! LIVE music is free however and you are of course welcome to come and enjoy the entertainment.The B&B has a shared toilet & Shower room. Hand Wash facilities are provided in each room.Breakfast is provided in your room, and consists of cereal, bread, jam, tea, orange juice, coffee, biscuits, milk and sugar. Also in each room is an electric kettle and toaster.Extra pillows are available on request. Please let us know when you book if you have any fabric allergies.Staying for a while?The Eddie B&B offers a Laundry service, for people staying for longer. For 5 per 15Kg Load We offer a standard 40 Wash and Tumble dry. Use of an Iron and Ironing Board is available Free of Charge.

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