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Norwich Airport is located some four miles north of town at Hellesdon. Prebooked taxi passengers can be picked up or dropped by the terminal building. There’s a historic, vibrant city nearby, with the unique waterland of the Norfolk Broads on the doorstep; north Norfolk’s dramatic coastline is also accessible. Meanwhile, local hotels, pubs and B&Bs offer accommodation for varied budgets and preferences. Get around with a Norwich airport transfer.

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Hotel accommodation near Norwich Airport

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  • The Old Rectory is 2.5 miles distant, meaning a short hop with a Norwich Airport transfer. With an excellent TripAdvisor score and three stars, it features an outdoor heated pool, and acres of grounds – it dates back to the mid-1700s.
  • Premier Inn Norwich Airport is a little over a mile away, and again has three stars. It scores 4.5 with TripAdvisor and makes a modern, comfortable base, especially for early-morning departures or late arrivals.
  • The Norfolk Mead is within five miles of the airport, so you can be there within 10 minutes. A four-star venue scoring 5/5 on TripAdvisor, it is set in eight acres in the heart of the Broads, and features an AA-starred eatery alongside elegant accommodation.

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  • London Stansted Airport is 85 miles via the A11 – allow at least an hour and 45 minutes for your Norwich Airport transfer
  • Luton Airport lies just over 100 miles south-west, with a journey time of more than two hours
  • Southend Airport is a similar distance, again to the south – by road it will take two hours and 15 minutes to get there
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Towns to visit near Norwich Airport

  1. Norwich is four miles away, meaning a short airport transfer of up to 15 minutes. This historic city features a cathedral, a castle that’s now a gallery and museum, plus a medieval centre packed with hidden alleyways and narrow streets. It’s well-served for bars, restaurants, retail therapy and family attractions.
  2. Great Yarmouth lies 25 miles off, so expect a Norwich Airport transfer of 45 minutes or so. This coastal resort offers plenty of golden sand, plus the ‘Golden Mile’ of seaside entertainment, offering traditional fun from donkey rides to rollercoasters. Explore the surrounding attractive countryside and villages, too.
  3. King’s Lynn, lying 45 miles west, is accessible within an hour and 10 minutes. This medieval port is packed with museums and stunning buildings. Visit the 1683 Custom House, the Norman castle keep and Castle Acre, the ruins of a Norman priory.
  4. Bury St Edmunds is a similar distance south. Take in the ruins of one of Europe’s finest medieval monasteries and Suffolk’s only cathedral, then stroll through Georgian squares and medieval streets. Shopping and dining are great here, plus there are walks though parks and woodland.
  5. Ipswich lies some 50 miles distant, meaning a Norwich Airport transfer of up to 90 minutes. It’s set on the River Orwell. The waterfront is lined with cafes and shops; the nineteenth-century Old Custom House is also worth seeing. Visit Christchurch Park, and the 500-year-old Christchurch Mansion.
  6. Lowestoft is 35 miles south-east and reachable within the hour. The former fishing port is known for its sandy beaches. Explore the Heritage Quay, see the 74 jets of the Princess Royal Fountains and enjoy excellent walks and shopping.
Some of the attractions near Norwich Airport
  1. Bure Valley Railway: This is 11 miles north and reachable in 20 minutes with a Norwich Airport transfer. Running between Aylsham and Wroxham, it’s a heritage railway; take in picturesque Broadland villages as you travel 18 miles through the pretty Bure Valley.
  2. Pensthorpe Natural Park: This is 20-odd miles away, meaning a journey time of 35-40 minutes. It’s a 200-acre reserve providing numerous natural habitats. WildRootz is a massive adventure play zone connecting kids with nature, while the Hootz House area offers further educational nature-based play.
  3. Houghton Hall & Gardens: Travel the 30-odd miles here within 50 minutes. One of Britain’s finest Palladian Houses, Houghton Hall was built in the 1720s for Robert Walpole. It’s set in parkland featuring unusual deer species plus modern sculptures.
  4. The Norfolk Broads: Britain’s biggest protected wetland lies just 20-odd miles south-east – reach it within 40 minutes by Norwich Airport transfer. The Broads are home to some of Britain’s rarest plants and wildlife. Explore by boat or enjoy waterside trails through woodland, fens and villages on foot or bike.
  5. Merrivale Model Village: This is within 25 miles and 45 minutes at Great Yarmouth by Norwich Airport transfer. It’s set in over an acre of landscaped gardens, with streams, waterfalls and a koi carp-filled lake. Check out the railway, crazy golf and Old Penny Arcade, not forgetting the tea rooms!
  6. Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure is within 10 miles and a hop of under 20 minutes. This park offers Jurassic-themed family fun, with high ropes, a dinosaur trail, a deer safari and Norfolk’s biggest indoor play area.
Further key information for Norwich Airport

Norwich works with organisations like Autism Anglia to provide special assistance. The airport offers all the facilities you’d expect to find, from accessible loos to hearing loops, ramps, a stair climber, plus wheelchairs. The terminal is on one level, while assistance dogs are welcomed.

You can book a pre-departure familiarisation visit if you wish. Those with hidden disabilities such as autism can use a sunflower lanyard to discreetly inform staff that extra help may be needed, while the team can also help passengers with an ostomy.

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Tel: (01603) 411923