In line with the most recent Government guidance, Wellington Apartments remains open however, from Thursday 5th November 2020 will only be able to accept bookings from essential workers and other permitted travellers such as those who must travel for work purposes. Overnight stays for the purpose of personal or leisure related travel cannot be accepted. To check eligibility of travel please click here. Authorisation for travel will be requested on check in.
Oven & Hob
Wash & Dry
Composed of one area, the space has been distributed to make it a functional holiday home with all the necessary comforts. Ideal for two people, it has a living area with a sofa, a fully equipped open-plan kitchen and a dining table. The modern services include fast Wi-Fi internet connection and smart TV. The kitchen has a cooker, oven, fridge, microwave and utensils. The bathroom is composed of a shower or a bath. Choose this holiday studio for a genuine home stay!
Contact & Location
Wellington Apartments lies between Prince of Wales Road and the Cathedral. Prince of Wales Road is the main route to the riverside leisure and retail complex and the city’s mainline railway station. This area has a broad mix of retail and leisure occupiers and Norwich's famous market and Chapelfield shopping centre are also just 15-minute walk away.
Located in the most historic part of Norwich and the city’s main business sector, this area is also synonymous with bars, pubs and restaurants.
Although there is no parking on site Rose Lane NCP is located a 4-minute walk away, and is purpose built secure undercover multi storey car park. Evening parking after 6.30pm until 9am is £2.20 with day hours until this point charged to maximum of £6 for the full day. The car park postcode is NR1 1PY and is well signposted as you enter the city. Once in the car park exit via the main doors on to Eastbourne Place, cross Prince of Wales Rd at the pedestrian junction and this will lead directly to St Faith’s Lane. Alternatively, if coming by Train the station is just a 7 minute walk away along Prince of Wales over the bridge before turning directly on to St Faith’s Lane.