Cathedral Gate

For up to 5 Persons

About the Accommodation

Stay Norwich offers this modern one bedroom apartment located on the 3rd floor with a lift in the heart of the city. This space is ideal for one person on a business or social trip to the city or a family of four looking for great value for money accommodation. Bright rooms with under floor heating and all modern kitchen furnishings. TV located in the bedroom as well as in the sitting room giving that classic hotel apartment feel.

Address: 7 Upper King Street,, NR3 1RB Norwich, United Kingdom

Size: 30.0 m², 2 Rooms, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Beds: 1 Single bed, 1 Double bed, 1 Child bed, 1 Sofa bed

Prices: 129GBP - 133GBP / Night

More pricing information:

Sun - Thurs - £129 a night  sleeping max 5 people 

Friday - Sat - £133 a night sleeping max 5 people

Note the rate is for the apartment to sleep from one to the maximum of 5 people. Parking for one car or van if needed is included in this rate, max hight 2.2mt.  The above rate card is subject to change without notice, enter the dates you require into the calendar to calculate the up-to-date nightly rate. Please contact us by phone or email to discuss any long stay reductions.


  • Towels and bed sheets
  • TV
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Blow dryer
  • Dryer
  • Hangers
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Toilet paper and soap
  • Air conditioning
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Washing machine
  • Buzzer/Wireless Intercom
  • Iron


On the ground floor of the building is a coffee shop serving hot drinks and snacks.  You are also less than two minutes walk from at least 9 restaurants and bars in the area.  The property is located less than 15 minutes walk from the train station and a good 25 minutes from the national coach station. 

If you are coming in from Norwich airport this is a 20 minutes taxi ride. 


Ethelbert Gate is the other magnificent gateway leading to the Cathedral Close. The gate was rebuilt in 1316 by the citizens of Norwich as part of their penance and compensation for the damage caused during riots in 1272, including the burning of the original gate, the bell tower and most of the wooden buildings of the monastery. Notice the statue of a Madonna and Child, which is the central figure in the exterior wall of what was once a small chapel on top of the gate. The chapel was built to replace St. Ethelbert's church, which was also burned down by the rioters. 


You are located in the heart of the city, it is best to walk and discover what the city has to offer or take a bus tour.