We wish to reassure you that we will be continuing with all the excellent measures we have put into place over the past year to help keep both out fabulous guests and fantastic staff safe and well
The wellbeing of all our guests and staff are our priority and we will continue to be committed to rigorously updating our risk assessments in order to provide that all important peace of mind.
We are very pleased to announce that the Maids Head Hotel is an accommodation partner with the new English National Park Experience Collection, which has been supported by Visit Britain and Visit England through the Discover England Fund. Read more »
We have completed work on our new suite, which has been named Catherine of Aragon. Louise Norfolk won a competition on our Facebook page to name the suite and suggested Catherine of Aragon. Her prize is a night’s stay in the suite.Read more »
We are finalists in three categories of the Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards 2019.
The awards evening is on Thursday, February 28, 2019 at Open, Norwich – keep your fingers crossed for us!
Guests enjoyed a a special dinner party at the Maids Head, hosted by ‘John Paston’ on Thursday, November 22, to mark the first mention of the the hotel’s name in a Paston letter dated November 22, 1472.Read more »
The Maids Head is staging a special dinner party hosted by ‘John Paston’ on Thursday, November 22, to mark the first mention of the the hotel’s name in a Paston letter dated November 22, 1472.
The evening will feature a three course dinner in the historic Oak Room, with medieval music from Hexachordia, readings from Paston Letters and contemporary poetry inspired by the Paston story. John Paston will also cut a special birthday cake.Read more »
A new Edith Cavell interpretation board was unveiled in Tombland, Norwich next to the Edith Cavell monument on Saturday, October 13.
Explaining the significance of Edith Cavell and the sacrifice that she made, the new board marks the centenary of the unveiling of the monument, by Queen Alexandra, on October 12, 1918, the third anniversary of Edith Cavell’s execution in Brussels, by a German firing squad. Read more »
On Friday, Peter Sargent delivered copies of his new book, A Place in History, 50 more East Anglian moments in time, which is now on sale at Reception.Read more »