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The Hotel is continuing to remain open to support all those guests who are permitted to travel for essential purposes. For the comfort of our guests, we will be providing room service of both full English breakfast all delivered safely to the bedroom door.

Following Government guidelines we are delighted that as from Monday, April 12th, our pretty courtyard is open for alfresco dining.  From this date we can also offer a night of escape in one of our self-contained suites.  To find out more click on the link, these can only be booked direct with the hotel. Providing the roadmap stays on track, we will be fully open from Monday, May 17th and our fantastic team cannot wait to welcome you back.

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Sir John Fenn and the Discovery of the Paston Letters

Friday 22nd November 2019 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

We welcome Professor Rob Knee back to the Hotel in November to commemorate the first written mention of the Maids Head in the Paston Letter of 22nd November 1472.

Sir John Fenn of Dereham tells of the remarkable discovery and eventual publication in 1789 of The Paston Letters – one of the most famous medieval collections in the world. Sir John will explain what the Letters tell us about the Paston family’s connections with Norwich – including the links with the Maids Head Hotel. Join Fenn on a journey into the remarkable world of the Paston Family who played such an important role in Norfolk’s history in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries.

This is pre-bookable event, tickets only available from Eventbrite . Join us for tea and coffee at 2.00pm, the hour long presentation will commence at 2.30pm, donations to Break, our Charity of the Year.

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Date:
Friday 22nd November 2019
Time:
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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