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2 night stay in celebration of CJ Sansom’s Tombland

Maids Head 4 star Accommodation Norwich

In recognition of the release of Tombland, by CJ Sansom, we have developed an exciting 2 night historic Norwich package.

Sansom’s book, Tombland, set in Tudor times, again features Lawyer, Matthew Shardlake, who this time travels to Norwich and stays at the Maids Head, while investigating a gruesome murder and gets engulfed in Kett’s Rebellion. 

Our two night offer includes a stay in one of our newly redesigned bedrooms, with breakfast on both mornings and dinner on one night of your choice, all served in our atmospheric WinePress Restaurant, the 15th century inn courtyard.

There is also the optional extra of a walking tour of Shardlake’s Norwich, with our resident Tour Guide, Paul Dickson, subject to availability. Contact Paul direct to book your tour by following the link.

Prices start from £315.00 and includes two nights accommodation in a Classic double room, full English breakfast on both mornings, dinner served on one night with an allowance of £36.00 per person (food only), a copy of Tombland will be available in your room for you to make reference to. Supplement of £30.00 applies on a Saturday night.

For your peace of mind, you may cancel your booking up until 72 hours prior to arrival after which full payment will be taken on the card provided at the time of booking. Please note this offer is not available between 23rd November 2022 and 1st January 2023

 We are fully committed to the safety and well being of all our guests and staff. Should you find it necessary to cancel your booking we will consider transferring your booking to a future date in line with Government guidelines. Read our Blog to find out more about how we are working to minimise risk by acting and reacting with diligence and care.

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