Arbor Linden Lodge is a few minutes walk away from the University of East Anglia and close to the site of the new Norfolk & Norwich Hospital. The private hospital BUPA is a short drive away. Very quick access to the A11 London Road, the Southern Bypass, the A47 main route to the centre of England are bonuses, as is a direct route to Norwich City Centre, straight down Earlham Road.
The City Centre has many car parks but most visitors will probably head for the new shopping center, Castle Mall, which under the shadow of Norwich's magnificent ancient Castle is well worth a visit. The several exits of the Mall will let you visit just about all parts of the shopping area including the large covered market. If heading for a car park is not your idea of fun Linden House mangers Tanya and Shaun have arranged free off-street parking for their guests a short walk from the City Centre. You can leave your car and be in the covered market or the Mall or the Castle in just a few minutes after a gentle stroll. You will pass the Victorian Gardens, the magnificent Roman Catholic Cathedral of St John, pass the remains of the original Norwich city wall, and pass down streets ST Giles and Upper ST Giles, streets as old as Norwich itself.
The Norwich Ring Road passes just a short distance away from Linden House. This road is your gateway to North Norfolk and the coast at Great Yarmouth. Between these parts is a vast network of rivers and flooded old peat digging sites collectively known as the Norfolk Broads. You could live in the area for many years and not see all that the Broads have to offer, from wildlife to water sports of the most genteel kind.
Arbor Linden Lodge is the family home of Tanya and Shaun, your hosts. They and their carefully selected staff care deeply that their guests enjoy their stay and would be happy to come back to see them.
Considerable emphasis is placed on safety and hygiene and Arbor Linden Lodge is maintained as a strictly no smoking house. No pets are allowed so that the highest cleanliness standards can be maintained. Our fire detection and prevention systems were updated on 21st January 2000 to the latest UK standards. A copy of our Fire Certificate supplied on request.
All our linen and cleaning procedures are in accordance with best practice so as to be as safe as possible for any guest with breathing difficulties. For this reason Linden House is kept pet free. All rooms have TV and radio alarm clocks so guests need not fear missing that early (or late) start. Tea and coffee facilities are standard and many extras are available or request. These include such useful things as bottle warmers and nappy disposal facilities for the family and videos for the children.
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are not catered for.