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A real hidden treasure you are walking along and come across this street it's like u have popped to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
markscar1974
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Norwich, United Kingdom
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Old Norwich

Elm Hill is the oldest street in Norwich. The whole street caught fire in early 1500's and was... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
woodred
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Norwich, United Kingdom
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All reviews cobbled street teddy bear shop step back in time antique shops britons arms specialist shops st andrews historic area visiting norwich well worth a visit tea shop city centre tudor stroll cathedral plaques lane
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Part of the walking tour but spent little time there and the guide was no over selling it - quite rightfully. Was introduced as the second lovelies street in Britain. Still not impressed.

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A real hidden treasure you are walking along and come across this street it's like u have popped to a different place . This is why we love norwich just always something different to see when walking about .

Thank markscar1974
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Elm Hill is the oldest street in Norwich. The whole street caught fire in early 1500's and was rebuilt. The cobbles may look pretty but are dreadful to walk on. There are a variety of shops from a small tea house, through to book shops,...More

Thank woodred
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Down or up, this quiet old street is a delight and well worth the diversion form other areas of the city.

Thank steve b
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Cobbled street home to some beautiful houses and shops. Don't miss it. Entrance is from Wensum Street, just before "Ribs of Beef"..

Thank mark_davie_2000
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It has such atmosphere even in the rain. Nice little shops to browse in. The cobbles are hard to walk on. It is of historical interest architecturally.

Thank Julie M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Norwich seems particularly proud of Elm Hill and one can see why. It is a delightful little street taking you back to times long past. Interesting shops and places to eat. There is Mandell’s Gallery with a view of Elm Hill out the window worthy...More

Thank Edmund R
Reviewed 14 September 2018

This is a very picturesque part of Norwich (one of many). Snap away with your camera and enjoy the old buildings and the many blue plaques which describe how buildings or lanes came to be given their names or who lived in them. The only...More

Thank SheffieldMarshall
Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

A beautiful walk with quaint houses and shops. Antique, cafes And the Teddy bear shop is a must takes you back to your childhood and you will certainly take something special home. Bright buildings and cobbled road takes you back in time.

1  Thank mrssime
Reviewed 7 September 2018

We loved this little street. The buildings are stunning and a visit to the teddy bear shop is a must.

1  Thank mitsilad
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MariciaSurrey
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Response from maltese632017 | Reviewed this property |
Elm Hill has smooth pavements but they are extremely narrow, probably too narrow for a wheelchair, but the riverside path is only just behind Elm Hill and would be wide enough and suitable for a wheelchair.
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