Hidden in suburbia and tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city lies Catton Old Hall an historic Grade II listed former mayor s home dating from 1632. It s full of quirky creaky charm with oak beams mullion windows and inglenook on the outskirts of Norwich. Old Catton was home to Black Beauty author Anna Sewell and nowadays boasts the 70 acre Catton Park. This delightful small licensed family-run guest house has a large garden with covered outdoor sitting area and offers spacious comfortable rooms some with spa/Jacuzzi baths with inviting crisp white cotton sheets fluffy bath towels and robes. The Old Hall offers good locally-sourced food in a friendly relaxed atmosphere and a warm welcome awaits you in this home from home. There is free on-site parking with regular nearby public transport into heart of the city with good taxi availability too. It is perfect for romantic getaways city breaks or for exploring the Norfolk Broads.