Norwich St Stephens Street
Norwich sits in the heart of East Anglia and is one of Britain’s best preserved historic cities. The Saxons fortified Norwich in the 9th century, and its relaxed provincial atmosphere owes much to the original irregular street plan that’s still in place today. Flemish settlers arrived here in the 12th century and established a thriving textile business, creating a prosperous market, and Norwich was England’s second city until the Industrial Revolution in the early 19th century, when commercial power shifted north.
The oldest parts of Norwich at Elm Hill and Tombland have some of the finest of Britain’s medieval streets, and there are many medieval buildings which have hardly changed at all since they were erected. Visitors come to see the colourful market in the city centre and to savour the atmosphere of ‘Old England’. The trouble with these quaint medieval streets, though, is that they’re incredibly narrow, making parking in Norwich a challenge.
Thankfully, NCP’s Norwich car park at St Stephens Street is conveniently close to many of the attractions in the city centre.
Intu Chapelfield Shopping Centre Parking
This large indoor shopping mall in the centre of Norwich is built on the site of an old chocolate factory. It opened in 2005 and is more than just a shopping centre. There are almost 100 shopping outlets here, but also cafés and restaurants. With baby changing facilities, toilets, cash machines and information points, you have all you need under the one roof. You’re also just a short walk away from the NCP St Stephens Street car park, so you don’t have far to carry your bags after a day’s bargain hunting.
Travelodge Norwich Central Parking
Travelodge Norwich Central is an excellent hotel with quick and easy access to the Waterfront live music and comedy venue, and also to the Riverside entertainment complex with its choice of restaurants and bars. The hotel has its own on-site restaurant and bar, which serves breakfasts and evening meals. Travelodge Norwich Central makes the perfect base for exploring the city and wider region, and NCP’s St Stephens Street car park is just a short walk away.
Our Early Bird price is available when you park before 09.30 and exit before 20:59 the same day.
LIFT ACCESS - stair free list access to the car park is ony available via the Iceland store lift. Store opening hours are: Mon-Sat: 08.00-20.00, Sunday: 10.00-16.00