Wensum Valley Hotel, Golf & Country Club boasts 90 guest bedrooms and suites. All guests of the hotel can make use of the free Wi-Fi provided throughout the hotel and enjoy complimentary use of the leisure club facilities, including the fully equipped gym, swimming pool, sauna, steam room and spa bath.
Our accommodation is available on a Room Only, Bed & Breakfast, or Half Board basis. So, whatever the purpose of your visit, there’s a package to suit your requirements. Every package includes tea & coffee making facilities in the bedroom.
Guests on the Bed & Breakfast package will enjoy a choice of breakfast cereals, yoghurts, fresh fruit, continental pastries, tea, coffee and juices as well as a full English breakfast cooked to order. If you choose to upgrade and stay on the half board package, you will enjoy all the above as well as a delicious three-course evening meal from our Table d’Hôte or Carvery menu, served in the Valley Restaurant.
Check in time is 14:00. Check out time is 10:00 am.
Are you searching for your next UK golf break? Look no further than Wensum Valley Hotel, Golf & Country Club to experience the quintessential Norfolk golf break. With an incredible three courses to choose from, you’re spoilt for choice! Our two onsite 18-hole courses provide a challenge to both the golfing novice and the experienced golfer; there really is something for everyone. So, whether you’re looking to book your next Society Day, golfing weekend away or even just your next round, we have everything you need.
Our courses are playable all year round due to the free draining soil on which they are built. Moreover, our 12-bay floodlit driving range, putting practice area and well-stocked Golf Shop ensure that you can make the most of your golf break with us. Our range of membership options offer some of the most competitive prices in Norfolk, and with a variety of green fees available as well, visitors are always made welcome at Wensum Valley.
Norwich is a city in England's Norfolk County. Northeast of the centre, medieval Norwich Cathedral is a Romanesque building with ornate cloisters. Two imposing gates, St. Ethelbert’s and Erpingham, lead to the Tombland area, once a Saxon marketplace. Nearby, the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell traces local history, including a re-created old pharmacy and exhibits on the textile industry.