Directions To Stower Grange Hotel

Stower Grange is located 5 miles north west of Norwich on the A1067 in the small village of Drayton. This journey takes approximately 2 hours 30 minutes from London, 1 hour from Newmarket Racecourse and 1 hour 20 minutes from the University City of Cambridge.

From the Ring Road

Take the A1067 Fakenham Road (turn off the ring road at ASDA).

About two miles along the A1067 you reach Drayton. At the junction controlled by traffic lights turn right into School Road (Garage, two pubs and a couple of shops). If you pass Tesco’s supermarket you have gone too far.

At approximately 200m there is a mini roundabout take the first exit and the hotel is about 50m on the right hand side. If you see fields on the left you have gone too far.

From the Southern Bypass (A47)

Travelling westwards take the exit sign-posted Norwich (A1074). At the roundabout at the top of the ramp take the third exit making your way over the bypass. At the next roundabout take the second exit, sign-posted Norwich. At the traffic lights turn left into Longwater Lane (about half a mile). Continue to the T-junction in the village of Costessey. Turn Right, continue to the mini roundabout and turn left. This road takes you through the village, past the old mill and ends up at the junction with the A1067 Fakenham Road in the village of Drayton (There is a garage on your left at this junction). Cross over the junction, passing the Red Lion Pub on your left, you are now in School Road. At about 200m there is a mini roundabout take the first exit Stower Grange is just around the bend on the right hand side.

Although this may sound a bit involved it is very straightforward and avoids the ring road, which can be busy, especially at peak times.


Norwich is very easy to reach by train, either from London or from Cambridge and Ely, which link Norwich to the Midlands.

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Local Buses

Buses from central Norwich stop close to the Stower Grange.

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