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Caistor Hall: A Great Yoga Venue

Yoga expert & Co-Director of The Orange Grove Clinic, Jackie Heffer-Cooke is a regular at Caistor Hall, holding a number of yoga classes for budding yoga enthusiasts, mums-to-be and new mummies and their babies. YogaBuds is perfect for any level of ability, whether you are completely new to yoga or a budding enthusiast, the classes which take place on Thursdays at 8pm are inspired by a combination of yoga traditions. It’s essentially a Hatha Yoga with a blend of Vinyasa and Bhava, and rejuvenating Yin. Classes are available to Book in a series of 6 or 12. Click here for more information or to book the YodaBuds classes. A YogaBud day retreat also takes place at set dates throughout the year with the next on 25th June from 11am-3pm. It’s four hours of uninterrupted energising, restorative and calming yoga (in that order) and you will leave feeling rejuvenated and positive. We provide a healthy vegetarian lunch created by nutritional therapist Catherine Jeans and prepared by the Caistor Hall chefs. Book today or if you can’t make June, there’s also an Autumn retreat on 22nd October. More details here. Jackie’s pregnancy yoga class, YogaBumps takes place on Thursdays at 6pm and […]

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Clubs, Societies and Yoga At Caistor Hall

Looking for a great venue for your club or society in South Norfolk, or maybe somewhere to run a workshop or training session? Caistor Hall is a very welcoming, laid back country hotel just 4 miles from Norwich, 2 miles from Stoke Holy Cross and 3 miles from Poringland. It is set in delightful, peaceful grounds and has an air of gentility, which is perhaps why people are a sometimes surprised when they find out that Caistor Hall plays host to a number of local clubs and organisations who hold regular events there, and welcomes everyone with open arms. There’s a great selection of rooms, halls and spaces which can be hired to suit your requirements. The grand Ballroom is a beautiful space that is great for dining parties; this could be perfect for a dining club who like to meet and enjoy good food and good company. Equally, the room can take on a more functional role and be used for a workshop or a company training session. You can use the whole space or divide the room into two. What better place to have your book club than in the panelled library, with open fires on chilly nights […]

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Are You A Business? Did You Know…

It’s the little things that make a difference If you’re heading to Norwich on overnight business, you’ll obviously be searching for a venue which meets all your needs. Caistor Hall hotel goes out of its way to make sure its corporate guests receive the very best service (and the very best price – our corporate rates are very competitive – give us a ring for details) and we provide all the facilities you would expect for your business stay. But we feel it’s the extras we can offer that make us a little different. Our hotel is set in beautiful rolling countryside, yet just 4 miles from the heart of Norwich with very easy access from the A11, A140(A12), A47. There’s plentiful parking and even room to land a helicopter – so if it really is a flying visit, we’re the perfect spot. Once a Georgian Family Manor built in the late 1700s, Caistor Hall retains much of its graceful grandeur which affords a relaxed, unhurried ambience. And being an old house rather than a formulaic modern hotel is what enables us to offer our business guests some useful business ‘extras’.           In addition to Six […]

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Afternoon Tea At Caistor Hall

Enjoy an afternoon tea in Norfolk. Fresh scones, jam and cream with tea or coffee or add some champagne or Pimms for a treat.

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Guided Tour Of Caistor Roman Town

Did you know that on our very doorstep lies a Roman regional capital? It is one of only three in the country that does not lie beneath a modern settlement. You may have wandered over these fields, walked along the ridges, admired the wild flowers, little imagining that this was once a teeming Roman town. On Friday 3rd April, however, you are welcome to join us for a free guided walk, starting at 11am from Caistor Hall Hotel, with the opportunity to return after the walk for a discounted bar meal. In recent years the Caistor project has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and has been delving much deeper into the history of this site, with some extraordinary finds. This Roman Town, Venta Icenorum, was the capital of the territory of the Iceni and was probably established after the Boudican Revolt. Dr Will Bowden, who you may recognise from the popular Time Team programme, has been leading the research at this project and is offering you the chance to join him on a guided walk. The walk is free of charge and will take place on Friday 3rd April, at 11am, starting from Caistor Hall Hotel. The walk will […]

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Caistor Roman Project

Caistor Hall, Supporters of the Caistor Roman Project.

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