If you're panicking because you've left it to the last minute, don't worry, it's not too late to book your Christmas party in Norwich. Some of our recommended businesses still have space for a few more.
If you like the idea of sumptuous food in sophisticated surroundings, then Caistor Hall is the venue for you, with it's Fine Dining, accommodation and Christmas and New Year's Eve parties at surprisingly good prices.
For the fun factor, try a Tribute Night or Christmas Party in Norwich at the Holiday Inn Norwich-North, at the airport. They have free parking, accommodation deals and health club, along with live bands, DJ and again are competitively priced.
Thai on the River offer something different - ideal for smaller parties, the floating restaurant provides a great alternative for your office party, friends night out or wining and dining that important client.
For pure atmosphere (along with the ghosts?) you can't get better than the Maids Head Hotel, which has just attained 4 star status.
And for something more informal, try one of the pubs in Norwich. The Coach and Horses in Bethel Street is your typical pub in Norwich with atmosphere, fun (there are games in every corner) and central location. The Parson Woodforde, on the other hand, is a short way out of Norwich but has the space for a larger party, with great food in an informal setting.
Finally, you may not at first associate Roundwood Bowls with a venue for a party in Norwich but its newly refurbished function room is ideal, with space for a large party, a dance floor and freshly cooked food (you should have seen their cakes at the recent Chamber exhibition - my mouth is still watering!)