Titchwell, North Norfolk
Hotel & Restaurant
A stone’s throw from the stunning North Norfolk coast, Titchwell Manor is a beautiful, boutique 26-bedroom country retreat offering destination fine dining.
Owned by Margaret and Ian Snaith since 1988, the elegant former Victorian farmhouse combines traditional values with chic contemporary accommodation and spectacular, uninterrupted views across open marshes to the North Sea.
Titchwell Manor has 26 individually designed, en-suite bedrooms – from Victorian manor house accommodation to contemporary suites. Styles vary from muted tones through to the bolder styles with select number of rooms having hot tubs within their own private courtyard.
The main hotel building, retaining its high ceilings and open fires dating back to 1896, includes en-suite bedrooms – with sea views and large family suites.
The remaining rooms are either in converted farm buildings – a few with hot tubs in their own private courtyards – or lining the tranquil herb garden. These secluded contemporary rooms – some with meadow views and south facing patios – are surrounded by the gentle scent of lavender and rosemary.
The standalone Potting Shed overlooking the garden provides a spacious bedroom complete with a roll-top bath, walk-in shower, log-burner and private decking for an alfresco breakfast or a sundowner.
Two ground floor twin-bedded rooms beside the courtyard have wet rooms equipped to help wheelchair users and parking directly outside.
Guests can enjoy celebrated gastronomy courtesy of Head Chef Chris Mann under the guidance of local celebrated chef Eric Snaith. Chris & Eric’s flair and flavours have earned them a reputation for exquisitely presented, innovative, modern European food.
At a glance
Double rooms B&B available from £130 per night, per room
Conservatory 3 AA Rosette Restaurant The Eating Rooms, relaxed dining 12pm – 9:30pm
Norfolk Tapas & Afternoon Tea
Titchwell is right on the North Norfolk Heritage coast and home to the famous RSPB reserve. The sight of the geese flying overhead in Autumn is one of the most incredible sights you will see.
Brancaster is a couple of minutes drive away and is known for its simply stunning beach. It stretches for miles backed by gentle sand dunes and the famous links golf course of The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club.
Seals bask on the creek edges and children can safely paddle in the tidal lagoons. The tide goes out a long way revealing the shipwreck of the SS Vina (beware of strong tides and do not venture out!) The sand is perfect for sandcastles and picnics. Kite surfers provide exciting entertainment on windy days.
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