23. 20 around the courtyard, 1 suitable for disabled.
bar, dining room, snug, TV lounge (Sky), free Wi-Fi in public areas, in-room TV (Freeview), function facilities, 3-acre garden (play area), public areas and toilets wheelchair accessible.
all day in bar and restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, bar.
per room B&B single £80–£125, double £115–£200, D,B&B single £105–£150, double £160–£230. A la carte £30.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Near the RSPB Titchwell Marsh nature reserve, this dog- and family-friendly hotel is sandwiched between fields and ochre-hued marshland, leading down to the North Sea. Its collection of brick-and-stone farm buildings stands on a coastal road, with paths and coastal trails spiking in all directions. Within the maze of rooms, a cosy snug has a large wood-burner and a guestbook where visiting twitchers leave triumphant notes on which birds they’ve spotted. The courtyard garden offers a peaceful suntrap on warm days for a Pimm’s or pint of Norfolk Brewhouse Moon Gazer ale, while modern bedrooms (various sizes) cluster round a second courtyard. Newer rooms have wooden floor, large mirrors, luxurious shower; some older rooms are more basic. Light bites are served throughout the day in the large, central dining area with its beams and light, airy atmosphere. Freshly caught seafood and produce from local farms feature heavily on the dinner menu, perhaps roast hake, smoked bacon, salsify; seafood meze; butterbean cassoulet, wild mushroom, creamed potato. Vegetarians are well catered for. A solid breakfast puts fuel in the tank for a breezy beach hike. (MC, and others)