Titchwell Manor

The audacious interiors at this modern hotel on the north Norfolk coast nicely complement the ever-changing vista across marshes and the sea. More

Contact details

Titchwell Manor
nr Brancaster
Titchwell
Norfolk
PE31 8BB
England
01485 210221

Hotel information

Bedrooms

27. 12 in herb garden, 4 in converted farm building, 1 in Potting Shed, 2 suitable for disabled.

Open

all year.

Facilities

lounge, bar, restaurant, conservatory, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, ¼-acre walled garden.

Background music

in public rooms.

Children

all ages welcomed (sand pit, games, DVDs).

Dogs

allowed in some rooms, public rooms (£10 a night).

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2016] per room B&B £125–£235, D,B&B £185–£295. Set menus £55–£65, à la carte £30.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

The audacious interiors at this modern hotel on the north Norfolk coast nicely complement the ever-changing vista across marshes and the sea. (Afternoon tea, with retro ‘Crunchie’ teacakes, makes a nice accompaniment, too.) A ‘friendly’ place, the converted Victorian farmhouse has been owned by Ian and Margaret Snaith for nearly 30 years. ‘Comfortable’ bedrooms are in the main house and converted outbuildings. Pick one to suit – some are bright and cheery, others more restrained; some are snug, others are ideal for a family. At garden’s end, the privacy-please Potting Shed bedroom has a log-burner and a veranda, a freestanding roll-top bath in the room. The Snaiths’ son, Eric, a self-taught chef, has been in charge of the kitchen since 2003. He has now handed on the chef’s baton to Chris Mann who trained at Marcus Wareing’s London restaurant, Petrus. Feed on tapas and informal meals in the ‘pleasant’ Eating Rooms, or sit down to modern dishes in the Conservatory overlooking the walled garden – there are ‘plenty of options’. The Snaith’s posh chippy (halloumi and spinach arancini with your beer-battered whiting, perhaps) is two miles up the coastal road. Birdwatchers, delight: the RSPB reserve is on the doorstep. More reports, please.

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Titchwell Manor
nr Brancaster
Titchwell
Norfolk
PE31 8BB

Guest comments

'There are plenty of good reasons to stay at Titchwell Manor. The affable, mostly young, mostly local staff seem happy in their work; the cooking is of a high standard. Our annexe room was unimpressive, but we had a good night’s sleep. The whole is solidly good. There are walks across marshland to the sandy beach at Brancaster, and we passed a small golf club up the street; the coastal villages of Norfolk are all within easy reach. ' - - March, 2017
'Our third visit in 11 months. Excellent food, well served in attractive surroundings. Well-equipped, spacious rooms in the herb garden area. Staff: everone, without exception, is there to help and to make guests feel relaxed, in a quiet, efficiently informal way. ' - Ann Williams - April, 2012
'Two-day special offer. What a bargain! Super staff epitomises this family hotel against large chain hotels. Food exccellent. Lovely open fire kept going all day. We liked our family room in an adjoining building: plenty of wardrobe space. large, clean bathroom. ' - Peter Cannon - December, 2011

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