With views over meadows and marshes to the sea, this hotel with award-winning dining bedazzles with its vibrant interiors within the walls of a Victorian farmhouse. More
Good Hotel Guide Review
With views over meadows and marshes to the sea, this hotel with award-winning dining bedazzles with its vibrant interiors within the walls of a Victorian farmhouse. Behind the scenes, bedrooms have more of a Hamptons-style coastal cool. Dog-friendly ground-floor rooms in the herb garden have a hot tub while two shepherds’ huts have a log-burner, a shower, a terrace with sunken spa bath. ‘Our room was warm and cosy, with an arched window overlooking a wall with grapes dangling,’ readers report. Dine casually in the eating rooms, or more formally in the ‘beautifully decorated’ conservatory. Chef/proprietor Eric Snaith’s parents bought the hotel back in 1988, so he had plenty of time to hone his cooking skills. Having enjoyed a meal at his chippie down the road in Thornham, our readers were disappointed with the hotel fish and chips, but they were replaced without question with a duck dish that was ‘absolutely wonderful, cooked perfectly, with a layered potato, sprout tops and delicious jus’. Breakfast, served by ‘really cheery staff’, was ‘the best we have enjoyed in a hotel for a good few years’. (Kevin and Victoria Seymour, SP)
28. 12 in herb garden, 3 in stables, 1 in Potting Shed, 2 in shepherds’ huts, 18 on ground floor, 2 suitable for disabled.
lounge, bar, conservatory, restaurant, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, in-room treatments, ¼-acre walled garden, public rooms wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.
in restaurant and bar.
all ages welcomed, extra bed £25.
allowed in some rooms (£15 per night), bar, not lounge or restaurant.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £146, singles £131. À la carte £45. 1-night bookings occasionally refused.
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Walking Break Special Offer
WALKING BREAK. Come to the North Norfolk coastline and explore the beauty of the hotel’s surrounding farmland, marshes, and beaches. This walking break includes accommodation for two nights in your choice of room, a hearty breakfast on both mornings, the Head Chef’s delicious, packed lunch on day two, and access to our boot room, with wellies, umbrellas, walking maps and more! With so much wildlife surrounding Titchwell Manor, including the nature reserve right on our doorstep, which is well worth a visit during your stay. The RSPB run regular guided tours, which are a great way to learn about the birds and the reserve. Two-night walking break starts at £290 for a Good Room, midweek on Bed and Breakfast or £450 midweek including Dinner both evenings (based on two sharing) available from 1st November 2022 to 30th March 2023 (subject to availability). Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.
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