Titchwell Manor near Brancaster sits on the North Norfolk coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is just a stone’s throw away from the sea and sand.
The four-star 28-bedroom boutique country retreat offers relaxed fine dining, luxury accommodation and plenty of outdoor space to explore or relax in.
Owned by Margaret and Ian Snaith since 1988, the former Victorian farmhouse offers a combination of tradition and contemporary throughout. But it’s most impressive offering is the stunning, uninterrupted views across open marches and out to the North Sea. Breath-taking.
A good selection of the hotel’s individually designed rooms have access to outdoor patio areas, providing guests with the perfect space to dine in al-fresco elegance.
Voted one of the best places to stay in 2019 by The Sunday Times, Titchwell Manor’s rooms are a mix of in-house and shepherds’ huts, and all present clean and crisp interiors.
Food wise, there’s plenty on offer from both the hotel, run by chef-owner Eric Snaith and head chef Chris Mann, as well as neat independent businesses a short drive away.
Inside, guests can choose from the Eating Rooms, a venue with bold designs and a terrace that floods the dining room with light. There’s also the conservatory, a more formal venue with views of the walled garden, where guests can enjoy modern cuisine. Outside, there’s Eric’s Fish and Chips and Eric’s Pizza.
Guests won’t be short of activities when looking for something to do in the local area, with Norfolk providing some of the most stunning landscapes to explore.
Should walking and beachcombing not tickle your fancy, then don’t despair as local attractions, towns and other activities are abundant, including Norfolk Lavender fields, Holt Market Town, Holkham Hall and harbour town Blakeney.
Also close by is picturesque port and market town of Kings Lynn, which dates back beyond 1537 and is filled with lots to do.