Titchwell Manor

UK England East Anglia Norfolk

  • Bar
  • Gardens & Grounds
  • Restaurant
  • Wifi
  • Beaches
  • Walking
A tremendous North Norfolk Coast country boutique hotel with great food.
Looking out over the coastal salt marshes, Titchwell Manor is about as comfortable and stylish place to enjoy the North Norfolk Coast as you will find. Fashioned out of a large and not especially distinguished redbrick Victorian farmhouse, it ticks all the right boxes for a short break, with 26 boutique rooms and a reputation for food that puts it head and shoulders above its competitors on a coast that's not exactly short of good places to eat.

First the rooms. There are nine rooms in the main building, with the rest arranged around the u-shaped stable block courtyard behind; they're all individually styled, with retro furniture, clean, crisp lines and a bold colour palette that makes you think of the sea. Pricewise, they range from the cheapest 'Good' doubles through 'Better and 'Best' up to the largest 'Signature' rooms. 'Good' rooms tend to be in the main house and be a bit smaller, with king-size beds; 'Better' and 'Best' rooms are in the stable block and a bit more contemporary, with king-size beds and (sometimes) sea views as well; 'Best' rooms have freestanding baths and  separate showers, while Signature are naturally the largest and have complimentary soft drinks, Nespresso coffee machines and bluetooth speakers – and a couple have their own terraces with private hot tubs. All the rooms have good wifi, flatscreen Smart TVs, hairdryers and robes, tea- and coffee-making facilities, and spacious and recently updated en-suite bathrooms with White Company toiletries. It's nice to know also that around a third of the rooms are dog-friendly; Titchwell Manor is certainly a good place to bring your dog if you have one, with great walks in all directions, including the long-distance Norfolk Coast Path and Peddars Way.  And if you come back to your room tired and a little sore, then the hotel has the perfect antidote – in-room massages and holistic therapies that will have you in dreamland.

As for the rest of the hotel, it's bright and contemporary, with a sunny coastal feel that is perfectly in tune with its seaside location. There are two restaurants, the casual, dog-friendly Eating Rooms and the more formal Conservatory, in both of which you can enjoy their 3 AA-rosette menu and on Sunday a groaning buffet and a choice of roasts. They serve a delicious breakfast and a popular afternoon tea every day in the Eating Rooms, and the hotel is also behind nearby Thornham's superb fish-and-chip shop, Eric's, which serves both traditional chippy offerings along with halloumi spinach arancini, Japanese style fish burger, battered king prawns and more. Titchwell Manor have been awarded the AA COVID-19 confident accreditation, this means they have the necessary risk assessment, safety measures and staff training to be open safely.

 A tremendous country hotel with great food, this really is the North Norfolk Coast at its best.

Our Favourite Room

Our Signature Hot Tub rooms are ideal if you're looking for even more luxury... Guests are greeted with the beautiful decor and their very own private courtyard with a hot tub, fluffy dressing gowns and a delicious homemade tipple are also available! 

What’s special about our area?

The hotel is surrounded by the beautiful North Norfolk beaches and nature making it the perfect place to explore and visit. 

Best local places to eat and drink?

There are two options for dining within the hotel, the eating rooms and the conservatory.  Guests can enjoy celebrated gastronomy courtesy of Head Chef Chris Mann under the guidance of Owner/ Chef Eric Snaith. The chef's flair and flavours has earned us a reputation for exquisitely presented, innovative, modern European food. The finest local ingredients and cutting edge-techniques have won us three AA rosettes.


In the next village, Thornham, Eric's fish and chips is a local favourite, and this is soon to be expanded to include a wood fired pizza restaurant.  Both have lots of outdoor spaces for dining and the orchard available too, for a really relaxed meal.

Why stay with us?

The pretty walled garden is perfect for relaxing and unwinding in, as well as our lounges, often with a roaring open fire. 

We offer a delicious, relaxed Sunday lunch to order, a choice of wonderful local beef, pork or lamb (with all the trimmings!) or a delicious veggie option. Up next is dessert, for example chocolate and praline gateaux, lemon tarts and raspberry pavlovas. Guests can enjoy listening to live acoustic music by Andy Cleveland and take advantage of children under the age of 12 receiving a free goodie bag and eating for free* (one child per each paying adult). We also have a bottomless option where a glass of sparkly prosecco, crisp white, fresh rosé, or smooth red can be enjoyed.

Afternoon Tea is available daily, guests can have their pick of treats with assorted freshly made cakes and sandwiches, macaroons and freshly baked scones alongside tea from the Rare Tea Company. For true indulgence why not sip on a glass of Moutard Champagne whilst taking in the beautiful views from our restaurants.

Rooms

There are 26 guest rooms, 9 in the main building and the rest across the courtyard behind, ranging from 'Good' to 'Better' to 'Best' doubles to 'Signature rooms, some of which have hot tubs. Titchwell Manor have 8 dog-friendly rooms and dogs are also welcome in the bar. 

Price

Double rooms £130–£230 a night; Signature rooms £235 - £325 a night – all rates include breakfast. Dogs are charged at £15 per dog per night and are greeted on arrival with dog bed, towel, biscuits and walking map.

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Location

Contact Website  01485 210 221  Titchwell Manor, Titchwell Manor, Titchwell, Near Brancaster, Norfolk PE31 8BB

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Great service, super comfy, delicious food and fab design

I had such a great stay at Titchwell Manor, the staff are all really friendly, it was the most comfy bed, and the decor is so vibrant. The food in the restaurant was beautifully presented and delicious. There is loads to do in the area and after a nice long walk to go back and cosy up in front of a roaring fire with a glass if wine in hand was so relaxing. I would highly recommend staying - I cannot wait to go back. This is a boutique hotel in it's true form.
Mar 20, 2020 by Emma Gaymer

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