“Titchwell Marsh, a birdwatchers’ paradise, stretches before you at this small, elegant, privately owned hotel that began life as a Victorian farmhouse but now boasts ‘Eating Rooms’ decorated in sky blue and white stripes and matching blue painted panelling, a further Conservatory dining room and fresh and pretty bedrooms, some overlooking a courtyard herb garden. Golfing is close at hand, with two championship courses just minutes away. But it’s the Norfolk coast, with its compelling marshes and its huge skies, that really makes a stay here special.
Written by Fiona Duncan
“Titchwell Manor is owned by Margaret Snaith and her husband Ian who bought it back in 1988. They have since transformed the former Victorian farmhouse into an elegant hotel, retaining the high ceilings and open fires in the ground floor lounges and Eating Rooms, and adding contemporary new rooms around a courtyard herb garden.
The Conservatory Restaurant has three AA Rosettes and overlooks the walled garden. Head Chef Eric Snaith (Margaret and Ian's son) and his team source local produce from Brancaster Oysters, Lobsters and Mussels to Houghton Venison.”