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Titchwell Manor Hotel
Titchwell
Brancaster
Norfolk

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Located on the North Norfolk coast, Titchwell Manor has something for everyone. With a newly renovated bar and restaurant it exudes luxurious style and offers two restaurants for all residents and non-residents to choose from.

Take a stroll in to the “Eating Rooms” - a relaxed, more casual dining experience with an a la carté menu, and cosy up next to a roaring fire with views from the window of the rolling waves. Alternatively, experience fine dining at its best and try our 7 course conversation menu in the “Conservatory Restaurant” where you can look out onto our walled garden while you work your way through each dish, all skilfully composed by Head Chef, Eric Sniath.

Several of the bedrooms in the main hotel take advantage of the magnificent sea views, while 13 bedrooms are located in our well established (and well used!) herb garden. All rooms are en-suite and have a contemporary style with plasma TVs whilst the use of natural materials create a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere.

Details

Ratings/Awards: AA 87% quality 3 Star
ETB Gold award
AA Mobility award Z
Number of Rooms: 26
Number Ensuite: 26

Price per Person

Double: From £55
Twin: From £65
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Restaurant

Name: Garden Restaurant and Seafood Bar
Cuisine: Modern European/Fish & Grills
Chef: Eric Snaith
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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