Cheap Hotels in Titchwell
Briarfields has a tranquil setting and views of Titchwell RSPB salt marshes, home to both freshwater and saltwater wildlife. It has a bar, restaurant and free parking. The restaurant offers locally sourced seafood and meat, and the menu is constantly changing. There is an outside sun lounge area where food can be served. Bedrooms at Briarfields Hotel are individually decorated and each has an en suite bathroom. Features include tea/coffee making facilities.
Hotels in Titchwell
Titchwell is a picturesque village on the north coast of Norfolk, in eastern England. Situated on the ever-popular Norfolk Coastline, the village forms a chain of pretty resorts that stretches from The Wash in the west to the Winterton Dunes in the east.
As such, Titchwell hotels offer the perfect base from which to explore this incredible area.
RSPB Titchwell Marsh
The village is perhaps best known as the home of the beautiful Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve, which is managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
The 420-acre reserve includes reed beds, salt marshes, a freshwater lagoon and a sandy beach. It is home to a few of Britain's rarest birds.
If you are lucky, or have a good pair of binoculars, you might catch a glimpse of a Eurasian bittern, a Pied avocet or a Western marsh harrier.
Norfolk Coast Path
Titchwell is a great place to join the Norfolk Coast Path, which passes through the village. The path runs for 45 miles through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the UK and it is well worth a look, however far you wish to walk.
Brancaster and Brancaster Staithe
Two places that are definitely within walking distance of Titchwell, are Brancaster and Brancaster Staithe. Brancaster Beach is a lovely stretch of sand and a great place to go swimming.
Round the corner is the old Roman fort of Branodonum, which is great to explore and is full of ancient intrigue.
While Brancaster has the beach, Brancaster Staithe, about a five-minute walk to the west, has the fish. It has been a thriving fishing community for centuries, and to this day you can taste some of the freshest fish you'll find anywhere on the planet.
This part of the world is especially famous for its crab and there are many stalls by the water's edge selling shellfish straight off the boat. Of the many fishmongers in town, The Fish Shed is one of the best. It has fresh herbs outside which you can pick up for your supper.
Food and drink
Back in Titchwell and you're probably feeling peckish. Luckily there are some great restaurants in the village that are well worth a visit.
Titchwell Manor is open from breakfast until dinner and serves up British classics at very reasonable prices.
If you're after something a bit more formal, Briarfields, in the centre of the village, has an extensive menu offering fine food and wine for lunch and dinner.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Titchwell
What are the best hotels to stay in Titchwell?According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Titchwell is Briarfields Hotel.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Titchwell?Briarfields Hotel in Titchwell offers one night in a double room at the price of £109.
What hotels are in the central Titchwell neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of Titchwell, you can consider staying at Briarfields Hotel.
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