Titchwell Manor, North Norfolk Review- Hotel stays with dogs
For those who enjoying travelling with their dogs, Titchwell Manor– is a wonderful destination. A touch of luxury in your room, great quality food, and beautiful Norfolk beaches right on your doorstep- absolute heaven. We were lucky enough to stay here recently after winning a room for £1 in a competition. Here is our Titchwell Manor review.
We stayed in one of the dog friendly rooms which are conveniently set behind the main hotel so have access to outdoor space. This is very handy for doggy toilet trips.
There is a charge of £15 per dog, which includes; a comfortable, clean dog bed, bowl towels, and personalised bags of treats. The rooms have wooden flooring which is a relief to all dog owners heading from the beach to a plush room!
For the humans, a HUGE comfortable bed with lovely crisp linen.
I loved the welcome tray and enjoyed a hot chocolate after a long, chilly beach walk. The room had plenty of space for us to relax (in the comfy chairs) and for the whippets to snooze in their beds.
The bathroom was also beautiful, with luxurious The White Company products, robes and slippers.
In the hotel itself, dogs are welcome to join you for a drink in the bar or some food in the lounge. There are places that are not appropriate for dogs in the hotel, such as the restaurant, the herb garden and the walled garden. If you prefer, food can be served in your room also.
The food at Titchwell Manor is delicious! We have enjoyed the afternoon tea on previous visits and our good friends have spent Christmas there. On this visit however, as we had the dogs with us, we opt for a trip to our favourite- Erics’s fish and chip, which is just 3 miles down the coast and is owned by Titchwell manor’s head chef Eric Snaith . They were as delicious as ever and greedily devoured after a brisk winter’s beach walk. We are lucky enough to have Eric’s back at home too- read our Erics review here.
The location and beaches:
The location of Titchwell manor is perfect for dog friendly beach walks, and the beaches don’t come much finer than in Norfolk. You are also able to walk the marshes- whichever option you choose, you are able to find plenty of space and fresh air.
Voted UK Beach of the Year 2018, Holkham beach in North Norfolk offers miles of unspoiled golden sand, a bordering forest and sand dunes- a beach lovers paradise. Dog friendly all year round, the wide expanse means that even at busy times a sense of space and solitude can be found here. Arrive early at the beach and you may even get the stretch to yourself!
Neighbouring, Brancaster beach is also vast and breath-taking, you may also find some seals here. Dog friendly all year around, when the tide is out you can spot the remains of SS Vina, a shipwreck that was used by the RAF for target practice before the Normandy landing.
We felt relaxed and at ease staying here as the staff were helpful and friendly. This is really important for us when staying away from home with our dogs.
For dogs needing some space, this hotel can work for you too. Visit at quieter times and the outdoor rooms offer some space and peace for the more nervous dog. Food can be served to your room, or go and enjoy some delicious Eric’s Fish and Chips as mentioned above. There are outdoor tables at Eric’s so it’s dog friendly too.
Our Titchwell Manor review:
We loved our stay here. Finn, who finds it hard to relax away from home, enjoyed it too as you can see! We look forward to returning so that we can try the restaurant. A lovely, comfortable stay and a welcome break! More information, prices and availability here.
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