Norfolk Food Festival breaks at Titchwell Manor
3 September 2009
Foodies going along to the Norfolk Food Festival between 19 September and 4 October can treat themselves to an overnight stay at Titchwell Manor Hotel, near Brancaster from just £110 B&B per night for two sharing a double/twin room.
Blending traditional values with chic, contemporary décor the boutique coastal hotel is renowned for its two AA rosette fine dining restaurant and outstanding food presentation.
Chefs Eric Snaith and Ben Handley are ardent about sourcing the best quality local produce for their dishes and work with local estates such as Houghton where they are breeding rare Norfolk Horn sheep and Long Horn beef cattle. Titchwell also sources its venison from Houghton and Red Poll beef from The Queen’s Sandringham estate. Mussels and oysters come from the clean waters and creeks just a few miles from the door while the bass and trout are caught by local fishermen.
The former Victorian farmhouse has 27 bedrooms in either the main period hotel, a cottage or around a courtyard herb garden. Pets are welcome in selected ground floor rooms.
For details see titchwellmanor.com. Further information about the countywide EDP Bidwells Norfolk Food Festival can be found at norfolkfoodfestival.co.uk.