Titchwell Manor – Titchwell, near Brancaster North Norfolk

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Welcome to Titchwell Manor Hotel & Restaurants

Titchwell Manor is a boutique hotel, overlooking the stunning North Norfolk coastline and marshes, close to Brancaster and Burnham Market. Owned by Margaret and Ian Snaith since 1988, the hotel is now renowned for the fantastic food that their son, Eric, and his team serve in both the Conservatory Restaurant which overlooks the stunning walled garden and The Eating Rooms, the recently redesigned bar and surrounding rooms.

The former Victorian farmhouse has been transformed into an elegant hotel, retaining high ceilings, open fires and adding contemporary rooms around a courtyard herb garden.

Meet the Chef – Eric Snaith

Eric began his career in the pot-wash of family-run Titchwell Manor Hotel at the age of 15. When travelling around Australia in 1999/2000, he began working as a chef in various kitchens which inspired his passion for cooking.

On his return to England, he worked as Sous Chef at the Rose & Crown in Snettisham. In 2003 he returned as Head Chef to Titchwell Manor, which his family have owned for 25 years, where he swiftly gained the hotel two rosettes.

Eric has been at Titchwell Manor ever since and has gained a reputation for producing experimental and innovative food using the finest local ingredients and cutting-edge techniques, reflecting his self-taught ability and enthusiasm for modern food. There is now a team of at least 9 in the kitchen at Titchwell Manor, which is a 27 bedroom boutique hotel, which has recently won the East of England Tourism Award for Best Small Hotel and the EDP Best Small Hotel Award. EDP Norfolk Chef of the year just to add to the story!!

Contact: http://www.titchwellmanor.com

Follow Eric on Twitter: @TitchwellManor

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