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Win a £670 luxury stay at Titchwell Manor in a room with hot tub

PUBLISHED: 09:41 26 June 2019 | UPDATED: 09:41 26 June 2019

Win a stay at Titchwell Manor

Win a stay at Titchwell Manor

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This month we've got together with one of the county's destination delights to offer readers the fantastic prize of a two-night stay in one of the hotel's new hot tub rooms, plus dinner on both nights

This month we've got together with one of the county's destination delights, Titchwell Manor, to offer readers the fantastic prize of a two-night stay in one of the hotel's new hot tub rooms, plus dinner on both nights. This wonderful prize is worth £670.

Titchwell Manor, a graceful and chic former Victorian farmhouse just along the coast from Brancaster, has been owned by Margaret and Ian Snaith since 1988. It combines traditional values with contemporary accommodation and spectacular, views across open marshes to the North Sea.

The hotel now offers new signature hot tub rooms that feature a 6ft bed that can be a double or twin and French doors that open onto an enclosed private terrace with a wooden hot tub. The fully-equipped bedrooms have light wooden flooring and are styled in earthy greens with soft greys.

Guests can enjoy celebrated gastronomy from head chef Chris Mann and his talented team under the guidance of chef Eric Snaith. Eric's flair and flavours have earned him a reputation for exquisitely presented, innovative, modern European food. The finest local ingredients and cutting edge-techniques have earned the hotel three AA rosettes and Chris the title of EDP Norfolk Food & Drink Awards Chef of the Year 2015.

Whatever the occasion Titchwell Manor can cater for you in the stylish Eating Rooms and Conservatory Restaurant. Are you planning your wedding? The team at Titchwell can help make it a dream day.

For your chance to win a two-night stay at Titchwell Manor, complete the form below:

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