The village of Titchwell is on the stunning Norfolk coast and is situated roughly 5 miles from the seaside town of Hunstanton. Titchwell is probably most famous for its RSPB Nature Reserve, which is one of the RSPB's most visited reserves. Due to its mixture of habitats that include marshland, reedbeds, lagoons and tidal creeks, the reserve attracts visitors from all over the UK and beyond. Depending on the time of year, visitors can come and observe birds such as the avocet, marsh harrier and bittern as well as an abundance of waterfowl.
Accommodation in Titchwell
A contemporary detached four-bedroom barn conversion situated right on the Norfolk coast at Titchwell. Extremely spacious and very comfortable with stunning views across the marsh to the sea from the platform, especially through the telescope!
A beautifully presented brick & chalk barn, set in a small development in the small coastal village of Titchwell, renowned for its amazing birdlife and beautiful beach.
Goose Cottage is a traditional terraced cottage of a high standard, overlooking the famous RSPB bird reserve at Titchwell. Geese fly over the marshes in the autumn and winter as well as the migratory birds all year round.
Stylishly furnished throughout, Twitchers Cottage boasts stunning views of the coastline. On winter evenings there is a wood burning stove to cosy up in front of, and on long summer days a delightful patio garden provides panoramic views over the marshes towards Titchwell beach.
May Cottage is simply amongst the very best retreats that North Norfolk can offer. With bespoke furnishing and interiors, coupled with luxury touches and facilities, couples and small groups will fall in love with this wonderful property. With outstanding views of the coastline and of the rolling fields that border the village, May Cottage offers a very literal window to the surrounding landscape.
Out of Focus
Perfectly placed between the rolling countryside and the coast for which the area is famed, Out of Focus offers a wonderful perspective on the natural, wild landscape of North Norfolk. The spacious, open-plan living area is ideal for larger groups, with the addition of a first floor balcony and conservatory giving ample opportunity to sit back, relax and enjoy the view!
Stylishly furnished throughout, The Roost has a cosy wood burning stove for winter and sizeable garden with great views for relaxing in the summer. You can even lie in bed and look out over Titchwell RSPB reserve to the sea beyond.