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 newly refurbished flint cottage overlooking the RSPB Reserve at Titchwell. From your bedroom window you can watch the geese and migratory birds fly overhead from the marshes. The accommodation is beautifully thought out and very comfortable with an Aga log burning stove for cosy nights.
A contemporary detached four-bedroom barn conversion situated right on the Norfolk coast at Titchwell. It is extremely spacious and very comfortable. You have stunning views across the marsh to the sea from the platform, especially through the telescope!
Goose Cottage is a traditional terraced cottage that has been refurbished to 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.
Sea View Barn
WOW! This unique contemporary barn conversion is in a truly beautiful location and boasts uninterrupted sea views. A short fifteen minute walk along the coastal path to the sea and two minutes to two renowned pubs/restaurants, it offers five en suite bedrooms, four large separate seating areas and a lovely garden which has stunning views to over the marsh and sea. This fabulous house is perfect for large family gatherings, special occasions or for groups of friends to enjoy for a long, relaxing weekend together.