Titchwell Manor Hotel announces rebrand

Titchwell Manor rebrands to further enhance and reflect the ongoing developments within the hotel that very much connect with the surrounding landscapes and natural beauty. 

Prompted by the continual commitment to update and invest in the product and offer, a branding refresh at Titchwell Manor aligned well. Working alongside a team of marketing experts, the rebranding has entailed producing a new set of logos along with signage, brochures, stationary, uniforms and updates to all digital channels including a new website. 

The colour palette, tone of voice and variety of branding options have been designed to reflect the location and experience as much as possible and connect with the relevant time of the year in surrounding nature. 

Eric Snaith, owner, said: “The new branding will give the hotel a more contemporary feel, that will reflect some of the physical updates that we have made in the bedrooms, keeping the styling fresh and clean, using soft colours inspired by the countryside around us. Our location is stunning all year round, and we wanted to connect with that as a priority in our branding. I am delighted with what we have achieved as a result, after much discussion and exploration of ideas with the team.

Having had a particularly challenging period through the pandemic we are pleased to be able to continue to expand and develop our service offering and reflect this through our new identity.”

Titchwell Manor Hotel was bought by Ian and Margaret Snaith in 1988, and remains in the family, with Eric now leading the team. The hotel boasts 4 stars, 3 AA Rosettes and a place in The Top 50 boutique hotels in the UK. A country-style retreat, with 26 beautifully bespoke bedrooms, two shepherds’ huts, events and weddings spaces, and relaxed fine-dining, it is located just a stone’s throw from the North Norfolk coastline and beaches, and less than a mile from a stunning RSPB nature reserve making it an ideal setting for bird watchers, families and keen walkers. There are two spaces for dining within the hotel: the eating rooms and relaxed bar area, or more formal light and spacious conservatory. Alternatively, Eric’s Fish and Chips and Eric’s Pizza are just down the road in the next village of Thornham. All serve exceptional quality and award-winning food.


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