It’s exciting times on the north Norfolk coast as four award-winning establishments join forces to offer visitors to the area an amazing gourmet break that combines the best in B&B and self-catering accommodation with the finest dining experiences.
Through this unique collaboration between No33, Thornham Deli, Titchwell Manor Hotel and Eric’s Fish and Chips, visitors can book a two night stay at one of five No33 B&B/self catering locations and enjoy discounted meals at AA three-rosette Titchwell Manor and the new hit restaurant, Eric’s Fish and Chips.
Costing from £270, and available from Sunday to Thursday, the offer includes a free bottle of wine on arrival at No33, a three course meal at Titchwell Manor with complimentary canapés, and a two-course meal at Eric’s Fish and Chips.
“Titchwell Manor and Eric’s Fish and Chips are fabulous places for people to enjoy the best that the Norfolk food scene has to offer,” said Janie Thompson, co-owner of Thornham Deli.“It just makes sense for us to link up with Eric [Snaith] and create a package where people can stay in our luxurious holiday properties and enjoy fine dining with one of the best chefs in the county.”
“This is a chance for three businesses to work together to showcase this area,” added Eric Snaith, owner of Titchwell Manor and Eric’s Fish and Chips. “All too often we are all competing to attract customers to our individual establishments, we think this is a very grown-up approach, which allows us to complement each other. We are very proud of our reputation for great food and Janie and her team are, rightly, very proud of their Deli and B&B business. It is set to be a great collaboration.”
Both Janie and Eric are keen to point out that the packages are flexible and can be tailored to meet individual requirements. To discuss and book a two-night #toastofthecoast package call 01485 524352.
Guests booked into either No 33 Hunstanton or its sister luxury B & B at Thornham on 26th September will be able to experience a truly wonderful taste of Norfolk at the inaugural Farmers Market at Thornham Deli.
It’s certainly exciting times at Thornham Deli as co-owners Jeanne Whittome and Janie Thompson prepare for their latest innovation – a monthly Farmer’s Market.
The market, which will take place on the last Saturday of every month, will showcase all that is best about Norfolk. Cheeses, meats, oils, breads, cakes, ales, plus a host of other exciting produce will be on sale from a range of artisan stallholders.
Jeanne Whittome officially opened the doors to No. 33 Hunstanton on the evening of Friday 25 July with a celebration drinks party attended by Marco Pierre White and a number of guests, friends and local businesses.
The evening continued at Samphire Thornham Deli, Jeanne's other new business, where guests enjoyed the new selection of prouduce now on sale in the popular cafe/deli.
To us, No. 33 is Jeanne Whittome’s exciting new boutique hotel in Hunstanton. However, the number 33 is interesting in itself.
33 is the largest positive integer that cannot be expressed as a sum of different triangular numbers. It is also the smallest odd repdigit that is not a prime.....
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How many reasons can you think of to visit North Norfolk? Fresh fish, wide empty beaches?
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Before we've even started, we're pleased to say that, as well as our five unique bedrooms here at No. 33, three delightful new bedrooms will be available in the near future....