The unique North Norfolk Georgian town of Holt, is a very popular holiday destination both for staying in, and visiting during your holiday. The town centre has an elegant feel with a number of narrow lanes running off the high street.
Immediately apparent is the staggering number of individual shops & art galleries it has, plus nowhere of similar size in East Anglia has quite a concentration of cafes & tea rooms than Holt does.
On the edge of the town you can enjoy the 200 acre green flag awarded Country Park, home to over 30 species of trees and an array of wildlife.
The area offers excellent bird watching opportunities including at the oldest Wildlife Nature reserve in the country, Cley and at the well-known Blakeney Point, which is a mile stretch of sand & shingle, both of which are set in An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and found just six miles away from Holt.
Experience yesterday from Holt with a trip on a Diesel or Steam train running through the beautiful coastal countryside towards Sheringham via Weybourne, The North Norfolk Railway (Poppy Line) also hold a number of unique family events throughout the year including, “a day out with Thomas The Tank Engine,” “Murder Mystery Evenings,” and the very popular “1940’s Weekend”
With easy access to a number of seaside towns and stunning sandy beaches, it is easy to see why Holt is a perfect location to be based in for a holiday in North Norfolk.