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The historic, Georgian town of Holt is located in North Norfolk approximately 5 miles from the Norfolk coast.

Holt appears in the 1086 Domesday Book and the history of the town is apparent to visitors who take the time to stroll through the town enjoying the mixture of the original architecture and the many gift and antique shops, cafés, restaurants and art galleries.

Holt has become a year-round location for visitors with the attraction of the North Coast for bird watching, walking or simply relaxing in the winter months.

The impressive Christmas lights are also an attraction for visitors in December, providing an opportunity for Christmas shopping.
Holt High Street

Shops in Holt

Blakenew Seals Holt is central to a number of coastal villages, the most popular ones being Blakeney, Morston, Cley, Sheringham and Cromer.

Ferries to the National Trust Blakeney Point Seal Colony can be taken from Morston and Blakeney. Both of these villages offer good launching for power and sailing boats.

Other National Trust attractions include Fellbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall and near-by is Sheringham Park, famous for it’s amazing display of Rhododendrons and Azaleas during the late Spring. It also has year-round wonderful views of the coast.

Walk in Sheringham
Coastal Walk