Holt cottage holidays Holiday rentals - country and coastal cottage to rent in Holt
Holt is a pretty market town with it's own unique character. Located 37 km North of Norwich, 56 km East of King’s Lynn and 15 km West of Cromer. Holt has plenty of independant shops, boutiques, antique and book shops, art galleries. There are several places to eat along the high street or down charming courtyards and alleyways. The town is very popular with tourists and locals alike. Photographers, hikers, cyclists, tourists, families and artists are drawn to the town because there’s so much to see and do.
Holt has an annual summer arts festival in July that includes music, cinema, art and literature. In late November the town looks like a Christmas card with most shops decorated with twinkly fairy lights. The Holt Owl Trail is tour of Holt’s historic Georgian town centre and should take around 45 minutes to complete. Follow the 24 numbered pavement plaques around town to reveal some of Holt's hidden secrets.
|At a glance...|
|Stateley homes and gardens||✔|
|Nearest beach||Weybourne (7kms)|
|Nearest airport||Norwich (32km)|
|Nearest train station||Holt|
Things to see & do in Holt
Holt and the surrounding area is full of pretty villages, expanding coastline and countryside to explore.
|A few suggestions...|
|Take a steam train on the Poppy Line to Sheringham||✔|
|Holt Country Park||✔|
|Pensthorpe Nature Reserve||✔|
|Take a boat trips at Blakeney to see the Seals||✔|
|Visit Holkham or Felbrigg Hall and Gardens||✔|
|Visit Baconsthorpe Castle||✔|
|Spend the day at Norfolk Wildlife Trudt Cley Marshes||✔|
Our view on Holt
Holt is a vibrant and affluent town that has something to offer everyone, whatever their age all year round. With beautiful unspoilt countryside, wide open sandy beaches, stunning coastline and nature reserves, it is a haven for coulpes, families and friends who want to relax and enjoy a slower pace of life that Norfolk has to offer.