Holt

Wander around the historic Norfolk town of Holt and you will soon feel all your cares slip away. Rebuilt after a devastating fire in 1708, Holt has a wonderful character with colourful Georgian buildings and a modest parish church that is open to visitors. There are plenty of unusual shops, a spacious market place and the town is surrounded by wooded parks. A jumble of streets and alleyways descend from the main High Street, where you can find pubs, cafes, galleries, and shops to enjoy. There is a splendid country park just to the south of Holt and the North Norfolk Railway (The Poppy Line) runs from Holt station to Sheringham.
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Holt is particularly attractive at Christmas, when all the shops are covered in pretty white fairy lights, making for a really festive wonderland. Another of Norfolk’s top attractions can be found just a short distance away - Letheringsett Mill - Norfolk’s only flour producing watermill. Built in 1802, visitors can see working demonstrations of this incredible machine, enjoy guided tours and browse the Mill Shop.

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While enjoying this beautiful market town, why not stay for a long weekend and reside in a stunning period house. The Dales Country House HotelSea Marge Hotel and the offer both luxury and a taste of history that help make your stay a memorable one.