Famous firstly for Holkham Hall, the ancestral seat of the Earls of Leicester, and secondly for having one of the UK’s best beaches. Take a shaded walk through the deer park or explore Holkham Bay and the golden sands that roll on for miles.
A relaxing lake cruise or fun filled water zorbing on the lake in Holkham Park. Hiring a bike and take a ride through the quiet lanes of North Norfolk. Rentals available from inside the park. Enjoying a picnic in Holkham Park. Finding out more about Holkham’s farming heritage and the relationship between the land and food production at the new ‘Field to Fork’ exhibition, Stocking up on wine from Adnams Cellar and Kitchen store. Tasting the seasonal produce, much of it grown and raised on Holkham Estate, on the menu and enjoying a good night’s sleep at The Victoria. Checking out the independent shops of Holkham Village, including Bringing The Outside In, Nomad & The Bowerbird and Everything Outdoor. Walking for miles on Holkham Beach – it just goes on and on. North Norfolk’s largest celebration of Food and Drink at the North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival – Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th September 2016.
Perfect beach for
Everyone. Miles of golden sand and pinewoods to explore. Voted Best Beach in the UK Coast Awards for three years running.
Did you know?
Holkham has been the setting for many TV shows and films recently including ITV’s Kingdom and BAFTA nominated film The Duchess starring Keira Knightly.
Coasthopper bus stop
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