Georgian market town four miles inland from the coast with an abundance of shops, cafes and galleries to pass an afternoon.
Catching the Poppy Line Train from Holt to Sheringham. Stylish clothing for the fashion conscious gent at Decorum Menswear. An influx of musicians, poets, actors, dancers, artists and comedians arriving for Holt Festival from 9th to 26th July. A stroll through Holt County Park. Stopping at Back to the Garden farm shop and café on the A148 in Letheringsett. Classic work wear made on the premises in their upstairs workrooms at Old Town. The many antique shops around town. Nelle’s new footware and accessories store with a Scandinavian flavour. Stopping off at Holt Antiques to see their newest pickings. Grabbing lunch and a Norfolk Passport from Byfords for 10% off at selected outlets. A menu full of the best local produce at The Saracens Head between Holt and Aylsham.Fresh fashions, check out Anna, Mrs Jones and Annie & Boo. A stroll through Holt County Park. Stopping at Back to the Garden farm shop and café on the A148 in Letheringsett. Classic work wear made on the premises in their upstairs workrooms at Old Town. There are many antique shops around town.
Did you know?
Local legend tells of an owl that used to pester local residents and was caught and escaped many times, it even managed to escape after being stuffed up a water spout and left to drown, this has led to many places in Holt having reference to the Owl.
Coasthopper bus stops
Coasthopper does not pass through Holt