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Holt is a Georgian market town in Norfolk.

Get in[edit]

By train[edit]

The town is the terminus of Poppy Line from Sheringham. The station is actually a couple of miles from the town center. The horse-drawn carriage, the "Holt Flyer", has now been discontinued. Passengers must now take a bus to the town center.

By coach[edit]

There is a daily National Express service to London

By bus[edit]

By car[edit]

The town is around 45 minutes drive from Norwich.

Get around[edit]

The town is small enough to get around on foot.


  • Christmas decorations - The town center is beautifully lit up in the weeks before Christmas.
Holt War Memorial
  • In the nearby village of Hunworth the parish Church of St Lawrence, Hunworth Hall and Hunworth Watermill.


Take a walk at Spout Hills, or in the Country Park.


There are many antique shops in the town.


  • Byfords Café/Winebar/Delicatessen, 1-4 Shirehall Plain
  • Taste Of India, 31 Bull St
  • Butlers Cafe Bar Restaurant
The Bell Public House, Hunworth, Norfolk


Try the public bar at the Feathers Hotel.


Go next[edit]

Head to the coast nearby at Blakeney or Morston, or drive further along the coast to Sheringham or Cromer.

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