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Holt is a Georgian market town in Norfolk.

Get in

By train

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

There is a daily National Express service to London

By bus

By car

The town is around 45 minutes drive from Norwich.

Get around

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


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


Try the public bar at the Feathers Hotel.


Go next

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

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