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Welcome to Holt Norfolk, a local portal for the town and the surrounding area of Norfolk.

The content of this website includes a searchable directory of businesses and services in and around Holt, an image gallery containing photographs of local landmarks and Norfolk scenes, plus several articles on relevant topics. To find what you are looking for, use the links in the left hand column of each page to navigate to your desired area of the site.

If you are travelling here for the first time, we have written directions for how best to get here from a number of nearby towns and cities. For more information and to view a road and/or satellite map, please see our directions page.

To find out more about Holt and its community, we recommend looking through the selection of books available about the town. Links to buy books securely online are provided, but you may also be able to find them in the many shops in the town, such as those in the retail category of our directory.

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Holt Accommodation

A number of the very best hotels, B&Bs and other places to stay in and around Holt advertise in the Holt Norfolk directory. If you are planning on staying overnight, please take a look at the listings in the accommodation category of our online directory. Be sure to mention Holt Norfolk when contacting any of the hotels, bed & breakfasts, holiday cottages or caravan and camping sites listed.

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About Holt

The Norfolk market town of Holt has a population of a little over 3,500. It is dominated by lovely Georgian architecture dating back to the rebuilding of the town following the Great Fire in the early 18th century.

A popular time to visit is just before Christmas, as the town’s Christmas lights display always attracts people anxious to catch the Christmas spirit while looking at the interesting selection of shops here.

June is also a busy time of year, as the parks attract visitors keen to enjoy the long summer days and the annual arts festival provides entertainment and culture for all. However, any time of year is good for soaking up the relaxed atmosphere and admiring the town’s elegant buildings and historic streets.

Those arriving by road will find Holt on the A148 from King’s Lynn to Cromer. Train travellers on the national rail network will have to make their way by taxi, bus or the historic ‘Poppy Line’ train service from Sheringham.

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