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Stable Court
"Good Points: Everything brand new and beautifully clean. Bad Points: I got lost but arriving in dark and things hard to find...in daylight it was easy. General review: A very rushed visit ..." More

Holt Community Primary School
"Stopped at this pub for lunch, looked very nice. Went inside and looked nice. Asked the bar maid if food was being served and was pointed to the menus, sat ..." More

Morston Hall
"My wife & I enjoyed the Sunday lunch offering very much indeed, p>Date visited: 14/05/06 ..." More

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Sited seven miles from the sea, Holt has swapped its market for a bevy of antique and curio shops, restaurants and delicatessens. If Burnham is Chelsea-on-Sea, Holt serves as the Fulham of North Norfolk. The town is predominantly Georgian, thanks to the huge fire of May 1 1708 that wiped away a lot of the ancient buildings. It is mentioned in the Doomsday Book, and there has been a church on the site near the market place for over 900 years, although the current St Andrew the Apostle dates from the 14th century. Even in those distant days Holt was the slightly poorer cousin of its coastal neighbours, the church being less grandiose than those at Cromer and Blakeney for instance, but it has a delightfully elegant tree-lined path through the churchyard to the tower entrance. The Georgian architecture of the town is best seen around the market place, with white-washed, pink-washed and sage-green buildings showng the typical eyebrow windows of the style. In the market place too is an impressive cross. Perhaps the town’s main claim to fame is Gresham’s, the school founded in 1555 by Sir John Gresham. Later to become a Lord Mayor of London. The school boasts artistic alumni WH Auden (with a theatre named for him there), Benjamin Britten, and Sir Peter Hall. Another highlight is the county’s last working watermill, on the Glaven, where demonstrations of flour milling can be witnessed. To view the lovely wooded countryside around Holt an attractive option is the North Norfolk Railway, starting from the modest little station at Holt, with just under 11 miles of line for the preserved steam trains to travel on. This is known as the Poppy Line, but in the spring might just as well be called the Primrose Line. And when the ornament of those different flowers has gone in the winter Holt decorates itself, with a magical display of Christmas fairy lights that people travel many miles to see.

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Larking Gowen
William H Summerlee

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Baconsthorpe Castle
Beans Seal Trips
Bircham Contemporary Arts
Bishops Boats Seal Trips
Blakeney Guildhall
Blakeney Point
Cley Mill
Holt Country Park
Letheringsett Watermill
Muckleburgh Collection (The)
Natural Surroundings
NWT Cley Marshes Nature Reserve
Picturecraft of Holt - North Norfolk's Art Centre
Shell Museum and Saint Martins Church
Temple Seal Trips

Doctor

Dr Chapman & Partners

Estate Agent

Abbotts Estate Agents Ltd
Brown William H

G A Key
Marsh John F R I C S
Watsons

Holiday Park

Bracken Lodge and Owls Retreat
Kelling Heath Holiday Park

Inn

The Feathers Hotel

Market

Holt Country Market

Pub and Bar

Kings Head
Red Hart Inn
Ship Inn

Restaurant

Morston Hall
Ship Inn
Yetman's
Yetman’s

School

Gresham's Preparatory School
Gresham's School
Holt Community Primary School

Self-Catering

Bracken Lodge and Owls Retreat
Kelling Heath Holiday Park
Stable Court

Solicitor

Max Willey & Co

Taxi

Coastal Cars
Terrys

Vet

Glaven Veterinary Practice

Sports Clubs

Holt RC (Rugby Union)

Shops

Harts Flowers
Wiveton Hall
Posh Pets
Camphill Communities East Anglia
Letheringsett Water Mill
The Cellar
J A Hunt
Countryman Of Holt
H Siddall & Sons Ltd
Holt Shoes
The Old Reading Room
Michael Chapman Gallery
Art-e-Fax
Field Dalling Gallery
Art Decoy Gallery

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Natural Surroundings

Antiques

Heathfield Antiques
Holt Antiques & Interiors Centre

Activities

Norfolk & Blakeney Point Sailing(Boat Trips and Cruises)

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Crown & Sandys Arms (1.10 miles)

Crown & Sandys Arms

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Situated in the most picturesque black and white village of Ombersley, only three minutes outside of Worcester. This former Coaching Inn has a fantastic history dating back to the 17th ... More

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Hadley Bowling Green Inn (2.03 miles)

Hadley Bowling Green Inn
Welcome to Hadley Bowling Green Inn. The original Inn dates back to the turn of the 16th century and has been the choice of generations as a venue to enjoy fine food, wines and ales. ... More | visit website
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The Leaking Well (2.52 miles)

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The Leaking Well is ideally located for those looking to explore that that Middle England has to offer. Whether you are looking for a convenient 1 night stop over or a more relaxing stay a ... More | visit website
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Stonehill Bed and Breakfast (2.64 miles)

Stonehill Bed and Breakfast

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Stonehill is the ideal Worcestershire Bed and Breakfast. The property is a delightful farmhouse set in a lovely Worcestershire WORKING mixed farm, and provides the perfect holiday, business or family ... More

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Middleton Grange (2.84 miles)

Middleton Grange

Middleton Grange is ideally situated to discover Worcestershire's diverse attractions. Whether you're seeking the tranquillity of canal-side walks, bygone times aboard the Severn Valley Railway, the thrills and spills of the West Midland's Safari Park, or ... More | visit website

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Oaklands B&B (2.84 miles)

Oaklands B&B

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Oaklands is a very attractive cottage style residence converted from stables to make a modern comfortable home with distinctive character. It is located in a quiet semi-rural area with lovely ... More

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Dilmore House (3.10 miles)

Dilmore House

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Dilmore house is a white washed 1850's Victorian Villa situated on the A38 in the village of Fern Hill heath, 2 and a half miles north of Worcester, offering comfortable, ... More

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Woodhampton House B & B (3.68 miles)

Woodhampton House B & B
Woodhampton House - The ideal Worcestershire bed and breakfast. A very warm welcome awaits you at Woodhampton House B&B from the proprietors, Sally and Peter. The property is a delightful coach house dating back to the late ... More | visit website
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Manor Coach House (3.78 miles)

Manor Coach House

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The Manor Coach House B&B, Worcester is situated in semi-rural Hindlip. Our aim is to make your stay truly memorable. We offer beautifully furnished rooms, tastefully designed furnishings with solid ... More

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The Dewdrop Inn (3.95 miles)

The Dewdrop Inn

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The Dewdrop Inn at Lower Broadheath near Worcester has now been reopened. The Inn is a Georgian building which has recently undergone a major refurbishment and now offers comfortable, relaxing ... More

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