Holt, Norfolk, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Holt

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The SpaceOn the edge of the historic Georgian market town of Holt this single-storey converted barn provides perfect holiday accommodation for discerning visitors. The Stables is only a stones throw from the Holt Country Park and just a few miles inland from the North Norfolk Coast with its wealth of beaches and nature reserves. Having previously run their own Bed & Breakfast in Bakewell, Derbyshire, Jane and David have recently relocated to Holt, where they now invite you to join them and where you will be assured the same warm and friendly welcome to their home. Throughout your stay you will be their only paying guests, enjoying a comfortable double room with en suite including Whirlpool bath and shower. At the mezzanine level you have your own sitting area with TV and sofa. Being on the ground floor you will have direct level access to your room from the garden. Once inside there are stairs to the mezzanine lounge and one further step down into the dining room. Comfortable double room with direct access from the garden En-suite facilities Your own private sitting room Tea and coffee making facilities Freeview TV Wireless broadband throughout the house Enclosed garden with patio and furniture Gated parking Secure cycle/ sports equipment store The Stables is strictly no smoking throughout. Full English breakfast, or a lighter alternative if you prefer, will be served daily at 8:30 a.m. However we will always do our best to meet requests to vary this. Guests are asked not to arrive before 4 p.m. and rooms should be vacated by 10.00 a.m. on the day of departure unless agreed by prior arrangement. Price: - £80.00 per night for two sharing the room. We request a minimum of two nights stay. Please note that we are unable to accept card payments. Do feel free to check out our (EMAIL HIDDEN)
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Excellent
20 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The Space•Complimentary WIFI for our guests •Sitting Room which is tastefully lit, includes a log burner, sofa, easy chairs in bay window, Flatscreen TV, DVD player, CD Radio Hi-fi. • Kitchen Diner Hand made kitchen in beech on the clean Shaker style line. It is well equipped with good quality fittings, all stainless steel utensils, Fridge, Dishwasher, Microwave, Electric oven, Gas hob, Toaster, iron & ironing board. Seating for 4 people. • Inner Lobby with flagstone floor, leading to • Downstairs cloakroom with WC, shaver point, wash basin and washing machine. • Bedroom 1 has large double bed, bedside cabinets, table lamps, cupboard, flatscreen TV, hairdryer, hanging space for clothes. • Bedroom 2 is twin bedded, bedside cabinets, chest of draws, hanging space for clothes. • Bathroom with over-bath shower, wash basin, WC, shaver point. Sorry, no pets allowed. The NeighborhoodJust a short drive from the coast and surrounded by beautiful countryside Holt is a great base from which to discover Norfolk. Nash cottage is the perfect spot for your getaway in this bustling and charming town. With loads to see and do in Holt itself this is the perfect holiday destination if you are looking for convenience as well the chance to explore. Getting AroundOff-road parking is available for one car at the front of the cottage.
house
3br house
    This detached house is situated on theoutskirts of Holt in Norfolk and sleeps six people in three bedrooms. Ingleside is a detached house on the edge of the market town of Holt in Norfolk. This cottage sleeps six people in three double bedrooms. The cottage also has a bathroom, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, study and conservatory. Outside there is off road parking for three cars and a private enclosed garden with patio, ponds, water features, hot tub, furniture and barbecue. Ingleside is an ideal holiday home for exploring the many attractions close by, the Norfolk coast and the city of Norwich. Amenities: Gas central heating with electric fire in conservatory. Electric oven, gas hob, combination microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 5 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD, selection of books and DVDs, computer with broadband. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 3 cars. Private enclosed garden with patio, ponds, water features, furniture and BBQ. Hot tub. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 10 mins walk. Note: There are unfenced ponds and water features in the garden. Note: No children at this property. Region: Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk. Town: Holt is a market town in Norfolk with shops, restaurants and narrow lanes and courtyards. Within easy travelling distance are Sheringham, Cromer and the city of Norwich. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This detached house is situated on theoutskirts of Holt in Norfolk and sleeps six people in three bedrooms. Ingleside is a detached house on the edge of the market town of Holt in Norfolk. This cottage sleeps six people in three double bedrooms. The cottage also has a bathroom, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, study and conservatory. Outside there is off road parking for three cars and a private enclosed garden with patio, ponds, water features, hot tub, furniture and barbecue. Ingleside is an ideal holiday home for exploring the many attractions close by, the Norfolk coast and the city of Norwich. Amenities: Gas central heating with electric fire in conservatory. Electric oven, gas hob, combination microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 5 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD, selection of books and DVDs, computer with broadband. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 3 cars. Private enclosed garden with patio, ponds, water features, furniture and BBQ. Hot tub. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 10 mins walk. Note: There are unfenced ponds and water features in the garden. Note: No children at this property. Region: Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk. Town: Holt is a market town in Norfolk with shops, restaurants and narrow lanes and courtyards. Within easy travelling distance are Sheringham, Cromer and the city of Norwich. Additional amenities include: cooker.
    cottage
    Excellent
    6 reviews
    2br cottage
      Its prime location makes Nash Cottage the ideal place to stay and explore the popular Georgian town of Holt and the amazing North Norfolk coast. If you're searching for the perfect cottage for a family holiday or romantic escape to North Norfolk, look no further than Nash Cottage. There are two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin Both bedrooms have LED TVs. A travel cot is available on request. Linen and towels are provided for guests. There is one upstairs bathroom with a bath, handheld shower, basin and WC. The bespoke hand-made fitted kitchen contains an electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge with small freezer and dishwasher, large butler sink & mixer tap, kettle & toaster, dinning table with seating for 4. The living room has a sofa and 2 easy chairs, a log burner, LED TV with access to free view, DVD player, CD player, library of books and games. Please note the original staircase is quite steep. Off-road parking for 1 car on the gravel drive at the front of the property The perfect cottage for a family holiday or romantic escape to North Norfolk Nash Cottage charming period property yards from the town centre. The ideal holiday base central to all the areas attractions and only 4 miles from Weybourne Beach.
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      The SpaceSwallowtails is set in the stunning grounds of Holt Hall in a idyllic glade surrounded by woodlands, but just a ten minute walk from the centre of the charming vibrant Georgian town of Holt. Our beautifully crafted yurts are situated in sunny end of the Swallowtails camping glade. Our stylish luxury yurts have extremely comfy king sized beds and a single daybed with pull out mattress trundle sleeping 4 people (6 people can comfortably fit in the space available if you bring your own additional camp beds). All yurts have wood burning stoves and are felt insulated to keep you super cosy in the night no matter what time of the year. Yurts are equipped with lighting, bedding, rugs, cooking equipment, 6 person wicker picnic hampers and lots of other little touches designed to make your stay as hassle free and comfortable as possible. All the yurts are made from breathable canvas which gives guests much better air quality compared to synthetic materials. At 18ft in diameter, you have a real sense of space inside the yurts with opening wooden windows and door windows to light the interior in the day. Our yurts are as stylish and comfortable as any boutique hotel or B&B room! You are provided with your own raised fire pit/BBQ grill as well as a large gas BBQ to cook up your camp food. In order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown ups to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. You'll return home from your stay with us enriched by your experiences and recharged. We would love to welcome you to 'Swallowtails'. Guest AccessAll guests have the run of the Holt Hall grounds including the woodlands and the lake area with pond dipping platform. The yurts have access to their own compost loos and the main toilets and showers. There is also a washing up hut and supplies shack for basic essentials for camping including additional firewood (one complimentary basket of wood is provided). Holt Hall produce their own charcoal for you to purchase for your BBQs. That's a seriously low carbon footprint! As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown up to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. Interaction with GuestsIn order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating with each yurt, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). Our variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity which we run in the school holidays are a great way for young and old to get to know each other. The NeighborhoodSwallowtails ticks all the boxes for the perfect camping holiday. We are just a couple of miles from the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. We are situated on the outskirts of the charming and vibrant town of Holt. The town of Holt with its many gastro pubs and an array of galleries, antique shops, gift shops, clothes shops and the well known food hall, Bakers and Larners provides plenty to do on the days you are not on the beach. Things to do: - Byfords is part of the fabric of Holt and offers everything from tea and cake through to a three course meal all day and in the evening, freshly baked bread and a delicatessens. Open seven days a week, Byford’s is located in what is thought to be the oldest building in Holt and is definitely worth a visit. - 'The Watermark Wine Bar & Restaurant' is in the heart of Holt and has been recently refurbished and serves a varied and locally sourced food throughout the day, whilst also offering the chance to have a glass of wine and relax during the evening. - 'Cookie’s Crab Shop' in coastal village of Salthouse is more than its name suggests. This is a must for anyone wanting to experience the authentic taste and views of the North Norfolk coast in one go. The seafood platters are delicious and you can even watch the fishermen as they bring in the daily catch! - 'The Dun Cow', close to Cookie’s Crab Shop, is a stylish and characterful pub serving delicious and locally sourced food. - The King’s Head (Holt) is a fine local hostelry with a restaurant. The pub has two bars and the 'STEAK' restaurant serving, as you probably guessed, chargrilled steaks as a speciality. - The King’s Head (Letheringsett) is another stylish restaurant and has a lovely big garden where the kids can run around to their heart content. - The Owl Cafe which is only a few minutes walk from the campsite is a quaint little tea room serving homemade food throughout the day. - Another lovely cafe is the 'Black Apollo' with the best coffee in Holt! Things to do: - BeWILDerwood is a unique and wonderful day out with 'Boggles' and 'Twiggles' roaming around in the woods! There is a giant tree top playground with activities and events during the summer. - Pensthorpe Natural Park, home of BBC’s 'Springwatch' for a number of years, is an award-winning mix of meandering nature trails, beguiling woodland walks, and a showcase for British wildlife and nature conservation. it has a restaurant and shops too. - 'Dinosaur Adventure' has a life-size dinosaur trail, animal enclosures, deer park, animal petting area, adventure playground and massive indoor play barn with go-kart track. - 'Davenport's Magic Kingdom' an attraction dedicated to magic is a great rainy day alternative. - You can head to the UK’s largest indoor model experience at the newly opened Wroxham Miniature Worlds. - If you fancy an indoor swim, the Pinewood Leisure Centre is close by or alternatively, you can go to 'Splash' in Sheringham which a swimming pool which has a large slide and wave machine! - There are a number of delightful woodland walks close by including the National Trust properties of Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall (home of Ann Bolynn) or Holt Country Park which is within walking distance of the campsite just on the outskirts of Holt and is a 'Green Flag' award winner. - There are a wealth of beaches nearby as can be expected from North Norfolk. Sheringham beach is a very family friendly beach next to a quaint and traditional seaside town. West Runton (great for rockpooling), Cromer (great for crabbing off the pier) and Overstrand beaches are all closeby. Morston Quay offers seal rides (booking in advance is advised). Slightly further afield, the beaches of Holkham, Brancaster and Wells-next-the-Sea offer wide expansive beaches synonymous with North Norfolk and have been voted some of the best beaches in the world according to our national press. - Gressenhall Workhouse Museum is a truly unique museum. Visit its 50-acre site and discover the 'Museum of life on the land', traditional farm with rare breed animals, beautiful, unspoilt grounds and exciting adventure playground. - Wroxham Barns has a restaurant, arts and crafts supply store and open farm. Explore Norwich: - Norwich Castle Museum - Norwich Cathedral - Sainsbury Centre (World Class Art Gallery) - Strangers Hall - Elm Hill (medieval part of Norwich) - Norwich Market (one of the oldest markets in Europe) - Norwich Lanes (alternative/independent shops) - Cinema City (independent cinema) Getting AroundThe North Norfolk Railway Line (locally known as the Poppy Line) starts close by at Holt Train Station destined for the lovely seaside town of Sheringham. There are regular trains to Norwich and beyond from Sheringham. Alternatively, the Bure Valley Miniature Railway departs from town of Aylsham and takes you to Wroxham which is at the heart of the Norfolk Broads and can be a launch pad for a boating day on the Broads. - Enjoy the coast via the 'Coasthopper' bus service which offers a whole day ticket allowing you to jump on and off at any point along the coast. The closest bus stop is in Weybourne which is just up the road from the campsite. There are a good range of buses from Holt that can take you to the coast, Norwich and around the county. - The 'Norfolk Coast Cycleway' extends from King's Lynn in the west to Great Yarmouth in the east. The 'Holt Explorer Route' is close to Holt Hall and can be picked up at the end of Kelling Road which allows you to experience some of the wonderful cycling opportunities away from the busier main coastal roads. This cycle ride includes the Wildflower and Countryside Centre at 'Natural Surroundings' close to the River Glaven and the charming Glandford Shell Museum. If you would like us to organise cycle hire then please let us know in advance and we can arrange this for you through 'Huff and Puff' cycle hire. - 'Peddars Way' and Norfolk Coast Path are ancient roman roads. You can easily join these paths from Holt Hall with the coast only a couple of miles from the campsite. The majority of the path runs through an area of outstanding natural beauty. Just on the doorstep of Holt, the path will take you to the internationally rare salt marshes of Cley with its array of waders, and beyond to Blakeney Point where you can get up close to the seal colonies. Alternatively you can head east and enjoy the sheer cliff tops paths of Sheringham and Cromer. Other Things to NoteWe also provide grass tent, campervan and caravan pitches for campers. No electric hook up on any of the pitches. No dogs allowed.
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      The SpaceSwallowtails is set in the stunning grounds of Holt Hall in a idyllic glade surrounded by woodlands, but just a ten minute walk from the centre of the charming vibrant Georgian town of Holt. Our beautifully crafted yurts are situated in sunny end of the Swallowtails camping glade. Our stylish luxury yurts have extremely comfy king sized beds and a single daybed with pull out mattress trundle sleeping 4 people (6 people can comfortably fit in the space available if you bring your own additional camp beds). All yurts have wood burning stoves and are felt insulated to keep you super cosy in the night no matter what time of the year. Yurts are equipped with lighting, bedding, rugs, cooking equipment, 6 person wicker picnic hampers and lots of other little touches designed to make your stay as hassle free and comfortable as possible. All the yurts are made from breathable canvas which gives guests much better air quality compared to synthetic materials. At 18ft in diameter, you have a real sense of space inside the yurts with opening wooden windows and door windows to light the interior in the day. Our yurts are as stylish and comfortable as any boutique hotel or B&B room! You are provided with your own raised fire pit/BBQ grill as well as a large gas BBQ to cook up your camp food. In order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown ups to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. You'll return home from your stay with us enriched by your experiences and recharged. We would love to welcome you to 'Swallowtails'. Guest AccessAll guests have the run of the Holt Hall grounds including the woodlands and the lake area with pond dipping platform. The yurts have access to their own compost loos and the main toilets and showers. There is also a washing up hut and supplies shack for basic essentials for camping including additional firewood (one complimentary basket of wood is provided). Holt Hall produce their own charcoal for you to purchase for your BBQs. That's a seriously low carbon footprint! As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown up to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. Interaction with GuestsIn order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating with each yurt, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). Our variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity which we run in the school holidays are a great way for young and old to get to know each other. The NeighborhoodSwallowtails ticks all the boxes for the perfect camping holiday. We are just a couple of miles from the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. We are situated on the outskirts of the charming and vibrant town of Holt. The town of Holt with its many gastro pubs and an array of galleries, antique shops, gift shops, clothes shops and the well known food hall, Bakers and Larners provides plenty to do on the days you are not on the beach. Things to do: - Byfords is part of the fabric of Holt and offers everything from tea and cake through to a three course meal all day and in the evening, freshly baked bread and a delicatessens. Open seven days a week, Byford’s is located in what is thought to be the oldest building in Holt and is definitely worth a visit. - 'The Watermark Wine Bar & Restaurant' is in the heart of Holt and has been recently refurbished and serves a varied and locally sourced food throughout the day, whilst also offering the chance to have a glass of wine and relax during the evening. - 'Cookie’s Crab Shop' in coastal village of Salthouse is more than its name suggests. This is a must for anyone wanting to experience the authentic taste and views of the North Norfolk coast in one go. The seafood platters are delicious and you can even watch the fishermen as they bring in the daily catch! - 'The Dun Cow', close to Cookie’s Crab Shop, is a stylish and characterful pub serving delicious and locally sourced food. - The King’s Head (Holt) is a fine local hostelry with a restaurant. The pub has two bars and the 'STEAK' restaurant serving, as you probably guessed, chargrilled steaks as a speciality. - The King’s Head (Letheringsett) is another stylish restaurant and has a lovely big garden where the kids can run around to their heart content. - The Owl Cafe which is only a few minutes walk from the campsite is a quaint little tea room serving homemade food throughout the day. - Another lovely cafe is the 'Black Apollo' with the best coffee in Holt! Things to do: - BeWILDerwood is a unique and wonderful day out with 'Boggles' and 'Twiggles' roaming around in the woods! There is a giant tree top playground with activities and events during the summer. - Pensthorpe Natural Park, home of BBC’s 'Springwatch' for a number of years, is an award-winning mix of meandering nature trails, beguiling woodland walks, and a showcase for British wildlife and nature conservation. it has a restaurant and shops too. - 'Dinosaur Adventure' has a life-size dinosaur trail, animal enclosures, deer park, animal petting area, adventure playground and massive indoor play barn with go-kart track. - 'Davenport's Magic Kingdom' an attraction dedicated to magic is a great rainy day alternative. - You can head to the UK’s largest indoor model experience at the newly opened Wroxham Miniature Worlds. - If you fancy an indoor swim, the Pinewood Leisure Centre is close by or alternatively, you can go to 'Splash' in Sheringham which a swimming pool which has a large slide and wave machine! - There are a number of delightful woodland walks close by including the National Trust properties of Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall (home of Ann Bolynn) or Holt Country Park which is within walking distance of the campsite just on the outskirts of Holt and is a 'Green Flag' award winner. - There are a wealth of beaches nearby as can be expected from North Norfolk. Sheringham beach is a very family friendly beach next to a quaint and traditional seaside town. West Runton (great for rockpooling), Cromer (great for crabbing off the pier) and Overstrand beaches are all closeby. Morston Quay offers seal rides (booking in advance is advised). Slightly further afield, the beaches of Holkham, Brancaster and Wells-next-the-Sea offer wide expansive beaches synonymous with North Norfolk and have been voted some of the best beaches in the world according to our national press. - Gressenhall Workhouse Museum is a truly unique museum. Visit its 50-acre site and discover the 'Museum of life on the land', traditional farm with rare breed animals, beautiful, unspoilt grounds and exciting adventure playground. - Wroxham Barns has a restaurant, arts and crafts supply store and open farm. Explore Norwich: - Norwich Castle Museum - Norwich Cathedral - Sainsbury Centre (World Class Art Gallery) - Strangers Hall - Elm Hill (medieval part of Norwich) - Norwich Market (one of the oldest markets in Europe) - Norwich Lanes (alternative/independent shops) - Cinema City (independent cinema) Getting AroundThe North Norfolk Railway Line (locally known as the Poppy Line) starts close by at Holt Train Station destined for the lovely seaside town of Sheringham. There are regular trains to Norwich and beyond from Sheringham. Alternatively, the Bure Valley Miniature Railway departs from town of Aylsham and takes you to Wroxham which is at the heart of the Norfolk Broads and can be a launch pad for a boating day on the Broads. - Enjoy the coast via the 'Coasthopper' bus service which offers a whole day ticket allowing you to jump on and off at any point along the coast. The closest bus stop is in Weybourne which is just up the road from the campsite. There are a good range of buses from Holt that can take you to the coast, Norwich and around the county. - The 'Norfolk Coast Cycleway' extends from King's Lynn in the west to Great Yarmouth in the east. The 'Holt Explorer Route' is close to Holt Hall and can be picked up at the end of Kelling Road which allows you to experience some of the wonderful cycling opportunities away from the busier main coastal roads. This cycle ride includes the Wildflower and Countryside Centre at 'Natural Surroundings' close to the River Glaven and the charming Glandford Shell Museum. If you would like us to organise cycle hire then please let us know in advance and we can arrange this for you through 'Huff and Puff' cycle hire. - 'Peddars Way' and Norfolk Coast Path are ancient roman roads. You can easily join these paths from Holt Hall with the coast only a couple of miles from the campsite. The majority of the path runs through an area of outstanding natural beauty. Just on the doorstep of Holt, the path will take you to the internationally rare salt marshes of Cley with its array of waders, and beyond to Blakeney Point where you can get up close to the seal colonies. Alternatively you can head east and enjoy the sheer cliff tops paths of Sheringham and Cromer. Other Things to NoteWe also provide grass tent, campervan and caravan pitches for campers. No electric hook up on any of the pitches. No dogs allowed.
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      The SpaceSwallowtails is set in the stunning grounds of Holt Hall in a idyllic glade surrounded by woodlands, but just a ten minute walk from the centre of the charming vibrant Georgian town of Holt. Our beautifully crafted yurts are situated in sunny end of the Swallowtails camping glade. Our stylish luxury yurts have extremely comfy king sized beds and a single daybed with pull out mattress trundle sleeping 4 people (6 people can comfortably fit in the space available if you bring your own additional camp beds). All yurts have wood burning stoves and are felt insulated to keep you super cosy in the night no matter what time of the year. Yurts are equipped with lighting, bedding, rugs, cooking equipment, 6 person wicker picnic hampers and lots of other little touches designed to make your stay as hassle free and comfortable as possible. All the yurts are made from breathable canvas which gives guests much better air quality compared to synthetic materials. At 18ft in diameter, you have a real sense of space inside the yurts with opening wooden windows and door windows to light the interior in the day. Our yurts are as stylish and comfortable as any boutique hotel or B&B room! You are provided with your own raised fire pit/BBQ grill as well as a large gas BBQ to cook up your camp food. In order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown ups to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. You'll return home from your stay with us enriched by your experiences and recharged. We would love to welcome you to 'Swallowtails'. Guest AccessAll guests have the run of the Holt Hall grounds including the woodlands and the lake area with pond dipping platform. The yurts have access to their own compost loos and the main toilets and showers. There is also a washing up hut and supplies shack for basic essentials for camping including additional firewood (one complimentary basket of wood is provided). Holt Hall produce their own charcoal for you to purchase for your BBQs. That's a seriously low carbon footprint! As experienced art and environmental educators, we run a variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity. This leaves the campsite very peaceful during the day for grown up to relax whilst we run activities and workshops in the woodlands and by the lake. Interaction with GuestsIn order for you to fully enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the glade, we provide a variety of outside seating with each yurt, as well as a communal campfire in the heart of the glade giving you the opportunity to get to know your neighbours (we have a weekly pizza night at our two outdoor pizza ovens). Our variety of kids and adult activities linking to nature and creativity which we run in the school holidays are a great way for young and old to get to know each other. The NeighborhoodSwallowtails ticks all the boxes for the perfect camping holiday. We are just a couple of miles from the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. We are situated on the outskirts of the charming and vibrant town of Holt. The town of Holt with its many gastro pubs and an array of galleries, antique shops, gift shops, clothes shops and the well known food hall, Bakers and Larners provides plenty to do on the days you are not on the beach. Things to do: - Byfords is part of the fabric of Holt and offers everything from tea and cake through to a three course meal all day and in the evening, freshly baked bread and a delicatessens. Open seven days a week, Byford’s is located in what is thought to be the oldest building in Holt and is definitely worth a visit. - 'The Watermark Wine Bar & Restaurant' is in the heart of Holt and has been recently refurbished and serves a varied and locally sourced food throughout the day, whilst also offering the chance to have a glass of wine and relax during the evening. - 'Cookie’s Crab Shop' in coastal village of Salthouse is more than its name suggests. This is a must for anyone wanting to experience the authentic taste and views of the North Norfolk coast in one go. The seafood platters are delicious and you can even watch the fishermen as they bring in the daily catch! - 'The Dun Cow', close to Cookie’s Crab Shop, is a stylish and characterful pub serving delicious and locally sourced food. - The King’s Head (Holt) is a fine local hostelry with a restaurant. The pub has two bars and the 'STEAK' restaurant serving, as you probably guessed, chargrilled steaks as a speciality. - The King’s Head (Letheringsett) is another stylish restaurant and has a lovely big garden where the kids can run around to their heart content. - The Owl Cafe which is only a few minutes walk from the campsite is a quaint little tea room serving homemade food throughout the day. - Another lovely cafe is the 'Black Apollo' with the best coffee in Holt! Things to do: - BeWILDerwood is a unique and wonderful day out with 'Boggles' and 'Twiggles' roaming around in the woods! There is a giant tree top playground with activities and events during the summer. - Pensthorpe Natural Park, home of BBC’s 'Springwatch' for a number of years, is an award-winning mix of meandering nature trails, beguiling woodland walks, and a showcase for British wildlife and nature conservation. it has a restaurant and shops too. - 'Dinosaur Adventure' has a life-size dinosaur trail, animal enclosures, deer park, animal petting area, adventure playground and massive indoor play barn with go-kart track. - 'Davenport's Magic Kingdom' an attraction dedicated to magic is a great rainy day alternative. - You can head to the UK’s largest indoor model experience at the newly opened Wroxham Miniature Worlds. - If you fancy an indoor swim, the Pinewood Leisure Centre is close by or alternatively, you can go to 'Splash' in Sheringham which a swimming pool which has a large slide and wave machine! - There are a number of delightful woodland walks close by including the National Trust properties of Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall (home of Ann Bolynn) or Holt Country Park which is within walking distance of the campsite just on the outskirts of Holt and is a 'Green Flag' award winner. - There are a wealth of beaches nearby as can be expected from North Norfolk. Sheringham beach is a very family friendly beach next to a quaint and traditional seaside town. West Runton (great for rockpooling), Cromer (great for crabbing off the pier) and Overstrand beaches are all closeby. Morston Quay offers seal rides (booking in advance is advised). Slightly further afield, the beaches of Holkham, Brancaster and Wells-next-the-Sea offer wide expansive beaches synonymous with North Norfolk and have been voted some of the best beaches in the world according to our national press. - Gressenhall Workhouse Museum is a truly unique museum. Visit its 50-acre site and discover the 'Museum of life on the land', traditional farm with rare breed animals, beautiful, unspoilt grounds and exciting adventure playground. - Wroxham Barns has a restaurant, arts and crafts supply store and open farm. Explore Norwich: - Norwich Castle Museum - Norwich Cathedral - Sainsbury Centre (World Class Art Gallery) - Strangers Hall - Elm Hill (medieval part of Norwich) - Norwich Market (one of the oldest markets in Europe) - Norwich Lanes (alternative/independent shops) - Cinema City (independent cinema) Getting AroundThe North Norfolk Railway Line (locally known as the Poppy Line) starts close by at Holt Train Station destined for the lovely seaside town of Sheringham. There are regular trains to Norwich and beyond from Sheringham. Alternatively, the Bure Valley Miniature Railway departs from town of Aylsham and takes you to Wroxham which is at the heart of the Norfolk Broads and can be a launch pad for a boating day on the Broads. - Enjoy the coast via the 'Coasthopper' bus service which offers a whole day ticket allowing you to jump on and off at any point along the coast. The closest bus stop is in Weybourne which is just up the road from the campsite. There are a good range of buses from Holt that can take you to the coast, Norwich and around the county. - The 'Norfolk Coast Cycleway' extends from King's Lynn in the west to Great Yarmouth in the east. The 'Holt Explorer Route' is close to Holt Hall and can be picked up at the end of Kelling Road which allows you to experience some of the wonderful cycling opportunities away from the busier main coastal roads. This cycle ride includes the Wildflower and Countryside Centre at 'Natural Surroundings' close to the River Glaven and the charming Glandford Shell Museum. If you would like us to organise cycle hire then please let us know in advance and we can arrange this for you through 'Huff and Puff' cycle hire. - 'Peddars Way' and Norfolk Coast Path are ancient roman roads. You can easily join these paths from Holt Hall with the coast only a couple of miles from the campsite. The majority of the path runs through an area of outstanding natural beauty. Just on the doorstep of Holt, the path will take you to the internationally rare salt marshes of Cley with its array of waders, and beyond to Blakeney Point where you can get up close to the seal colonies. Alternatively you can head east and enjoy the sheer cliff tops paths of Sheringham and Cromer. Other Things to NoteWe also provide grass tent, campervan and caravan pitches for campers. No electric hook up on any of the pitches. No dogs allowed.
      cottage
      Excellent
      9 reviews
      2br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      Dragonfly Cottage is a delightful period cottage nestled in the charming Georgian market town of Holt, North Norfolk. Our aim is to provide the perfect bolt hole to enjoy a relaxing and rejuvenating Norfolk break. When it comes to holidays relaxation is key, so Dragonfly Cottage offers stylish design without compromising on comfort. Whether you’re planning to brave the elements on the open water, savour the open skies and sandy beaches along the North Norfolk coast, or enjoy a drink as the sun sets over the salt marshes, Dragonfly Cottage is the ideal base. Split over two levels, the cottage sleeps 4 people in 2 upstairs bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin). Downstairs, the living room opens into the dining room, with fully fitted kitchen at the rear. There’s a family shower room, and additional WC upstairs. The cottage enjoys an enclosed private back garden, making it ideal for children and pets. There’s a patio with seating for four, a BBQ, and deckchairs, to help you make the most of the Norfolk sunshine. The cottage further benefits from a dedicated off-road parking space just 1 minute walk from the cottage. Dragonfly Cottage is perfectly situated to make the most of all that North Norfolk has to offer. 10 minutes from the coast, 10 minutes from picturesque Blakeney, 20 minutes from Historic Holkham Hall, and with all the convenience of the small but perfectly formed town of Holt. So it’s ideal year-round, from long summer holidays to cosy winter breaks, for families, couples or friends. Well-behaved dogs are very welcome by arrangement. Drop us a line to tell us about your pooch. We offer rentals per week (Fri-Fri), as well as mid-week and weekends by arrangement. Alternatives may be available – if you’d like to arrange something different let us know. Please note the cottage is non-smoking. Dragonfly cottage is a delightful period cottage in the centre of the Georgian market town of Holt. Full of period features, but with all of the modern comforts you need for a relaxing holiday, the Dragonfly is the perfect combination of practicality and style.
      house
      4br house
        Former Ale House nestled in the centre of Holt. The Old Paul Pry dates from 1715, and was named after a well known local solicitor, famed for leaving his umbrella behind so that he could return ! The property has been skillfully converted into a delightful and charming holiday home. The current owners have spent many hours carefully restoring and refurbishing this Grade 2 listed house, ensuring that original beams, and features such as fireplaces are retained, whilst also adding a contemporary touch to allow for extremely comfortable living. The two double bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, and the two twin rooms share a shower room. There are many cafes and restaurants on the doorstep, but should you wish to cook, then there is a fully equipped kitchen, with electric oven and a hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer. There is also a downstairs cloakroom and wc. The comfortable lounge has a wood burner, and a flat screen TV/DVD/CD player. WiFi is also available Dining room comfortably seats eight people. Ideally situated in the heart of the popular and bustling Georgian Town of Holt, the property is a superb base for exploring the North Norfolk coast and all it has to offer. Guests will benefit from having the exclusive use of the delightful enclosed courtyard gardens of the Folly Tea room, between the hours of 20.00 and 08.00, and a reserved table in a quiet sunny corner of the garden during opening hours. The Old Paul Pry is very versatile, and can be used by couples or families or groups. It has 3 floors, with the two upper floors housing the bedrooms. These are reached by Norfolk Winder staircases - as is typical for a Norfolk Grade 2 listed house of its age. The staircases are carpeted and have hand rails, but are also quite steep, so may not be entirely suitable for guests with mobility problems. There is no parking directly at the property, but there is car park just behind it, and the owners will pay for one car parked here for the duration of the holiday. ( Albert St Car Park) A superb base in North Norfolk for both summer and winter holidays. We offer short breaks of 3 or 4 nights, as well as weekly lets. Changeover days are either Monday or Friday so that we can accommodate Long weekends, ( Friday to Monday) or midweek breaks ( Monday to Friday) or full weeks (commencing on either Monday or Friday). In the off- peak season we can sometimes offer some flexibility with changeover days so please do ask if you have particular requirements. The standard price is based on full occupancy - eight people. We are however able to offer a discount for under-occupancy . This will allow for families of four, or couples or smaller groups to have a slightly reduced price, where not all the bedrooms are required for use. When requesting a quotation please state number of people and bedrooms required, so that your quote can be tailored accordingly. For half occupancy, up to 4 people, 20% reduction For three-quarter occupancy -up to 6 people 10% reduction Bed Linen is included, as are towels and tea towels Please bring your own beach towels Rustic Charm, and quintessentially English, with contemporary touches for a very comfortable holiday !
        Home/Apartment
        Good
        6 reviews
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceDragonfly Cottage is a 2 bedroom self-catering cottage set in the heart of the Georgian market town of Holt. We want to make your stay as lovely as possible and we aim to kit out the cottage with all the amenities you need to make a home away from home. When you arrive you'll be greeted with a welcome tray of home baking and local produce. The cottage itself is split over two levels. On the ground floor there is a light and airy open plan living and dining area, leading onto the well-served kitchen. At the back of the house is the family shower room. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one double and one twin, as well as a second toilet. The back garden is fully enclosed, making it ideal for kids and pets. There is an outdoor table and chairs for four, and guests also have access to deckchairs and a BBQ. The garden shed is a secure place to store bikes and other outdoor equipment. The garden benefits from the morning sun, making it an ideal place to hang out and enjoy some cake after a busy morning's walking or browsing the shops. The cottage benefits from lots of light throughout the day, making for a lovely space to hang out. There's plenty of comfy seating round the cosy gas fire, and a dining table for four people. We've kitted out the cottage with lots of essentials as well as those extras that help make a holiday. In the living area you'll find board games, books (feel free to swap a book!), a radio with iPod dock, local guidebooks and maps, TV, DVD player, and a selection of DVDs. There's also free WiFi with a strong signal throughout the house. In the kitchen you'll find an oven and hob, toaster, kettle, washing machine, fridge, freezer, and plenty of equipment for rustling up some hearty dinners (or a microwave if you fancy taking it easy!). There's also a bowl for any four-legged friends. To help you make the most of the great outdoors there's a cool bag with picnic plates and cutlery, ice blocks, a flask, mugs, and picnic rug. All towels and linens are included, along with extra blankets and throws for snuggling up. We're dog lovers and dogs are very welcome at Dragonfly Cottage. We just ask that you let us know about your pooch in advance. We charge a small additional cleaning fee of £15 per dog. This will be added to your reservation. Guest AccessYou'll have the whole cottage to yourself, including the back garden. Interaction with GuestsWe live nearby so we're on hand should you need any help with anything. On the other hand, we're happy to leave you to it so if you want some peace and quiet you can be sure to find it! The NeighborhoodNorth Norfolk is an amazing place for a holiday for families, couples, and friends. If you're into the great outdoors there's plenty to keep you occupied: walking, cycling, rowing, sailing, kite-surfing, kayaking, and plenty more. There are several long distance walking routes, including the North Norfolk Coastal Path, and the Peddar's Way. Drop us a line if you'd like any more info on walking and enjoying the best of the outdoors. We can also help you arrange bike hire for your stay. If putting your feet up is more your style, the area has no shortage of country pubs and village tea shops to wet your whistle. For beer lovers there are lots of local brews to sample, and for coffee lovers North Norfolk even has its own roastery. We're always happy to talk food and drink so let us know if you'd like any recommendations. Holt itself is famed for its array of independent shops and cafes, and its easy to while away an afternoon exploring the lanes. The cottage is just a few minutes walk from the high street and all the amenities. Similarly, the nearest pub is just at the end of the road, and always has local beers on tap. Getting AroundThe cottage has a dedicated off-road parking space, just a minute's walk from the cottage (a real boon in Holt, where parking can be tricky!). There are several beautiful beaches just a short drive away, including the stunning sandy beach at Wells, and the haunting saltmarshes at Blakeney, Cley and Salthouse). By car is definitely the easiest way to get around North Norfolk. That way you can explore all the little villages, heaths, country parks and beaches at your own pace. There are buses to surrounding villages and towns, as well as to Norwich and Kings Lynn. The Coastal Hopper bus is a lovely way to get along Norfolk's beautiful coastline. The Hopper doesn't come directly into Holt so you'll have to go to a nearby village such as Blakeney or Cley to catch the bus. You'll find bus timetables in the cottage. There's no train station in Holt (apart from the station to access the Poppy Line, North Norfolk's own steam train line! (URL HIDDEN) The nearest station is at Sheringham, about a 15 minute drive away. From here you can catch a train to Norwich. Other Things to NoteThe stairs are fairly narrow and steep, and so may not be suitable for those with impaired mobility. They are typical for a period house of this kind. Drop us a line if you'd like to discuss this. Dogs are welcome at Dragonfly Cottage. We charge a small additional cleaning fee of £15 per dog.
        Home/Apartment
        3br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Parking
        The SpaceMulberry has a very cosy homely feel, you will not be disappointed. Guest AccessThere is a key box at the rear of the property, on the wall to the right of the back door. To gain access to the rear, go passed number 52 on the corner and turn into the driveway, then go through the black iron gates where you will see a garden gate in the right hand corner. This is the gate to the rear of Mulberry Cottage. Interaction with GuestsAs often as the Guests feel necessary! The NeighborhoodHolt is a beautiful North Norfolk town with lots to do for everyone. Getting AroundThere is a train station in Holt. Also the coastal bus is a must, very convenient way to visit all the wonderful sights. Other Things to NoteMulberry Cottage is fully equipped to easily cater for a family of 6, or 5 adults. The kitchen has a large gas range cooker, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, fridge along with ample units and granite work tops. There is a large well equipped dining room with a soft seating area and large flat screen TV. The lounge has a wonderful inglenook fireplace with a log burner. There is comfortable seating for more than 6 people and a large flat screen TV. There are 2 large double bedrooms and the twin room (single sized) has a truckle bed for 2. The stairs are very steep and therefore not ideal for the elderly or infirm guests. Mulberry has a delightful sunny garden with terrace furniture with Parasol (warmer months) and a BBQ. The cottage is very central to all of Holts fabulous independent shops/antiques and collectables/cafes/bars and restaurants. There is a very large and well stocked Budgens store 2 minutes walk from Mulberry, where you will find lots of local produce! With wonderful views overlooking the beautiful Methodist Church where Mulberry enjoys a dedicated parking space directly across the road. The Parking Permit must be displayed clearly in the vehicle at all times. Loss of the permit will result in a fee payable of £30. High chair/travel cot/hair dryer/board games/books.
        Home/Apartment
        2 reviews
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Parking
        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
        Home/Apartment
        Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceBirkfield House is set in 2.2 acres of mature gardens. Chez Marguerite is at the rear of the plot and is approached along a 200m woodland path. Interaction with GuestsChez Marguerite has been organised so that you can arrive without any need to interact with us, but of course we'd love to meet you and show you the facilities. Getting AroundThere is a bus service nearby, but North Norfolk is best explored by car. You can access heathland walks directly from the property, or beaches which are about 10 minutes by car (you can walk but you'll need plenty of time!) Birdwatching is very popular and we have excellent National Trust properties nearby - Sheringham Park, Felbrigg Hall and the fabulous Blickling Hall. North Norfolk steam railway is also about 5-10 minutes walk away, and the local market town of Holt (2 minutes by car) has a wonderful range of specialist small shops and even its own department store.
        Hotel
        12 reviews
        3br Hotel
        • Breakfast
        • Gym
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Swimming Pool
        • Wifi
        Situated in Holt, this inn is within 12 mi (20 km) of Sheringham Park, Sheringham Beach, and Felbrigg Hall. Cromer Beach and Blickling Hall are also within 12 mi (20 km).
        hotel
        Nice
        92 reviews
        15br hotel
        • Breakfast
        • Gym
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Swimming Pool
        • Wifi
        Set in the center of Holt, this family-friendly hotel is 5.4 mi (8.7 km) from Sheringham Park, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Sheringham Beach and Cromer Beach. Felbrigg Hall and Cromer Pier are also within 12 mi (20 km).