Holt Cottages

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    The Old Paul Pry: Wonderful, character-rich traditional cottage in the centre of Holt. A perfect base for exploring Norfolk and enjoying the delights of this wonderful Georgian market town. (Ref. 935101)

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    Poet's Corner: Grade II listed, end-terrace cottage in Holt. Beautifully renovated with exposed beams and period features. WiFi. Gravel garden with furniture. Great base for exploring Norfolk's coastline and heritage houses. Sheringham 7 miles. (Ref. 917918)

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    Pebble Cottage: Traditional flint cottage with excellent access to the coast in a secluded rural position. Ground floor accommodation throughout. Charming garden with views. Holt 3 miles. (Ref. 957216)

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    Walnut Barn Cottage: Combining tradition with luxury this cottage is ideal for friends and families wishing to explore the Norfolk coastline. Traditional, rural Norfolk village with two pubs in walking distance. Ideal whatever the time of the year. (Ref. 933774)

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    Skylark: Spacious ground floor accommodation in popular coastal village of Weybourne between Holt and Sheringham. Ideal for walkers and cyclists. Pet friendly. Garden. Sheringham 3.2 miles. (Ref. 932951)

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    Robyn's Nest: Cosy romantic retreat in Norfolk countryside. Pet-friendly. Many attractions nearby. Holt 3 miles. (Ref. 25904)

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    Maggies Retreat: A detached bungalow, sleeping four in the small Norfolk village of Briston. Ideal for a couple or small family. WiFi. Pet-friendly. Off road parking. Holt 4 miles. (Ref. 946554)

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    Anvil Cottage: Lovely detached cottage in the small village of Melton Constable. Three bedrooms. Pets welcome. Ideal base for a couple or family. Holt 5 miles. (Ref. 951866)

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    Jo's Place: A delightful, one-bedroom, ground floor cottage in the village of Briston. Ideally located for exploring the Norfolk coast. Off road parking. Holt 4 miles. (Ref. 943711)

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    Fred's Cottage: Enchanting mid-terrace cottage situated in village of Briston. Full of character and charm with en-suite facilities. Holt 4 miles, Fakenham 10 miles, Sheringham 10 miles. (Ref. 2259)

Just show me Holt Cottages

For a wonderfully relaxing break in Norfolk, a cottage in Holt might be just the answer.

 Norfolk Visitor Guide from Sykes Cottages

Located in the North Norfolk countryside, within easy reach of the coast, this attractive Georgian town is laden with fabulous shops. From unusual, handcrafted gifts to exquisite antiques, top-class toys and more, this is the perfect spot to loosen the purse strings and shop! Browse all kinds of exceptional goods in Holt's flagship store, Bakers and Larners, an emporium right up there with top London names. Or call in at the galleries, showcasing ceramics, paintings, sculpture and the likes for that truly special keepsake. And, of course, there are bakeries, delis and other great places to fill the kitchen cupboards in your Holt cottage.

Attractions near your Holt cottage

Hop aboard the 'Poppy Line', affectionate name for the North Norfolk Railway, and travel by steam through glorious countryside to the delightful seaside town of Sheringham. Enjoy a guided tour and watch flour being milled at Letheringsett Mill. View tanks and other military vehicles at the Muckleburgh Collection. Drive to Felbrigg Hall, a stunning National Trust estate a little further afield but well worth a visit. Or enjoy a day amid nature at the Holt Country Park, where you'll find flora, fauna and wildlife, along with nature trails, picnic tables and a play area. And if your holiday falls during July/August, remember the summer festival.

At the end of the day, curl up in your Holt holiday cottage or head into town for a mouth-watering supper in a pub or restaurant - there's a fantastic selection to choose from.