Hotel Accommodation in Holt

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What ever your needs, our friendly staff will look after you. Relax and enjoy the comfort of our lounge, bar, a la Carte restaurant or the Gresham suite. Pause for a morning coffee, or meet up with friends and family for lunch. Make the Feathers part of your holiday to Norfolk, or part of your wedding day. Our family run business is proud of our heritage as the meeting place of Holt and we continue

The Maltings Hotel is located in Weybourne, 4 miles from Holt in North Norfolk. The Maltings Hotel, an original building of Norfolk flint, dating back to the 16th Century. Cuisine is of a high standard with friendly service and a wide selection of menus, including bar meals and a la carte.

Uniquely situated between National Trust Friary Hills, coastal paths and Blakeney quayside, the Manor Hotel provides an ideal base from which to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the North Norfolk coast. The bedrooms, located in courtyards adjacent to the 17thC manor house, were converted from it's original flint face barns. Close attention has been paid to the colourful walled gardens where a 400-year-old

Situated a short walk accross the garden. Approximately 100 metres from the main house. Each room will consist of a six foot wide bed which can also be divided into twin beds and will have under floor heating. The sitting room will be stylishly equipped with easy chairs, flat screen TV, fire place and a desk with internet access, a large glass door will lead out onto a private garden terrace with table

The Pheasant Hotel is situated in 2 acres of landscaped gardens, set back off the main coast road between the harbour village of Blakeney and the seaside town of Sheringham. It is in an area where you can almost reach out and touch the past knowing that much of North Norfolk has remained unspoilt with the passing of time. Even now, at times the only sounds that can be heard are the abundance of birds

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