Christmas Shopping is magical in Holt

At first visit Holt may seem just lot have a couple of main shopping roads. You must explore further and find the 'Yards' because this is where most of the small, specialist shops and galleries are situated.

Try Apple Yard, Chapel Yard, Feathers Yard, Hoppers Yard and Lees Yard,
Holt has an excellent independent book shop. The Holt Bookshop in Appleyard, just off the High Street.

Book collectors should visit
Crab Pot Books, High Street,Cley

A selection of Antique Dealers in Holt
Anthony Fell, Bull St
Richard Scott Antiques, High St
Shirehall Plain Antiques Centre
Mews Antique Emporium, Manor Mews
Davenport & Daughter, Chapel Yard

Holt Antiques and Interiors Centre
Many dealers with an eclectic mix of vintage, bric a brac, furniture, industrial chic and collectables. On the Thornage Road only 2 minutes drive from Holt. Plenty of Free parking.
If you like vintage you will love this. Folly Tearoom with its beautiful, tranquil garden is hidden away in Hoppers Yard (just off Bull Street). More than just a tearoom it also does breakfasts, lunches and early evening light bites. Worth seeking out.
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Holt has independant designer, fashion retailers, vintage, children's, country clothing shops and great places for shoes and handbags.
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Bird Ventures, Chapel Yard, Holt
A lovely and knowledgeable source of treats for your garden wildlife.

Holt has many places for tea and coffee. If you are fussy about quality and service we think Black Apollo Coffee House is the best. Discover this tiny gem opposite Boots in the High St. Serves toast for breakfast, light lunches and yummy cakes too. You can even buy fresh ground beans to take home .
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Holt has good butchers, game dealers, green grocers, a wine merchant, fishmongers and a unique 'Bakers & Larners Foodhall' in the high street .

Just down the hill from Holt at Letherngsett you will find an all organic food barn called 'Back to the Garden' and a 'Letheringsett Watermill' with a good selection of flours.
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If smoked fish is your thing don't miss the 'Cley Smokehouse'

Further afield (at North Creake near Burnham Market) but worth the drive on the 1st Saturday of each month is 'Creake Abbey Farm' with a large Farmers Market . 50+ stalls with award winning Norfolk meat, organic vegetables, seasonal fruit, cakes, bread, handmade preserves, cheese, award wining beer and plants. Free entry, ample parking. Deli, Shops, and Café open Tuesday to Sunday.