I am a professional Holt photographer, providing a range of services in the town. Holt is a lovely historic town about 21 miles north of Norwich and about 9 miles west of Cromer.
Holt Photographer Gallery
The town has many buildings dating from the Georgian era. The reason for this is that there was a fire that devastated the medieval town in 1708. There are lots of streets and ally ways with individual shops and cafes offering a friendly service.
Byfords pictured below is always worth a visit for a cup of tea and a piece of cake. I really love their Victoria Sponge and know several people who will travel for miles to buy one. I can also highly recommend the Albert Street Fish Bar for fish and chips. A car park just around the corner provides free parking for 30 minutes. This is just enough time to get your fish and chips and eat them in the car if you are just passing by.
North Norfolk Railway
The North Norfolk Railway runs from Holt to Sheringham through some stunning coastal scenery. Steam trains operate daily in the summer months. Special events take place throughout the year. I love to walk from Holt to Sheringham mainly along the Norfolk Coast Path and to get the train back.
Blind Sam is the name given to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Lantern shown in the images below.
Originally located in the Market Square to provide gas powered light, the lantern was moved to make way for the War Memorial shown below. If you are wondering way the latern was called Blind Sam it was because the gas supply was sporadic and light from the lantern was unreliable.
Photographer Operating In Holt
I provide a variety of photography services in Holt including weddings, portraits, events, commercial and property. To find out more see the services listed on the top menu bar.
My Norfolk landscapes that look stunning on lounge, bedroom or office walls are available to view by visiting my online shop. From here you can purchase prints, canvas prints, framed prints and acrylics.