I’m hopping back a couple of seasons again, this time to revisit the beautiful Georgian market town of Holt in Norfolk. We stumbled upon this little town whilst seeking shelter after getting prematurely rained out during our visit to Sheringham Park.
We couldn’t resist a stroll through the characterful flint stone lined streets and quickly found that this pretty town is filled with a delightful amount of independent shops, cafes, bakeries, galleries and antique shops – it was the perfect place to explore when our plans for the day took a sudden change due to the often unpredictable British weather.
It was so lovely wandering through the narrow streets; watching E’s joy at exploring a new place and discovering together an abundance of colour and blooms at almost every corner. The sight of the flint stone cottages overspilling with plants is one of my favourite magical traits of coastal towns. I hope you enjoy these picture postcard moments I captured and find some inspiration in this little afternoon stroll.