The coastal village of Holme next the Sea is located in
Area designated of Outstanding Natural Beauty an
unspoilt Norfolk village located on the North Norfolk
Coast. This is an area renowned for bird watching
with Holme Nature Reserve and the RSPB Reserve at nearby
Here you will find quiet beaches with a
small amount of shingle, backed by Marram grass covered
sand dunes. There are large expanses of coastal marshes
and sandy beaches to be discovered in this area.
The local Nature Reserve has a
boardwalk along the dunes and into a large pine forest.
Holme is where the Roman Long Distance Path Peddars Way
comes to its seaward end (or where it starts depending
on your point of view). The Norfolk Coastal Path that
runs all the way to Cromer can be picked up from Holme,
so there are plenty of opportunities for short or long
strolls. For the horse rider there are network of
bridleways and miles of sandy beaches on which to ride.
The village has a village inn 'The white horse' which
serves good meals and for a village shop you will need
to visit Old Hunstanton just one and half miles away
where you can stock up on essentials.