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This is a lovely place to spend a few hours.
Car parking pricey.
There’s no drunks or youths that congregate here, so children and adults can enjoy the surroundings with no concerns.
Always clean and tidy and well kept.
Nice way to spend an afternoon...More
A short walk for Holt town centre and you can take a walk through a beautiful and peaceful wood - plenty of marked paths to choose from. Walk beyond the wood and there is another area to explore full of gorgeous yellow bloom and purple...More
I've lived locally for over 20 years and never visited before. I had envisaged a sort of manicured 'attraction' but how wrong I was! We visited last weekend for a long (and hot!) Walk through the woods, across Holt Lowes. Not the best time to...More
We spent a good three hours here, really lovely to get in the shade! Perfect place to walk the dog. Various walks, well sign posted.
Plenty of picnic tables scattered around, as well as benches to sit and watch the world go by!
Lovely walk, nearly dry underfoot now (late May). If you walk out on to the heath where the ponies graze, be aware cattle are on there too. You may not see them, but they do leave their deposits behind and some dogs find them delicious!...More
We've been coming here for years, lots of walks for children of all ages. A small park and a shop selling a few drinks too. For me it's the walks, so peaceful here. Have seen the ponies on occasion and the hornets nest last year...More
Bearing in mind that my visit was in early January it may be different at busier times.
Very quiet we were the only car in car park. Pathways well marked and mostly not muddy. Two rangers in visitor Hut when we arrived both very friendly,...More