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Holt is a rural Norfolk town near the north coast with plenty of unusual shops and surrounded by country parks. On 1 May 1708, Holt was devastated by a fire which destroyed most of the medieval town. The rebuilding of the town made Holt notable for its abundance of Georgian buildings and spacious market place. However, the town repaired and retains its Norman parish church. Follow the Holt Owl Trail, by following pavement plaques to see the major landmarks. The town is home to many art galleries, antique shops, book shops and places to eat, located along the high street and tucked away in charming courtyards and alleyways. There is a fun festival each summer. Holt Country Park, is a 100-acre woodland with picnic areas, nature trails and an adventure playground. A short distance away are the ruins of Baconsthorpe Castle, a moated and fortified 15th century manor house. Also worth a visit is Letheringsett Watermill, Norfolk's only working watermill.