Holkham Blog

A Weekend in Wells

Posted: March 22nd 2019

by Jo Lewis, Marketing Assistant

Renowned for its spectacular coastline stretching 45 glorious miles, now is the time to visit north Norfolk. The rolling seasons and relentless tide, recast the landscape so beautifully that visitors are drawn back time and time again. Pinewoods Holiday Park, with six brand new lodges, is a great base from which to explore the area!

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Get The Look: An enchanted fairytale wedding theme at The Temple

Posted: March 19th 2019

by Belle Hutton

Choosing a wedding venue and then picking the right theme to complement the venue as well as you and your groom’s styles can be one of the hardest parts of planning a wedding. Do you want to go down the pretty and romantic route? The traditional and historic? Or something fresh and modern? Do you follow wedding trends or go with your own look?

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Twerk

Posted: March 07th 2019

by Jonathan Holt

Seals are a common sight on the coast of Norfolk but what happens when they get into difficulty on Holkham Beach? Find out what happened to a young seal called Twerk that washed ashore last year.

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A Destination Wedding at Holkham

Posted: March 01st 2019

by Belle Hutton

With three-day long weddings on the rise we look to Holkham’s stunning surroundings and, with the help of Lady Leicester, lift the lid on how to plan a marriage less ordinary…

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Planning a Three Day Wedding

Posted: February 15th 2019

by Belle Hutton, Sales Manager

Planning a three-day wedding? Here’s where you and your guests should stay in and around Holkham.

Once upon a time weddings were a simple affair; the bride and groom said their vows, guests threw confetti, tea and sandwiches were served and off they went on their honeymoon with tin cans trailing behind their car. But this is 2019. Things change. Wedding trends change. And now the norm is the three-day wedding extravaganza, or wed-fest as some like to call it.

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Cries of the Laughing Goose

Posted: January 27th 2019

by Andrew Bloomfield

Of all our winter wildfowl that descend here every year it is the White-fronted Goose that traditionally attracts most attention from visiting birdwatchers. This smaller relative of the common feral Greylag Goose appears annually in Norfolk at only a handful of regular sites and the marshes of Holkham have long been famed for attracting a flock.

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