A Charming Country House Hotel in the Heart of The Kelling Estate
Set back beyond the gravel driveway you will be greeted with a friendly smile.
Forming part of the Kelling Estate and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Pheasant, a 5-minute drive from the Georgian market town of Holt and within walking distance to the coast, is the perfect rural retreat.
Whether you are looking for a cosy base for a fun filled holiday, want to indulge in a romantic break or prefer to unwind with a coastal or countryside walk, we hope to make your stay in North Norfolk simply unforgettable.
After a busy day exploring North Norfolk retreat to one of our 32 bedrooms.
Enjoy a soak in the bath or a long hot shower before sinking into our exceptionally comfy beds. It really is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Food & Drink
If you are looking for somewhere to pop in and enjoy a delicious meal or a relaxing drink with friends and family, then the Pheasant is just right for you. From classic British dishes and indulgent afternoon teas, to hearty Sunday lunches, our ever-changing menus celebrate the finest, local, seasonal produce.
You do not have to be staying with us to join us.
Whether you're looking to treat a loved one to an afternoon tea or want to enjoy a great deal on an overnight stay, when it comes to special offers and packages, we have something for everyone.
Why Stay on The North Norfolk Coast
With the 45 miles of unique coastline & stunning countryside that North Norfolk has to offer there will be plenty of places to be explored.
Enjoy brisk walks along unspoilt, award winning beaches, Holkham, Wells next the Sea, Sheringham & Cromer to name a few. Take your time to explore the market towns & villages, steeped in history but always offering a cosy coffee shop.
North Norfolk is renowned for great locally made produce, try Mrs Temples cheeses, smoked Norfolk Dapple, Copy’s Cloud & smooth Binham Blue are all favourites, or savour a refreshing beer made by one of many local micro-breweries.
Lose yourself (but not your head) in Anne Boleyn’s birthplace, Blickling Hall. Now a National Trust property it boasts 950 acres of woodland & parkland to explore. Or why not search for fossils in the sand along North Norfolk's Deep History Coast. The UK's largest mammoth skeleton was found at East Runton beach - will you be lucky enough to find the next big discovery?
Cley and Salthouse marshes are the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s oldest and best-known nature reserves. With 300 hectares of wide-open space and cosy little hides, provide a haven for bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts, with fantastic opportunities to witness breading and passage birds.
Sail away to see the seals in their natural environment basking on Blakeney Point. They are very inquisitive animals so will often swim around the boat. The views are stunning & what better chance to breathe in the fresh air of the North Norfolk coast.
With all this & so much more to offer why wait to book your stay at The Pheasant