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Price and Availability Index in Ashford in the Water
Holiday Letting Price Information in Ashford-in-the-Water
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Ashford-in-the-Water. Prices rise in December and reach an average of £212 a night (22/12 - 29/12), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in February (09/02 - 16/02).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Ashford-in-the-Water
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Ashford-in-the-Water. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in December (22/12 - 29/12). On the contrary, only 12% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in January (05/01 - 12/01).
The weather in Ashford-in-the-Water
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 21° However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Ashford-in-the-Water in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Discover a blessed plot with Ashford-in-the-Water holiday homes
Holiday lettings in Ashford-in-the-Water are nestled in the Peak District's rolling green hills. Ancient stone landmarks and grazing cattle are the only things to break the unadulterated serenity of this much loved part of the British Isles.
Situated in a charming Tudor house, Old House Museum Bakewell was originally a tax collector's cottage. Richard Arkwright, the museum's founder, divided the space into five cottages for workers at the local mill. Today, costumed parties, walking tours and other special events are held at this attractive venue.
A church has stood on the spot of the present All Saints Church in Bakewell since Anglo-Saxon times. The present building has elements of the original edifice, which was standing at the time of the Norman invasion in 1066. Amendments in the 13th and 18th centuries contributed to the present structure.
England's green hills
The Peak District is without doubt one of Britain's best-loved natural areas. The picture-postcard perfect region is characterised by rolling green hills where sheep and cattle roam freely. Named for the Anglo-Saxon Pecsaetan tribe who once lived there, the area is full of ancient stone villages, monuments and moorland.
Stroll down avenues of immaculate topiaries at the extensive Thornbridge Hall Gardens. Filled with flowers in season, the gardens are like a series of outdoor rooms, each unfolding with new vistas of water fountains or lovely views of the elegant stately home.
Festivals for all
There are myriad cultural entertainments in Ashford-in-the-Water. Come to The Royal Oak Inn in the village for the Meet the Brewer and Tap Takeover summer festival. Or enjoy a Music on the Meadows concert in nearby Cromford in July.
September sees festival goers step back in time at the Dronfield Hall Barn Medieval Festival. Dress up in period gear and gallivant around this traditional celebration of all things antiquated. Try your archery skills, tuck into medieval meals and watch combat demonstrations.
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