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Price and Availability Index in Bakewell
Holiday Letting Price Information in Bakewell
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Bakewell. It is during a week of December (22/12 - 29/12) that you will find the highest prices for the next months. You can find some of the best deals during a week of January (26/01 - 02/02). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Bakewell
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. The week with the least available rentals is in December (22/12 - 29/12), with only 25% of the rentals available. On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of January (05/01 - 12/01).
The weather in Bakewell
The above is a climate diagram for Bakewell. July is the warmest month in Bakewell with average maximum temperatures of 21°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Enjoy bucolic Bakewell with a cozy holiday cottage
Set along the serene River Wye in the Derbyshire White Peaks (Peak District National Park), Bakewell dates back to Anglo-Saxon times. The town centre brims with traditional inns, independent galleries and shops. With a holiday cottage, you can set about exploring rustic Bakewell.
Mandatory on the list is the Bakewell Pudding, a jam pastry with ground almond and egg filling, not to be confused with the Bakewell Tart. Try it at The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop or Bloomers of Bakewell. While here, visit the town's quaint tea-rooms and country pubs. Old Smithy Tea Room is popular with cyclists and joggers. For an exquisite meal, try the Renaissance Piedaniels Restaurant, known for its French-style cuisine with a Euro twist.
The cultural side
The 10th century All Saints Church is a Grade I-listed building and dates back to Saxon times. Today, it stands in the heart of the Peak District and often hosts choral concerts. Housed in a 16th-century yeoman's house, Old House Museum provides pertinent insights into the market town's colourful history through its artefacts.
Today the impressive 19th century Bakewell Town Hall functions as a theatre, community art centre and cinema. Bakewell is also a short trip from the attractions of Haddon Hall and Chatsworth House.
The cultural calendar
The springtime Bakewell Food Festival features wine, beer, food-sampling, roadshows, and cookery demonstrations. Unique to Bakewell is June's 'well dressing' where lovely images of petals embedded into clay are placed all over town. This is followed by the joyful and raucous Carnival in July.
August features the Bakewell Agricultural Show – one of Britain's largest covered agricultural shows, and the Bakewell Arts Festival. The biannual Peak Literary Festival attracts bookworms each spring and fall. Bakewell's traditional Monday market is a great way to soak in the townsfolk's bonhomie, and to regale in the fresh produce on offer. Come enjoy Bakewell with a holiday letting.
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