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Above, you can find our most preferred filters in Bancroft and the number of lettings that offer them. Bancroft is the right place to look for a property if you need internet access during your holidays or you never miss an episode of your favourite show, as the most common features are internet and TVs. Begin your holiday planning in advance if you need a cot for your baby or you're not interested in handwashing the dishes. There are only 1 listed lettings including cots and 1 rentals with dishwashers.
The Weather in Bancroft
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This is the climate diagram for Bancroft. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 26°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to -16°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is January.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Bancroft
In Bancroft, nearly half of the holiday properties in Bancroft are hotel rooms, which represent 41.67% of the listed properties. Hotel rooms here have a median price £98 a night and an average size of 20 m². Furthermore, this specific type of residence is usually an excellent option for medium-sized groups and families, since the majority of hotel rooms can accommodate groups of 4. You might also like to compare other accommodation types in Bancroft. Bed & Breakfast rentals are another typical accommodation type in Bancroft, with 6 offers listed. The average size of bed & breakfast rentals in Bancroft is 46 m² , and the average price is £75 per night.
Experience rural Canada with Bancroft holiday homes
At any time of year, a holiday letting in Bancroft, Canada is the ideal base for exploring a natural paradise of unique geology, pristine forests and glimmering lakes. History buffs will be enthralled by Bancroft's neighbouring ghost towns, and culture vultures will be stunned by jewellery and rock crafts produced in the area.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Bancroft?
Discover Bancroft's cultural gems
Bancroft is a place of pilgrimage for geology enthusiasts. Rockhound Gemboree is Canada's largest gem and mineral show, and draws visitors from across the globe each August. Year round you can visit the Princess Sodalite Mine Rock Shop and purchase your own colourful gem to take home, as well as a range of jewellery and gem-related crafts.
Next, discover the historic ghost towns that lie outside Bancroft. The tumbledown ruins of Blairton, Eldorado, Foymount and other gold rush towns are both picturesque and fascinating.
What are the best activities for families in Bancroft?
Sunny summer camp days
Positioned between Bancroft and Haliburton, Kids of Canada Summer Camps take advantage of the exquisite natural world outside your holiday home's front door. Day and overnight camps are the chance of a lifetime for kids to learn new skills, make new friends and relax in this unique bucolic setting.
At camp children can go on boating trips, learn orienteering through the great outdoors, and take part in dance and hockey lessons. They'll learn leadership skills along with new sports at this friendly children's centre.
Where are the unique attractions in Bancroft?
Natural wonders in Bancroft
Hastings Heritage Trail is the scene for all kinds of outdoor activities. The scenic loop takes you through the historic villages of Madoc, Marmora and Stirling. Ride on horseback, ATV or snowmobile this stunning route through exquisite natural surroundings.
Head to McGeachie Conservation Area to see beavers work on their dams in the wetlands and historic forest. The beautiful Steenburg Lake supports diverse flora and fauna, and lies on 500 acres of land. Don't miss the original homestead dating back 150 years.