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The Weather in Chiswick
Above is a climate diagram for Chiswick. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 24°. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is March.
Enjoy history and tradition from your Chiswick holiday letting
Chiswick is a beautiful, leafy place set in Middlesex, in western London, and was once home to the painter Camille Pissarro. Here you'll find a range of modern apartments and single family homes as well as more historic homes available to let as holiday cottages. The district's array of galleries, tours, and local historic spots will keep you busy and entertained. Enjoy a mix of culture and traditional pub life when you take a holiday in Chiswick. And to enjoy more central London sights, simply hop on the bus or Underground at one of the district's several public transportation stops.
Dining in Chiswick
Chiswick is a culturally diverse area with numerous options for foodies. Local top rated restaurants include TOR Thai Bistro, the Gourmet Burger Kitchen, the Greek restaurant Kalamari, and Fannos, which serves Persian cuisine, among others. For craft beer and either a burger or modern Italian cuisine in a hip setting, head to the Italian Job, and for a good gastropub, the Roebuck is enjoyable for both lunch and dinner. Most restaurants in Chiswick are clustered along the area's high street, making it easy to stroll from Chiswick holiday rentals to an array of potential dining and drinking options.
Chiswick arts and culture
Lovers of art and culture will not be disappointed while in Chiswick. You can easily get on the Tube to the more centrally located London hotspots like the National Gallery, Churchill War Rooms, and the British Museum, which are loaded with examples of Britain's rich history. In Chiswick itself, however, you can check out the current exhibits at the Lemongrove Gallery, Joanna Bird Contemporary Collections, or Robert Eagle Fine Art.
Likewise in Chiswick, you can get a double dose of culture and local history. Stop by Chiswick House and Gardens, a beautiful Palladian villa with accompanying grounds (don't miss the historic bridge and temple). An on-site cafe makes for a pleasant afternoon coffee. Be sure to also visit Hogarth's House, once a residence of the 18th century painter William Hogarth.
Traditional nightlife in Chiswick
The one thing you will surely notice about Chiswick are its many traditional pubs that are the highlight of the district. This might not be an area for late-night partying, but it is absolutely ideal for a relaxed pint. Some of the friendly classics include the George and Devonshire pub located almost on the Thames, the family-friendly George IV pub, and the Mawson Arms, which is the Fuller's Brewery tour starting point. Beer-lovers should be sure to take the Fuller's Brewery tour, or at least stop by the on-site bar, as this is the oldest, largest brewery in London. Riverside pubs include the City Barge and right nearby, the Bell & Crown.
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