118 fantastic accommodation options from 15 providers, such as Casamundo or Expedia, are currently available in Cirencester. HomeToGo immediately highlights top offers by comparing all available holiday lettings.
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Accommodation options can be narrowed down based on different criteria. Above, you will find the number of lettings that offer a specific feature in Cirencester. It's easy to choose a rental meeting your criteria in Cirencester if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you never miss an episode of your favourite show, since a lot of the rentals provide internet or TVs. Plan your holidays in advance if you want a rental with a pool or you want to go fishing. There are just 1 listed properties including pools and 2 rentals providing fishing.
The Weather in Cirencester
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Above are the weather conditions for Cirencester. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Cirencester, with temperatures falling below 1°. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is February.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Cirencester
77 of the 118 listed lettings in Cirencester are hotel rooms. In other words, they make up nearly half of the accommodation types there (43.5%). The average size of hotel rooms in Cirencester is 19 m², with a median price of £180 a night. Moreover, these properties are usually ideal if you're going in a group of 2, since that's the average number of guests that hotel rooms are able to host in Cirencester. If you're searching for another type of accommodation, you can search and compare alternative offers, such as bed & breakfast rentals, which are another typical type of accommodation in Cirencester. Our data shows that the average price of bed & breakfast rentals is £116 per night for an area of 19 m².
Cirencester holiday lettings are about beaches and Roman beginnings
Snuggled in the Cotswolds, your holiday letting in the majestic yet pastoral town of Cirencester is an undiscovered gem. Roman treasures, off-grid living, and outdoor leisure and culture coincide in the ever-beguiling Cirencester. Homes here range from stone country cottages to grand estates.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Cirencester?
Cirencester was a significant Roman settlement, and as such, today it is home to one of the finest collections of artefacts in the country. Visit the Corinium Museum to see a variety of Roman objects, floors, and carvings, and the famous, 2nd century Bodicacia Tombstone.
The exquisite Church of St John the Baptist was built almost 1,000 years ago. Although the stained glass dates only from the 15th century, older parts of the church include St Catherine's Chapel (constructed around 1150) and the Lady Chapel (1240).
What are the best activities for families in Cirencester?
Outdoor adventures for the whole family
Abbey Home Farm is an ecological venue that the whole family will adore. Off-grid living is exemplified in this bucolic idyll, where you can take trailer rides and meet the animals. The 650 hectare farm offers guided walks on which you can feed and learn how to care for pigs, cows, and sheep.
Stir children's imaginations with a trip to Rodmarton Manor. They'll love running around the gardens here, which are some of the finest in the Cotswolds. Tall hedges and flower-lined avenues are perfect for games of hide and seek. Inside the house, you can see artefacts typical of the Arts and Crafts movement in the 19th century.
Where are the unique attractions in Cirencester?
Sculptures and blissful beaches
Cotswold Water Park is, in fact, a combination of nature reserve, holiday site, and marl lake system. Water sports like kayaking and rowing accompany high wire courses and wildlife spotting in this scenic area.
Elemental Sculpture Park combines sculpture-filled parkland with a gallery and cafe. Fascinating forms are strewn throughout the parkland, offering unique sightseeing and photo opportunities.
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