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Price and Availability Index in Corfe Castle
Holiday Letting Price Information in Corfe Castle
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Corfe Castle. in Corfe Castle, prices rise to around £136 (21/12 - 28/12). You can find some of the best deals during one week in March (16/03 - 23/03). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Corfe Castle
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Corfe Castle with the graph above. In one week of July (27/07 - 03/08), 58% of the holiday homes are booked. It is easier to find a rental during one week of October (12/10 - 19/10), when only 20% of the holiday lettings on offer are booked.
The Weather in Corfe Castle
Above are the weather conditions for Corfe Castle. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 22°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Stay at a holiday letting in Corfe Castle to discover the past
One thousand years of history are hidden behind the walls of Corfe Castle. Discover the warfare that shaped this corner of Devon when you stay in a holiday letting close to Corfe Castle. A Corfe Castle cottage, and its beautiful surroundings, are waiting for you and your family.
Discover Corfe Castle's thousand years of history
Views of the village of Corfe Castle are dominated by the castle itself. Whereas the structure may be a fantastic visitor attraction now, its dramatic hilltop position will remind you that it was first built in the name of defence and warfare, perhaps as far back as Roman times. These days, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. Discover how the village would have looked in the 1600s at Corfe Castle Model Village, or relax in the sublime castle gardens.
Learn about local history at Corfe Castle Town Trust Museum, or immerse yourself in the clay-mining era in the mid-1800s with a trip to the Purbeck Mineral and Mining Museum. A ride on the Swanage Railway will take you back in time to the age of steam. If you need to refuel, you'll find plenty of eateries and tea rooms in the area.
A child’s-eye view of Corfe Castle: Old-fashioned sweets and fresh air
Whether playing croquet or Jenga in the Model Village or running around the commons, kids will love Corfe Castle. If the village's traditional sweetshop is not enough to tempt them, there are plenty of entertainment opportunities nearby. Leave your Corfe castle accommodation for a few hours and explore the surrounding area.
Home to over 250 monkeys and apes, Monkey World is the perfect place for families. Spend your time learning about these amazing primates in this sprawling sanctuary. Alternatively, young children will love the Wareham Bears Collection, an assortment of more than 200 well-dressed bears. If your family is more outdoorsy, you could head to Studland Bay to enjoy its untouched woodland walks and fresh sea air.
Corfe Castle's welcoming wilderness
Surrounding Purbeck's heathland has been a haven for some of Britain’s most diverse wildlife since Neolithic times. Its almost 1,000 hectares provide shelter for a variety of rare species, including the Dartford warbler, nightjars, the Purbeck mason wasp, and the marsh gentian. As part of the Jurassic Coast, Purbeck’s coastline is home to dinosaur footprints and stunning hiking trails.
Durlston Country Park is another natural paradise. Its limestone cliffs provide shelter for a host of seabirds, and its meadows are home to many species of wildlife. Take a ferry to Brownsea Island, where Guiding and Scouting were first started, or head to the village of Studland to see its pretty Norman church.
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