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The Weather in Daventry
Above is a climate diagram for Daventry. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Daventry, with temperatures falling below 3°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Holiday cottages in Daventry for history and fun outdoors
Holiday lettings in Daventry are an eclectic mix of old- and new-build houses and apartments. With its long history, Daventry is home to several historically interesting and quaint buildings. Houses tend to be large and detached, and it is possible to rent whole houses or apartments.
Daventry from the Iron Age onwards
Though the area has been settled since the Iron Age, Daventry began as an Anglo-Saxon village around 920 AD. It is full of historical interest, with some of its more notable features including 74 listed buildings. Make sure to see the Grade-1-listed Church of the Holy Cross, built during the 1750s, and Canons Ashby House, a Grade-1-listed Elizabethan manor house. Located 11 miles from Daventry, the house was rescued from decay by the National Trust in the 1980s.
Taking the kids along
There is more than enough on offer for kids, including the popular Daventry Country Park on the edge of Daventry. The park is complete with a large play area, café, nature trail, and fitness equipment. There is also a skate park suitable for older children. Northampton also has a lot to offer for children. You can go on a unique trek at Catanger Llamas, or take the kids to Irchester Country Park for a play day outside.
Excursions and trips around Northamptonshire
The city of Northampton, which is just 13.3 miles, or 30 minutes' drive, from Daventry, has a lot on offer. With numerous large historic buildings such as Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens and Delapré Abbey, it’s easy to find places to spend peaceful days out. For a more exciting trip, book a day at Tanks a Lot, where you can drive a tank. Northamptonshire also has several canals – organised or self-led boat trips are a fun way to get around the area.
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