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The Weather in Frome
Check out the climate diagram for Frome. July is the warmest month in Frome, with average daily maximum temperatures of 20°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Frome in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Discover castles and wolf packs at a Frome holiday cottage
Frome accommodation is all about experiencing the stunning Somerset landscape on walks and horseback rides. The area is filled with spectacular heritage and family attractions that you will never forget.
The ruin of Nunney Castle is perhaps even more impressive now that it has been reclaimed by nature than it was in its heydey. The dense walls of the moated castle, which dates back to the 1370s, still stand. You'll be awed by the technical proficiency of its builders.
Safaris and soft play
Visit Longleat Safari and Adventure Park and meet baby animals you just won't want to leave behind. See meerkats close up and flocks of flamingoes at feeding time, and drive through the lion den and meet Anne the elephant before hearing the wolf pack call. You can even walk among giraffes and zebra and feed a lorikeet.
Alternatively, monkey around at Go Bananas Soft Play Centre. Interactive computer games accompany a ball pond, slides, bridges, and tunnels at this exciting indoor play centre. Meanwhile, adults can enjoy free WiFi and café snacks, along with tea, coffee, and real hot chocolate.
Visit the Walled Garden at Mells and recharge in a green bower that dates back to the 17th century. Look out on historic church meadowland and enjoy the scented sweet peas, cornflowers, and poppies in season. There are plenty of hidden hideaways to discover, plus dappled spots where you and your family can enjoy a sunny picnic.
Farleigh Hungerford Castle has the largest collection of human-shaped lead coffins in the UK, and its remarkable stature has been a focal point for some three hundred years. There are plenty of fascinating stories about its long history – listen to them as you explore its many rooms.
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