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Price and Availability Index in Glastonbury
Holiday Letting Price Information in Glastonbury
We summarised price information data in the above graph to give you more insights into prices in Glastonbury. Prices reach their peak during one week in June. The average price per night in a holiday letting in Glastonbury this week (22/06 - 29/06) is £115. On the other hand, in January you will find the cheapest prices (11/01 - 18/01). The average price this week is £70 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Glastonbury
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Glastonbury. It is harder to find accommodation during the week of February (16/02 - 23/02), as 44% of the rentals are booked. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in one week in November (30/11 - 07/12), when 85 of the rentals are still available.
The Weather in Glastonbury
This is the climate diagram for Glastonbury. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 22°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Go to the gig of a lifetime with a Glastonbury holiday cottage
Glastonbury is often considered the United Kingdom's most magical town. Whether or not you believe in the power of the ley lines (ancient paths with supposed spiritual significance) said to converge here, with a holiday letting you can enjoy attractions as diverse as the mythical Glastonbury Tor or the Glastonbury Festival.
A gateway to the Celtic underworld
Today a ruin that dates to the 7th century (with some myths claiming it goes back to the 1st century), Glastonbury Abbey was once one of the most prestigious seats of Britain's church. However, its last abbot was hung here during the dissolution of the monasteries in 1539 by King Henry VIII, and what remains are the nave walls and St Mary's Chapel.
Glastonbury Tor is home to about as romantic a ruin as you'll find anywhere on earth. It takes about half an hour to ascend from Well House Lane to the medieval Chapel of St Michael. According to Celtic myth, the hill is home to the king of the underworld and lord of the faeries, though others say it is here that King Arthur sleeps, awaiting the call of his country.
Travel back to prehistory
Give yourself a splash at White Spring, one of Glastonbury's sacred wells, which is believed to have healing powers. Lake Village Museum displays fascinating artefacts recovered from a prehistoric village preserved in a bog. A trip to Stonehenge, about an hour's drive away, is a popular day trip.
Get thee to Glasto
Glastonbury Festival, in neighbouring Pilton, is the star-studded arts festival held annually (sometimes with a break every five years) at the end of June. Born out of countercultural movements in 1970, the festival doesn't just inspire career-capping performances from the world's musical greats. You can also enjoy dance, comedy, theatre, cabaret, and other performances throughout this raucous confluence of about 135,000 attendees.
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