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Price and Availability Index Gloucestershire
Holiday Letting Price Information in Gloucestershire
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Gloucestershire. in Gloucestershire, prices can go up to £145 (13/07 - 20/07). However, in January (12/01 - 19/01), prices decrease to an average of £94 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Gloucestershire
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Gloucestershire for the next twelve months. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in August (25/08 - 01/09). Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Gloucestershirein November (24/11 - 01/12).
The weather in Gloucestershire
Above are the weather conditions for Gloucestershire. July is the warmest month of the year in Gloucestershire with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 23°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is September.
Gloucestershire holiday cottages make Britain great
Gloucestershire's rolling hills cradle villages of thatched cottages reminiscent of Tolkien's Middle Earth – a peaceful green paradise. Filled with some of Britain's most ancient sites and impressive palaces, the lush countryside beckons biking, canoeing, and horseriding enthusiasts. Discover the heart of England in Gloucestershire.
Why you need to come to the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are 800 square miles of pure England: golden stone and rolling hills punctuated by some of the most fantastic palaces and castles. Villages of thatched roof houses are cradled in verdant countryside, threaded by rivers and swathes of wildflowers. Discover rhinoceroses strolling the grounds of Blenheim Palace, visit the birthplace of Winston Churchill, and indulge in the finest English cream tea in Chipping Norton's famous tea rooms.
The Soul Circus is an internationally renowned summer yoga festival held in Gloucester. Classes, superb live music, and delicious food and drink will satisfy the yogi in you at this relaxing gathering. Cheltenham Literature Festival, held in October, has played host to famous fiction writers Ian McEwan, Alan Carr, and Jacqueline Wilson.
Gloucestershire's greatest attractions
The International Centre for Birds of Prey
Visit the oldest centre for the conservation of birds of prey in the world. Get up close to your new feathered friends, including eagles, vultures, falcons, and miniature owls. Experience the majesty of these creatures firsthand.
Royal Forest of Dean
The famous Forest of Dean is renowned for its ancient trees and the enchanting open-air Puzzlewood Caves. Besides gliding on zip-wires, kayaking, and cycling, you can follow the Sculpture Trail, or take in the views at the area’s numerous castles, museums, and cathedrals.
Symonds Yat Rock
Gaze over the winding River Wye from this celebrated natural landmark, which is often circled by birds of prey. An ancient hill fort awaits you at the peak, where you can enjoy a snack from the log cabin cafe. In preparation for your journey, you can download the Symonds Yat stargazing guide, which locates constellations and regional points of interest.
Chedworth Roman Villa
This nationally significant Roman villa dates to the Roman occupation of Britain some 2,000 years ago. Snuggled in the stunning Cotswolds, it is one of the grandest sites in the area. Come and see the spectacular mosaic floors, hypocaust heating system, and bathhouse that have been unearthed by archaeologists in recent years. Enjoy the tranquil setting, which teems with wildlife, or treat yourself to something sweet in the tea room.
Step back 4,500 years at these caves, which were mined by our ancient ancestors to make ochre paint. Miners created a maze of subterranean passageways within the gigantic natural caverns. Go caving, visit the museum documenting its long history, or experience one of the magical events that regularly animate the caves.
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