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The weather in Grassington
The above is a climate diagram for Grassington. July is the warmest month of the year in Grassington with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 21°. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is December.
Discover the scenic Yorkshire Dales with a Grassington holiday cottage
Visiting Grassington is like stepping into a time capsule. With its cobbled streets, Yorkshire stone buildings, independent gift shops, and a market square, the pretty town centre is a joy to explore. Beyond the appeal of its picturesque character, the town is perfectly placed for discovering the rolling Yorkshire Dales, by foot, bike or by car.
Grassington accommodation is typically homely cottages built from local stone, many featuring timber beams and veiled with ivy or other creepers. A Grassington cottage provides an ideal base for independent visitors who prefer to stay in a cosy ‘home from home’ where they can enjoy extra space - many offer gardens, parking, and some also welcome furry friends.
Grassington Folk Museum in the Upper Wharfedale area offers a fascinating glimpse into the town’s traditional way of life, with exhibits showing an astonishing variety of artefacts. These help to tell the story of the area, from the days when farming and lead-mining were the main sources of employment, through to more recent times, when gramophones, cameras, and silent films were all the rage.
Yorkshire Dales and dramatic waterfalls
If you are a keen walker or cyclist then you will quickly discover the many routes which lead out of Grassington and into the Dales. For a four-mile round walk to the village of Hebden, begin at the Grassington National Park Centre, passing ancient stone-walled lanes, open fields, and hay meadows on the way. Once you reach Hebden, stop off for a well-earned cup of tea and freshly baked scone in the charming Old School Tea Room, before making your way back to Grassington.
A shorter walk is Linton Falls, a breathtakingly dramatic waterfall that can be viewed from the bridge above. Look down and marvel as the water cascades through the limestone rocks. Take the stepping stones across the Wharfe River and visit the idyllic stone Linton Church - the village also offers stunning views towards Grassington and the Dales. It is also worth noting that many pubs within the area welcome dogs.
Festive cheer at the Dickensian Market
Occurring every December, Grassington's Dickensian Festival is eagerly anticipated by locals and visitors alike. A Victorian-inspired Christmas market, visitors can revel in the atmosphere of a bygone era amongst locals clad in Victorian costume. Inhale the aroma of mulled wine and spices, and soak up the sounds of traditional Christmas songs.
The town's many independent shops join local producers selling their wares in the light-festooned market. For the littlest members of the family, there is also a Santa's grotto, Punch and Judy show, and traditional games. A particular highlight of the festival is the torchlight procession led by Mary and Joseph on their donkey.
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