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The Weather in Hamble-le-Rice
Here is our climate diagram for Hamble-le-Rice. July is the warmest month in Hamble-le-Rice, with average daily maximum temperatures of 21°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Hamble-le-Rice, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Enjoy a Charming English Sojourn at Holiday Cottages in Hamble-le-Rice
For travellers who want to experience England's small-town, local side, the village of Hamble-le-Rice is just the place. What you might notice immediately on reaching this area are the rows of pretty houses along beautiful streets. Renting one of these is the cherry on the cake to your holiday. From quaint Bauhaus-style houses by the river to welcoming cottages and holiday apartments, you have plenty of choice for Hamble-le-Rice holiday lettings.
Located in Hampshire, this picturesque little village was once an aircraft training centre. Today, it is a popular yachting destination with events and races happening throughout the year. Sailing is just one of the many activities visitors can enjoy here. From discovering local restaurants and sights to exploring nearby locations, Hamble-le-Rice holiday rentals offer plenty of fun activities.
Where to eat in Hamble-le-Rice
For a small place, Hamble is home to a surprising number of restaurants, cafés, and pubs – which is also a great way to mingle with the locals for travellers seeking to learn more about local pastimes, culture, and more. If Italian food is what you love, head to La Dolce Vita to tuck into hearty servings of pasta and pizza, accompanied by delectable local wine.
Located right in the heart of the village, Ye Olde Whyte Harte is perfect for food and drinks after a day of exploring. With oak beams, low ceilings, and a log fire to keep everyone warm, this 1563 pub is regarded as one of the best pubs in Southampton. Order the Hampshire beef steak, take your pick from the beers and fine wines, and just sit back to unwind.
Points of interest for art and culture lovers
Stunning Norman architecture on the outside and beautiful stained glass windows inside are what makes the medieval Priory Church of St. Andrew the Apostle a beloved attraction in Hamble-le-Rice among architecture, culture, and history-loving visitors.
The village is known for its history as a training centre during World War II, but it has a connection to World War I, too. The TS Mercury Memorial in the churchyard stands as a permanent memorial to Mercury boys who sacrificed their lives in the war.
Places to explore nearby
While staying in Hamble-le-Rice, you can take a short drive to visit several other attractions. The Manor Farm Country Park in Bursledon, with its farmyard animals, open spaces, and play areas is perfect for a day out with the children.
The beautiful ruins of the 13th century Netley Abbey near Southampton is now the most whole surviving Cistercian monastery in all of southern England. This medieval ruin attracts history and architecture lovers from all over.
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