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Price and Availability Index in Herefordshire
Holiday Letting Price Information in Herefordshire
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Herefordshire. Prices rise in July and reach an average of £107 a night (13/07 - 20/07), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. In January (05/01 - 12/01), prices will hit an average low of £72 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Herefordshire
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Herefordshire. It is in December that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (22/12 - 29/12). On the contrary, only 21% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in December (01/12 - 08/12).
The weather in Herefordshire
Find the Herefordshire climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 23° Conversely, January is the coolest month in Herefordshire, with temperatures going under 4°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Herefordshire - holiday cottages in an age-old setting
Experience Herefordshire and its ancient towns and villages from one of the county's gorgeous holiday cottages and country houses. Each one is large and homely with access to the countryside and the broad history of the area.
Entertaining the children in Hereforshire
There is no shortage of activities for kids. Try the indoor play centres such as Planet Play, the Haugh Woods Butterfly Trails (6 km from Hereford), and a selection of museums. There is also the Shortwood Family Farm (14 km from Hereford) and the Broomy Hill Miniature Railway (less than 1.5 km).
Best times to visit - events in Herefordshire
The towns of Herefordshire ooze culture with the Hay Festival being the most famous example of this. Music fans will love the Bromyard Folk Festival in September. In addition, May Day Bank Holiday hosts the Ross Beer Festival at Ross-on-Wye, and there are a selection of walking festivals throughout the year.
Unique Herefordshire - where history reveals itself
Hereford Cathedral is a spectacular example of Gothic architecture looming over the landscape. A place of worship has existed on the site since around the 8th century, but the current building originates from 1079. The cathedral is home to intriguing artefacts which thousands of visitors flock to every year.
Mappa Mundi & Chained Library Exhibition
The Mappa Mundi, a unique medieval treasure, is housed at Hereford Cathedral. Believed to have been made at around 1300, this map shows what medieval scholars believed the world to look like at the time, centring on Jerusalem, the heart of Christianity.
The Chained Library is the largest and best preserved of its kind in the world and includes 1500 books dating as far back as 800AD and up to the 19th century.
This National Trust building consists of a manor house, landscape garden, parkland and lake, and it dates back to the 1700s. There are always historical displays presenting how the house would have looked like in its hey-day, and for families there is an outdoor play area, lawn mazes, woodland walks and the chance to get hands-on with the historical displays.
If you love vodka and gin, then a tour of the Chase Distillery is definitely for you. Makers of award-winning spirits, Chase Distillery give you the chance to see how their product is made, from field to bottle. They will then invite you to their own Chase Bar to give you a lesson in how to really appreciate quality spirits.
The Old House
The Old House museum is a fine, well-preserved example of a 17th century timber-framed house. Built in 1621, it is now furnished with period style aesthetics to give you a real feel of the era. Kids can get involved, with costumes and puzzles.
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