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The Weather in Lydney
This is the climate diagram for Lydney. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 3° in February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Explore the Forest of Dean holiday cottages in Lydney
On the banks of the River Severn you'll find the Bronze Age farming town of Lydney. Your holiday cottage will be close to the famous Forest of Dean and its many attractions.
Castles and ancient monument
Though there has been a settlement here since Roman times, the imperious St Briavels Castle was built in the 12th century. Wonder at the impressive crossbow bolts produced here by medieval ironmongers and be transported back in time as you wander the ramparts.
Stroll along Lydney harbour, a Scheduled Ancient Monument dating back to the 1870s. Many of the ships built to contend with the Spanish Armada were constructed at Lydney using wood felled in the Forest of Dean.
Puzzles and Peppa Pig
The Park Gardens of Dean Forest Railway are famous, and there's so much to see in this leafy haven. The Museum is packed with railway artefacts and stories. Kids will be thrilled about meeting Thomas the Tank Engine and Peppa Pig.
Explore Puzzle Forest, a maze of 14 acres that surrounds you with labyrinthine passages, secret doorways and ravines. There's also a Roman iron workshop to discover, along with Clearwell Caves, which wow visitors with spectacular natural formations dating to the Bronze Age. The iron mining museum is both entertaining and educational for families.
Natural highs in Lydney
In Norman times, the Kings of England used to hunt in the Royal Forest of Dean. Today, this emerald patch of paradise is still fit for a king. These spectacular landscapes have inspired artists throughout the ages. Come in April and wander through a carpet of bluebells exuding a heady scent.
The National Bird of Prey Centre is an award-winning centre specialising in interacting with Britain's birds of prey. Get the chance to hold an owl and learn how to work with falcons. Photography sessions capture magic moments with these majestic creatures, and you'll be enthralled by demonstrations and lectures.
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