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The Weather in Marlow
Check out the climate diagram for Marlow. During November, maximum temperatures climb above 24°. However, temperatures can go lower than 0° in Marlow in January. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is January.
Enjoy your stay in a Marlow holiday cottage
Located on the outskirts of High Wycombe, the pleasant village of Marlow is ideally located for visitors who want to explore the county of Buckinghamshire. Famous as the home of champion rower Sir Steve Redgrave, fans can visit his statue in the town or try rowing on the Thames for themselves!
Explore Marlow with the family
The nearby River & Rowing Museum in Henley is a great day out for the whole family; learn about the history and success of the sport, or enjoy the special gallery dedicated to the children's classic book Wind in the Willows. Head underground and explore the Hellfire Caves, a series of caverns filled with waxworks and sound effects which tell the history of this intriguing destination. Or take a day trip to the nearby resort of Maidenhead where you can visit the charming Bekonscot Model Village, home to 200 buildings and 3000 tiny inhabitants.
The area around Marlow is home to some of the finest historic homes in the country. Visit Hughenden Manor, home of former Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, or Dorney Court, a restored Tudor manor house dating from the 16th century. Both are full of fascinating historical artefacts and fine works of art. Travel further back in time and spend the day at Stonor Park. Parts of the current building date from as far back as the 12th century, with the chapel, Grand Hall and library added in later centuries.
Enjoy the Regatta
The towns and villages along the Thames hold regattas, or rowing competitions, throughout the summer months; the Marlow Regatta takes place every June and includes rowing races for competitors of all ages. Visit on Sundays and enjoy the more relaxed atmosphere with live entertainment, food stalls and the chance to try your hand at a rowing machine on dry land before heading back to rest at your Marlow accommodation.
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