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The weather in Minehead
Check out the climate diagram for Minehead. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 3° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is May.
Discover Somerset with a Minehead holiday letting
Rent a holiday cottage in the coastal village of Minehead and bask in the friendliness of the people of Somerset. Not only is the area blessed with natural beauty but there's plenty to see and do. Ride the magnificent heritage railway, stop for an indulgent afternoon cream tea and catch some theatre at the Regal Theatre.
Eating out when visiting Minehead
Minehead has a range of places to eat, from quaint tea shops to fantastic restaurants. The Apple Tree Tea Rooms is a favourite of the locals and their luxurious cakes and home-made cream teas are simply divine. You can even swap your tea for a glass of something fizzy and aloholic to make it extra special.
Pulhams Mill Inn is award-winning and situated by the pretty Pulham River, just 30 minutes from Minehead — ideal for those balmy English summer days. The handmade furniture gives this place a cosy, welcoming feel and their selection of hearty dishes keeps customers coming time and time again. Miller's Restaurants boasts a roaring fire in winter and a candlelit dining room all year round. Its waterside location reflects the best of what Minehead accommodation has to offer.
Arts and Culture in Minehead
The best way to see this stunning part of England is to take a ride on the West Somerset Railway. Travel the 20-mile heritage track and hop off at any number of its ten stops to see the area at a more leisurely pace. Stop off at the Minehead Museum to get an insight into the history of the surrounding area with a range of exhibits ideal for both adults and children.
The local Regal Theatre stages lots of mature and professional productions. Plays and comedy acts dominate the bill, but the odd musical and dance performance is not unheard of. Check the website for details of what's on during your stay.
Exploring the wider area
Your self catering Minehead accommodation will be located in the beautiful county of Somerset, on the coast just below the Bristol Channel. The most prominent city in the area is the Roman metropolis of Bath. This architecturally stunning city is known for its famous bath and cathedral, in addition to the parks, museums and churches. It can be reached in under an hour from Minehead and makes an excellent day trip from your coastal holiday letting.
Also situated in Somerset is the pretty town of Glastonbury. Famed for its music festival, the town is actually a delight in its own right. Explore the old streets and the Glastonbury Tor before stopping off in Wells to sample a local cider at some of the best pubs in England.
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