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Above are the weather conditions for Monmouth. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Monmouth in February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Discover ancient treasures with a Monmouth holiday cottage
Monmouth accommodations position you strategically among some of Britain's best-loved treasures, from Clearwell Caves to thousand-year-old Goodrich Castle. Whether you're holidaying with family or friends, Monmouth accommodation proffers magical experiences.
Ancient castles and more
Goodrich Castle is one of Britain's most impressive castles. Visit its 13th-century chapel and marvel at the glittering stained-glass windows. Walk the ramparts of the 11th-century medieval fortress and explore the collection of Civil War artefacts.
Meanwhile, at Monmouth Museum, no visit is ever the same. Changing exhibitions cover artistic, historical, and scientific fields. The centre aims to promote lifelong learning.
Rainforest and railways
Children love playing among floating tropical butterflies in the rainforest-like climate of Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo. Watch them sipping nectar and learn about the life cycle of these beautiful insects. There's also an outdoor laser tag environment, tea room, and picnic tables at this delightful family centre.
Explore secret passages and paths through ancient woodland at Perrygrove Railway and Treetop Adventure, and try to solve the riddle of the Gale Stone. The steam train chugs through the Royal Forest of Dean's leafy environs. Stop off at four different stations and discover hidden treasure.
Glittering caves and puzzling woods
Spectacular Clearwell Caves are famous for good reason. An ancient iron mine, the caves are encrusted with geological marvels. Wander through nine impressive caverns and learn about the generations of people who carved out a life from the iron ore here. Don't miss out on art on display at the blacksmith's workshop.
Discover the secrets of Puzzlewood. It's inspired writers and film directors alike, and you'll see why when you arrive. This remarkable ancient woodland is packed with atmosphere. Meet grazing animals and find your way through a combination of indoor and outdoor mazes.
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