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The Weather in Renfrewshire
Here is our climate diagram for Renfrewshire. On average, the warmest month is July. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Discover Scottish heritage with Renfrewshire holiday homes
Holiday homes in the ancient Scottish region of Renfrewshire are all about ancient castles, Rennie Mackintosh and idyllic parks. A host of family attractions and spectacular countryside await you.
Renfrew, on the banks of the River Clyde, has been a royal burgh since the 12th century. The historic seat of Renfrewshire has been shaped by the steel and shipbuilding industries. The 12th century Royal Stewart Castle is a fascinating landmark, filled with historic treasures.
Don't miss the 15th century effigies in the town hall, whose turrets ascend more than 100 feet into the air. A symbol of the town's industrial import, the towers still cut an impressive figure in the town's
Snowboard and see butterflies
Snowboard and ski on real snow at Snow Factor. Here you can immerse yourself in a winter sport wonderland at this state-of-the-art centre. Ski lessons and special events are accompanied by superb après ski. Soar at Intu Braehead offers a host of exciting family activities, from laser quest to a cinema, sledging and climbing walls.
Children love learning about the heather-filled moors, glens and rock pools at Castle Semple Loch. Special guides will show you the wildlife of the park, which include fluffy owls, bright butterflies and deer. Learn about the Tag-n-Track Wildlife Project and visit a number of fascinating historical attractions too. Castle Semple Collegiate Church dates back to 1504, and you can see the remains of an old mine at Muirshiel.
Parks and Rennie Mackintosh
Take a walk through the sublime and undulating landscapes of Barshaw Park, a 55-acre park that's home to an idyllic lake and walled garden. Take a ride on the model train and feed the birds.
House for an Art Lover is a remarkable edifice. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, it sits in the midst of Bellahouston Park. Its rooms exemplify the exquisite taste of the famous aesthete, and are (naturally) filled with artworks.
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