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The weather in Ross-on-Wye
This is the climate diagram in Ross-on-Wye. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 3° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Relax in the British countryside with holiday lettings in Ross-on-Wye
Holiday lettings in Ross-on-Wye come in many shapes and sizes, including large traditional country cottages big enough for the whole family. Some even come with beautiful gardens, overlooking the lush green countryside of Herefordshire. Surrounded by such scenery, it's easy to forget that Ross-on-Wye is only an hour from Birmingham and 45 minutes from Newport, Wales.
Cultural Destinations in the Wye Valley
Goodrich Castle is the first port of call for a cultural experience in the Wye Valley. Of Norman origin, this English Heritage site has a rich and fascinating history, which you can explore with a free audio guide.
The town is also home to another Norman castle, Wilton Castle, its associated manor house, and the Thomas Blake Memorial Garden.
Travelling with kids
For a great outdoor experience with the little ones, Ross-on-Wye is home to the Wyedean Canoe and Adventure Centre. Besides canoeing down the Wye river, children over eight can try abseiling, caving, and ropes courses. Canoe trips are suitable for children over four years old.
Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo is a particularly popular attraction with children (and adults) of all ages. For even more excitement, check out Wye Valley Warfare, a laser-tag centre, which is located on the same grounds.
Living life on the border between England and Wales
Just 25 miles from Ross-on-Wye are the Malvern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The hills consist of an eight-mile ridge made up of some of the oldest geology in Britain, resembling a mini-mountain range.
While in the area, it's always worth visiting the book-lovers haven of Hay-on-Wye. The best time of year to visit this charming town is towards the end of May, when the Hay Festival takes place annually.
There are many wonderful towns within a short driving distance of Ross-on-Wye, including Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester and Cheltenham. The Costwolds, another area of outstanding natural beauty, is just an hour away.
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