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Find the perfect holiday rental from £18 per night by searching through the 862 options being offered in Salford. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo highlights the most economical offers as well as the highest rated lettings in Salford.
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The Weather in Salford
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month in Salford, with average daily maximum temperatures of 22°. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is June.
Discover British culture with holiday cottages in Salford
Come to Salford to find some of England's most magical attractions. From Old Trafford to medieval houses, you can tap into a rich cultural and industrial heritage from your holiday home in stunning Salford.
World class art
Salford Museum and Art Gallery was originally the UK's first free public library. A thrilling programme of exhibitions and special events augments the permanent collection. Take part in a Victorian washday, learn a craft, and contribute to the Memory Boxes.
The Lowry Theatre is home to the largest collections of works by LS Lowry in the world. The exhibition is accompanied by audio tours and offers a unique perspective on the life and work of this epoch-defining local artist.
Sacred sporting sites and industrial heritage
Old Trafford is one of the United Kingdom's most reverend sites. The cricket ground is a Mecca for pilgrims attracted by this sacred component of British culture. Come and take a tour of this historic sporting site, or even better, enjoy a game in the sunshine.
The Museum of Science and Industry tells the story of the region's rich industrial history. With a host of interactive exhibits and changing collections, there's so much to engage your family. See the first commercial computer and the world's largest collection of steam mill engines in the famous Power Hall.
Sanctuaries and historic homes
Salford Cathedral emulates architectural features from the Gothic and Renaissance styles. The sanctuary was inspired by the Benedictine Abbey of Selby, not far away. The roof, though, takes inspiration from the Church of St James in Liege, Belgium. Enjoy equally inspiring choral performances beneath this imposing spire.
Ordsall Hall is a Grade I listed Tudor manor house, but the building's existence was first recorded almost 1000 years ago. A medieval residence was converted into the home of Tudor nobles. It's said to be haunted and boasts landscaped gardens and an impressive art collection.
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