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The weather in Salisbury
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in February. It may rain 25 days in December while it typically rains only 16 days in September.
Holiday cottages in the ancient city of Salisbury
Holiday lettings in Salisbury consist of many traditional cottages, many of which are topped with thatched roofs and have wood-burning fireplaces. Many are surrounded by lush green country gardens with outdoor seating for your enjoyment. The cottages are usually quite traditionally decorated, making them cosy and welcoming.
Exploring with kids
Besides exploring the numerous ancient and medieval sites within the city, there are quite a few child-focused activities in the area to discover. These include petting farms, a Mystery Treasure Trail which covers an outdoor one mile-long circuit, and indoor and outdoor play centres; all of which are open year-round. Also popular is the 18th-century museum manor, Mompesson House, owned by the National Trust.
Travel through time around ancient Sarum
Old Sarum was the name given to the original old town which existed before modern day Salisbury. It harks back to the medieval period, and even earlier. The history of the area is most plainly seen at Salisbury Plain, where the most famous site is located – Stone Henge. This archaeological wonder is just eight miles from Salisbury itself.
Another ancient Roman city, Bath, is just 41 miles away and takes an hour to get to by car or train. Day trips and excursions can be arranged to see the Bath Spas and its old Roman architecture.
Celebrating the past
History is central to the life of Salisbury and there are many regular events available, an example of which is the Pilgrimage Walk, which take a closer look at the medieval history of the town. These walks tend to take place once a month from June to September.
The townspeople also love their beers and ales, and these can be celebrated at the Beerex Festival each June. The most famous event which takes place not far from Salisbury is the Summer Solstice, when many gather around Stone Henge for this ancient celebration of the seasons.
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