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Find the Solihull District climate diagram. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 22°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Solihull, with temperatures going under 2°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Stay in a historic holiday cottage in Solihull, West Midlands
Situated amid the gently rolling landscape of the West Midlands, Solihull is a characterful town with a number of elegant country houses and rustic cottages, all comfortably furnished and featuring the mod cons necessary for a relaxing stay.
Simply strolling through Solihull's town centre is a pleasure, as you'll pass by historic buildings and distinctive Tudor-style architecture. Look out for the Grade I-listed St. Alphege Church, which dates back to the 13th-century, and hosts choral recitals accompanied by the 17th-century pipe organ.
Solihull is also home to the National Motorcycle Museum. Celebrating British motor engineering history, this museum is a shrine to both classic and modern motorcycles. The Core Theatre, meanwhile, is a local arts hub, where you can enjoy family entertainment, exciting crafts workshops, and more.
Shopaholics will find a refuge in the Touchwood Shopping Centre, a mini mecca for both high-street and designer fashion. You'll also find shops selling toys, electronics and beauty products, as well as a great choice of restaurants, and a multiplex cinema.
Solihull has no shortage of tranquil places for strolling, picnicking and simply unwinding. Malvern and Brueton Park, and Elmdon Park, are both home to an array of wildlife and great facilities. For a park of a different variety, make the 30-minute journey to Drayton Manor Theme Park, filled with exhilarating rides for all ages.
Solihull is an ideal base for those attending an event in Birmingham's nearby NEC, with exhibitions covering everything from The Clothes Show to The Ideal Home Show. The annual Crufts dog show is particularly popular.
Closer to home, you'll find foodie treats at the monthly Solihull Farmer's Market, held on the High Street on the first Friday of the month. Similarly, head to the Fine and Local Food Fayre on the third Saturday of the month for delicious products such as regional cheeses and fresh breads.
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