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Price and Availability Index in South West England
Holiday Letting Price Information in South West England
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in South West England. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in July (27/07 - 03/08), when prices hit an average of £136 a night. Prices decrease in March to an average of £78 per night (02/03 - 09/03).
Holiday Home Availability Information in South West England
Check how busy South West England is with our availability graph. The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in July (27/07 - 03/08). The week with the highest percentage of available lettings is in October (12/10 - 19/10).
The Weather in South West England
Here is our climate diagram for South West England. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. March is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 3°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is June.
Come see why South West England holiday lettings are so special
South West England is a treasure trove of ancient wonders, idyllic coastal villages and world-renowned music festivals. Come and contemplate the mystery of Stonehenge, watch theatre by the light of the setting sun, and bathe like an ancient Roman in one of the UK's most evocative locations.
No one knows why the monolithic slabs that comprise Stonehenge are arranged in this particular location. Around five thousand years ago, these enormous chunks of Welsh sandstone were transported here in three phases. Amounting to an estimated 30 million hours of labour, this is one of Europe's most impressive prehistoric artworks.
Glamping at Glasto
Get your wellies on, Glastonbury is one of the world's best known music festivals, known as the English Woodstock. Glasto's hippie roots can be traced back to Worthy Farm in Pilton Village. Headliners include Led Zeppelin, Johnny Cash, T. Rex and Lady Gaga. But its not all about the music: a vast array of subsidiary cultural happenings now delight 135,000 gig-goers. Grab your ticket as soon as you can, as they go like gold dust.
Discover the great Britain
The Roman Baths
The picturesque town of Bath is named after its ancient Roman baths. Together with the Grand Pump Room, it's a unique historical treasure. Originally a Celtic shrine to the goddess Sulis, geothermal energy heated the Roman baths which are cleaned by limestone aquifers.
Brunel's Great Britain
This award-winning museum-ship was the longest passenger ship in the world from 1845-54. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, it was also the first ship to combine an iron body with a screw propeller. She was also the first iron steamer to cross the Atlantic, a journey that took 14 days. Discover her story here.
Not the reptile, but the most South-Westerly corner of the UK. The Lizard is known for its rugged geology, coastline teeming with granite-girded fishing villages, and luscious seafood. Plumes of smoke rise cosily from thatched cottages and Cornish pubs that resound with traditional folk music. Dig into the best clotted cream and new potatoes in the land.
Watch ballet, Shakespeare and concerts as the sun sets and the waves wash in beneath you at this magical theatre, carved right into the cliffs. Modelled on the amphitheatre, there's not a theatrical experience like the Minack. It seems to melt into the horizon, a fourth wall without compare.
Of all Britain's ecclesiastical buildings, Salisbury is one of the oldest and most impressive. Founded in 1092, it has seen the Hundred Years War, Reformation and Restoration periods. An example of late Gothic architectural style, its skeletal structure houses chapels consecrated to the Virgin Mary and the saints, as well as serene cloisters. Its choir and musical calendar are among the country's most prestigious.
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