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Price and Availability Index for Southampton
Holiday Letting Price Information in Southampton
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. The week with the highest average prices is in March (07/03 - 14/03). During this week, a night will cost on average £127. Southampton is cheaper during one week in November (30/11 - 07/12), when prices are on average £94 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Southampton
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Southampton for the next twelve months. More people travel to Southampton during a week in March (23/03 - 30/03). So far, 33% of the Southampton holiday lettings are occupied this week. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in one week in January (04/01 - 11/01), when 86 of the rentals are still available.
The Weather in Southampton
This is the climate diagram for Southampton. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 21°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Southampton, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Southampton holiday lettings that make you feel right at home
Located on the southern coast of England, Southampton is one of the major ports in the UK. Owing to its convenient location it boasts good transport links national as well as international cities. Whether you are a solo traveller or are vacationing with your family, the holiday cottages in Southampton will serve as a perfect base from which to explore this city.
Popular historical attractions in Southampton
The old town, located south of the city centre, gives you the perfect opportunity to step back in time. It houses more than 30 ancient monuments and over 90 listed buildings. Some of the famous visitors and residents of the old town include William Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Henry V.
Built in the late 15th century, the Tudor House was originally built for a wealthy merchant family. Today it is a museum that displays several artefacts spanning the 900 years of local history. Visit this museum to see exhibits from the Edwardian and Victorian eras.
Local events that you can enjoy in Southampton
One of the longstanding festivals in Southampton is the Southampton Mela Festival which is held at Hoglands Park. Enjoy dance styles and music from South Asia and the rest of the world. Enjoy a fun evening filled with music, dance, great activities and international food stalls.
Let’s Rock Southampton is an annual music festival that celebrates the 1980s. This family-friendly festival has something on offer for everyone. There are numerous kids’ activities during this festival that your children can take part in.
Landmarks to see in Southampton
Learn more about the aviation heritage of Southampton at the Solent Sky Museum. Home to an impressive collection of models, flying machines and photographs, this museum houses a Supermarine racing seaplane, a Spitfire and a Sandringham flying boat.
Southampton Common has been listed as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) because of the abundant flora and fauna found here. This 326 acre site is the largest open space in the entire city.
Located in the Southampton city centre, Bargate is a medieval gatehouse that was built during the Norman times. It was once a part of the town walls of Southampton and served as the main gate of this city.
Netley Abbey was established in 1239 and is one of the best preserved Cistercian monasteries in all of southern England. Almost all the walls of this abbey are still standing and you can explore the ruins of the abbot’s house, the cloister buildings and the church.
New Forest Wildlife Park
Located on the edge of the New Forest, this wildlife park specialises in the native wildlife of Britain. Your kids will love viewing animals like Scottish wildcats, owls, wolves, deer and polecats.
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