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448 welcoming properties from 21 providers can be booked in Stow-on-the-Wold with prices beginning at £50 per night. By comparing these holiday rentals, HomeToGo highlights the best deals as well as the most popular rentals in Stow-on-the-Wold.
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The weather in Stow-on-the-Wold
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Find the kernel of Englishness at Stow-on-the-Wold holiday lettings
David Hockney, one of Britain's greatest living landscape painters, has immortalized the beauty of Stow-on-the-Wold on many occasions. At the height of the town's thriving wool industry, it was not uncommon for 20,000 sheep to be sold at one time. The Market Square's ancient cross, elm tree and town stocks define this atmospheric town, with roots reaching back beyond Roman times.
Art and nature
Visit St Edward's Church, a dazzling ecclesiastical edifice that has survived on this spot since the 1th century. Its historic atmosphere is palpable as you walk along the nave, only to be stunned by its psychedelic stained glass windows. Nearby, the famous gardens at Hidcote Manor, Kiftsgate Court and Sezincote are oases of serenity illuminated by profuse exotic blooms. Sezincote is 1820 hectares of temples, grottoes and waterfalls surrounding a 200 year old Mogul Indian palace. Don't forget to check out the history of Britain's favourite sport at the Cricket Museum.
As the falcon flies
Not far from the town, Cotswold Falconry Centre lets you come face to face with the kings of the sky. Children and adults alike are awed by the exhibitions of soaring eagles, hawks, owls and falcons. Appreciate their incredibly graceful flight and learn about their history in the area. Batsford Arboretum is 22 hectares of parkland overlooking the idyllic Evenlode Valley populated by over 1500 species of trees.
An ancient fair
A slice of Britain's ancient history is still thriving. In May and October, Gypsy Horse Fair is held in the open fields just minutes' walk from the centre of town. You can travel the four corners of the earth and not find anything quite like the gypsy fair. Traditional Morris Dances are still performed with panache. Normans in the 11th century fostered the creation of markets in the vicinity of manors. A charter granted 500 years ago still decides the dates of the fairs.
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