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Price and Availability Index in Studland
Holiday Letting Price Information in Studland
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. The most expensive prices are in December (28/12 - 04/01). Prices reach an average of £132 per night. On average, the most interesting prices are in one week in March (23/03 - 30/03), when the average price is only £89 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Studland
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Studland for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate is in July (27/07 - 03/08). Only 45 of the rentals are still available. Conversely, 81% of the lettings are still available during a week in October (05/10 - 12/10).
The Weather in Studland
Above are the weather conditions for Studland. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 22°. However, temperatures can go lower than 1° in Studland in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Enjoy your visit to the south coast in a Studland holiday cottage
Located on England's south coast, at the western entrance to Poole Harbour, Studland is situated in an area which has always been popular with visitors. Unspoilt beaches, nature reserves and fascinating historic attractions make this a great destination for holidaymakers of all ages.
Family fun on the beach
Studland Beach is a huge stretch of sand, four miles long and ideal for families with children of all ages. Go swimming or try out new water sports, or spend some time exploring the dunes to spot local wildlife, such as deer and all six of Britain's native reptile species. Swanage Railway takes passengers on the six-mile journey to Norden on historic carriages pulled by steam engines. Alight at the Corfe Castle station to visit the Swanage Railway Museum or the ruins of Corfe Castle itself. Younger children will enjoy the Corfe Castle model village, where you can see what the building looked like when it was first erected in 1646, as well as playing giant board games and visiting the enchanted fairy garden.
Take a boat trip around Poole Harbour, and enjoy the views of Studland and its surrounding seaside towns; you can always make a stop on Brownsea Island in the middle of the bay, which is home to a nature reserve - one of the few places in southern England where you can see red squirrels - as well as historic buildings linked to Baden Powell's first ever scout camp in 1907. Back on the mainland, Durlston Country Park is well worth a visit; see the historic castle, and enjoy great views along the coastline, or explore the varied landscapes within the park, from cliffs and beaches to meadows and woodlands. The Swanage Museum and Heritage Centre will tell you more about the area's geology and geography, as well as the town's history as a small fishing port and seaside resort.
Celebrate the sea
The south coast really knows how to celebrate its historic connection with the sea. Swanage hosts an annual Fish Festival in June each year, where you can buy locally caught fish to take home to your Studland accommodation or enjoy dishes cooked on site by top local chefs. The Swanage Carnival and Regatta, usually held in late July, features an air show, fireworks and the traditional carnival queen, alongside sporting events such as the Swanage Bay swim and sailing races. Kids and adults will enjoy the Purbeck Pirate Festival, also held in Swanage each summer; climb aboard a real pirate ship and join in the pirate-themed fun on shore, taking part in the treasure hunt or learning how to make your own pirate accessories.
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