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The weather in Thirsk
The above is a climate diagram for Thirsk. July is the warmest month of the year in Thirsk with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 21°. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 1°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is December.
Explore the Moors and Dales from a holiday letting in Thirsk
Whether you go for a country lodge, a trendy apartment or a traditional stone cottage, your Thirsk accommodation provides comfort, independence and peace of mind.
Finkles and Fleeces: eating out in Thirsk
Thirsk and its surrounds has many great dining ideas for families. The fun, family friendly Little 3 on Thirsk's Finkle Street, for instance, offers a wide range of delicious Tex-Mex dishes
Those looking for more traditional English fare will enjoy The Golden Fleece Hotel. A former coach house, the Fleece has been beautifully restored and offers high quality meals cooked from locally sourced pork, beef, lamb and game. Eat in the opulent dining room or, in summer months, the splendid courtyard.
Vultures and valleys
Kids will thrill to the birds of Falconry UK in Thirsk. Eagles, owls and even vultures swoop through the air during daily displays, and children can see the birds close up – making for some great photo opportunities!
Lightwater Valley fun park in nearby Ripon offers an exciting day out. Boasting the River Rapids water ride, an animal park and Europe's longest rollercoaster, this sprawling park is set amongst 65 hectares of beautiful Yorkshire countryside.
Flutters and putters
Situated between the Moors and Dales of Yorkshire, the market town of Thirsk is the perfect spot from which to explore North England's lushest countryside. But you don't have to travel far for a great day out. Whether you know your way around the race card or are just looking for a quick flutter, the famous Thirsk racecourse makes for a great afternoon out.
Offering wonderful views of the Yorkshire landscape, The Thirsk and Allerton Golf Course welcomes members and visitors alike. A pleasure to play, this challenging course also boasts a fine restaurant overlooking the 18th hole.
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