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The above filters will help you find the perfect property in Tring. Many properties in Tring include internet or TVs, which makes it a fantastic holiday destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time. It is also possible to find a holiday letting if you want a letting with a balcony or a patio , as 5 of the offers there include balconies/patios.
The Weather in Tring
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This is the climate diagram for Tring. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Tring
In Tring, hotel rooms are the most typical holiday accommodation type. These types of accommodation have an average size of 34 m² and an average price of £243 a night. Furthermore, this category of lodging is usually ideal for couples and small groups, since most of the hotel rooms can host groups of 2. Holidaymakers who prefer another type of accommodation can also compare many apartment rentals, which are the other most popular property type in Tring. Our data reveals that the average cost of apartment rentals is £84 a night for an area of 38 m².
Discover the scenic Chiltern Hills in Tring's snug holiday cottages
Typical holiday cottages in Tring tend to be picturesque and snug, often with outside space available. Tring accommodation offers extra space, inviting visitors to spread out and feel at home, while providing a base for exploring the town, hills and waterways.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Tring?
Face-to-face with exotic animals
Nestled within a gap in the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Tring is a characterful market town. Spend a morning at the captivating Tring Natural Historical Museum, the world's biggest collection of stuffed animals. Mandrills, three-toed tapirs, and tiger sharks are just some of the many animals collected by the 2nd Baron Rothschild, who used to ride around Tring in a carriage pulled by zebras. A short walk away is the peaceful 264-acre Tring Park.
Where are the unique attractions in Tring?
Waterway walks for all abilities
Meander along the Grand Union Canal to medieval Berkhamsted, absorbing the Chilterns' tranquil chalk hills. The paths are accessible to all, including wheelchair users and well-behaved dogs. Other recommended walking destinations include the Tring Reservoirs, Ivinghoe Beacon and Haddington Hill.
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