Here is our climate diagram for Virginia. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 31°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a -2° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is November.
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39,257 great accommodation options from 45 different providers, including Casamundo and Booking.com, are currently available in Virginia. Our search engine directly evaluates the properties so you can save up to 38%.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Virginia
Amenity filters are conveniently available so you can tailor your search and find the perfect rental in Virginia. It's easy to choose a holiday rental meeting your expectations in Virginia if you need internet access during your holidays or you never miss an episode of your favourite show, since most lettings include internet or TVs. It is also possible to look for a holiday letting if you want to go fishing , as 1,636 of the rentals there include fishing.
Price and Availability Index for Virginia
Holiday Letting Price Information in Virginia
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Virginia. Prices reach their highest point in May, when prices are an average of £250 a night (21/05 - 28/05). On the other hand, in January you will find the cheapest prices (14/01 - 21/01). The average price this week is £107 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Virginia
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. In January (07/01 - 14/01), only 36 are available. More properties are available during one week of February (26/02 - 05/03), when the booking rate is only 27%.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Virginia
Experience colonial charm with a Virginia holiday lodge
The rich history of the antebellum South provides a unique charm to the "Old Dominion" state alongside several modern-day and natural attractions. With a geography that includes a beautiful and extensive Atlantic coastline, part of the Blue Ridge Mountains and stretches to the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia is an ideal destination for beach and outdoor lovers.
This southeastern state is also known for being the birthplace of eight Presidents of the United States, earning it the nickname "Mother of Presidents." Monticello was the home of Thomas Jefferson. He designed the house himself taking inspiration from an Italian-style villa. It is a popular attraction and one of the most visited presidential homes in the country.
The sprawling Virginia Beach is one of the top draws for visitors to the state and you will find everything you need for a memorable holiday here. To maximize your holiday fun you can book a stay in a Virginia holiday letting that provides a home-like experience. Houses by the beach, cabin lettings and luxury condos are just some of the options.
Explore the local cuisine in Virginia
When on holiday sample some of the local favorites to truly enjoy the authentic taste of Virginia. The state is the third biggest seafood producer in the US so a freshly caught oysters, blue crabs and clams often feature on the menu at local eateries.
Peanuts and ham are some of the other foods that Virginia is known for, with Smithfield Hams being amongst the most famous. The law dictates that this ham must be cured within the town limits. Head to the Smithfield Gourmet Bakery and Café for an unforgettable meal.
Climate in Virginia, and best time to visit
If you are staying in a Virginia holiday letting and love winter sports, Virginia is the perfect destination for you. Try the many ski trails, slopes and passes. If you can only make it to your Virginia holiday letting in the fall, this time of the year is just as stunning. Enjoy cooler temperatures and lots of foliage. Of course, if you come on the 4th of July, you’ll catch the spectacular annual fireworks display. Get to enjoy the light show and festivities, even from the comfort of your Virginia holiday home.
Summer is the best time to hit the Virginia Beach or visit a spa for relaxation. Really, any time of the year is a good time to visit Virginia.
Things not to miss while booking virginia holiday lettings
For a truly historical stay, you can experience colonial life when you see the real-life replicas of three colonial sailing ships in Jamestown Settlement, Virginia. Then, take a look into the heritage home of Thomas Jefferson in Monticello. Alexandria is a historic centre, and the Shenandoah Valley offers hikers and nature lovers a view that is almost otherworldly. At the end of all your sightseeing, head to Barboursville vineyards for the exquisite taste of fine wine. This is true Virginia style.
Discover Virginia's art and culture
The state's rich history has contributed to the present art and culture scene in Virginia. The living-history museum of Colonial Williamsburg gives you the opportunity to travel back in time. Williamsburg used to be the capital during the American Revolution and the museum recreates that period complete costumed guides and 18th Century structures.
Lovers of the performing arts should visit the wonderful Barter Theatre in Abingdon during a stay at a Virginia holiday home. It is one of the longest running professional theatres in the US and several shows are performed throughout the year. When Robert Porterfield founded the place he let people pay with food or goods, the reason why the theatre got its interesting name.
Great nature to discover with children in Virginia:
Two of the city’s most famous outdoor spots are the George Washington Birthplace National Monument and the Shenandoah National Park, a great place for taking active and energetic youngsters. Let the whole family enjoy a day of physical activity and fresh air before retreating back to the comfort of your Virginia holiday home.
If you are still unsure about exactly what you want to do and see in the city, simply book a Virginia holiday home, and our hosts will be willing to share their expertise and insider tips with you!
What else to see and explore in Virginia
Check out the fascinating Arts District if shopping is your thing. Boutique stores such as Rosewood Clothing have everything for today’s fashionista. In Orange, you’ll find a treasure trove of a boutique, curated from local artisans and designers. More time to shop? Or you just want to window-shop? Robinson Street is a cool boulevard with unique stores selling individual pieces and stuff you won’t find just anywhere.
Virginia events to attend
The state hosts several events throughout the year but the historic Norfolk Harborfest in June is one of the most popular. This waterfront event has been celebrated for over three decades and features boat shows, spectacular fireworks and lots of water activities.
Wildlife, history and space travel in Virginia
Virginia Safari Park
Virginia's only drive-through zoo lets you drive up close to observe over 1.200 free-roaming animals. Feed the zebras, elks, lamas and ostriches, or take a ride on the informative Safari Wagon.
This is the site where the initial Jamestown settlement was built by English settlers in 1607. Nearby, a living history museum recreates the village life of the original settlers.
Thomas Jefferson's Monticello
The home of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the US is a great place to learn about Jefferson's early life and his role in the history of slavery.
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Centre
The 760.000-square-foot museum in Chantilly houses thousands of aircrafts, including space shuttles that have spent years in outer space.
Arlington National Cemetery
This United States military cemetery lies across the Potomac River. Soldiers and military personnel from America's military conflicts are buried here.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Virginia?
The average nightly price for a holiday home in Virginia is £46.
How many holiday homes are available to book in Virginia?
There are currently 39,257 holiday homes in Virginia to browse and book for your next trip.
What is the most popular holiday home amenity in Virginia?
Travellers planning holidays to Virginia most often look for internet, TVs, and pools when it comes to accommodation amenities.
How many holiday homes are on offer in Virginia?
With 39,257 holiday rentals available in Virginia, you're sure to find the perfect accommodation for your visit.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a Virginia holiday home?
Finding accommodation in Virginia for you and your dog is definitely possible, with 6,460 pet-friendly holiday homes available.
What's the best time of year to travel to Virginia?
Sun lovers should visit Virginia in July and June to enjoy the warmest weather.
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