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The Weather in Wells
Above is a climate diagram for Wells. July is the warmest month of the year in Wells, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 20°. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is July.
Discover Britain's greatest legends with Wells holiday lettings
Come to holiday homes in Wells for the town's historic city centre, stay for its moated Bishop's Palace and the world-class history in nearby Glastonbury and the Somerset coast.
Wells Market Place has been the beating heart of the city since the cathedral's inception nearly a thousand years ago. Come on Wednesdays and delve into the foodie delights of farmers' stalls and delicious dishes by local producers.
Two Instagram-worthy medieval gateways overlook the market place; Penniless Porch and the Bishop's Eye. While you're in Somerset, why not visit the Cheddar Valley's last surviving cheese producer, the Cheddar Gorge Company?
Cathedrals and palaces
Wells Cathedral dates back almost a thousand years, to 1175. It is the medieval centre of Wells, making it England's tiniest city. Inside, you can see an impressive collection of stained glass and the second oldest clock in Britain. A row of houses adjacent to the cathedral date to the 14th century.
For 800 years, the bishops of Bath and Wells have inhabited the remarkable Bishop's Palace. Behind this aggressive portcullis, you will find a tranquil deer park, 5.5 hectare garden and arboretum.
Glastonbury and the Wookey Hole
Glastonbury Abbey's sinuous Gothic lineaments have been a sacred site for hundreds, if not thousands of years. The abbey is built in the legendary burial place of Britain's King Arthur, and even its destruction during the Dissolution of the Monasteries hasn't stopped it being a worthy Mecca for pilgrims. Don't leave without seeing Glastonbury Tor, one of Britain's most significant monuments.
Wookey Hole Caves are the most famous in Britain. They are the legendary home of the Witch of Wookey. Children will be thrilled by adventures in these spectacular cavernn which include soft playgrounds, a prehistoric Valley of the Dinosaurs exhibits and a hall of mirrors. There's even a Wookey circus show.
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