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Price and Availability Index in Wiltshire
Holiday Letting Price Information in Wiltshire
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Wiltshire. The most expensive dates to travel to Wiltshire are in July (13/07 - 20/07). However, in January (25/01 - 01/02), prices decrease to an average of £81 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Wiltshire
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Wiltshire with the graph above. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in May (25/05 - 01/06). In contrast, only 13% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in October (12/10 - 19/10).
The Weather in Wiltshire
This is the climate diagram for Wiltshire. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Enjoy the best of historical England in Wiltshire holiday lettings
Wiltshire is world renowned for its incredible ancient sites such as Stonehenge and Avebury, medieval villages, lavish historic country houses, and beautiful countryside. Come to Wiltshire and step back into time, visiting some of the most incredible locations of the past. This place houses a world of fantastic opportunities for you to explore when you visit.
Come to the county of Wiltshire and rent fantastic accommodation from the variety of Wiltshire holiday homes available to you, so you can see this wonderful place in your own time.
Journey into Wiltshire
There are a number of ways to travel to the county of Wiltshire, allowing you to arrive at Wiltshire holiday lettings quickly and conveniently. If you are arriving by plane, you will most likely land at Bristol International Airport. From there you have the option of taking public transportation to your desired destination. You will need to head to the Temple Meads station in Bristol, from where you can depart to a number of locations in Wiltshire, including Trowbridge, Chippenham and Salisbury.
Choose a taxi or even a letting car if you want to save time. If you choose to rent a car, or are driving with your personal vehicle, remember that the A350 will take you to a range of locations in Wiltshire. Choose from a variety of transport available to reach your Wiltshire holiday home.
Wiltshire and its cuisine
Wiltshire, a landlocked county in England, has a wonderfully diverse cuisine. From traditional countryside foods served in medieval buildings in Salisbury, to modern establishments with diverse dishes in Chippenham, the county of Wiltshire has it all. If you are looking for something more than the local cuisine, check out some of Wiltshire’s fantastic international restaurants, serving the likes of French and Indian fare.
If you wish to enjoy a fancy night out at a fine restaurant, or a lively time at one of the county’s numerous eateries, remember to book a Wiltshire holiday letting so you have a place to call home.
Wiltshire and its sights
The county of Wiltshire is famed for its historical sights. Seen as one of the main prehistoric human centres of Europe, Wiltshire offers a number of incredible locations which will fascinate all those who visit. The county is home to the iconic Stonehenge site, an absolute must-see location when visiting here. You will be in awe when you learn about the neolithic structures and the ancient humans who built it. Avebury is another fantastic neolithic site in the region, and it is the largest man-made stone circle of its age in Europe. Both of these sites are located near the medieval city of Salisbury, where you can find a number of historical buildings including the majestic Salisbury Cathedral. This impressive 13th century structure also houses the famed Magna Carta, one of the most celebrated documents in English history.
If you're looking for something with an exotic flair, check out Longleat Safari Park, the first drive-through safari park outside of Africa. This exciting place near the stately Longleat House houses many animals, from lions to giraffes. When you book your own Wiltshire holiday letting you can explore this county and its wonderful sights at your leisure.
Wiltshire’s art and culture
This lovely county truly has a fantastic artistic and cultural scene. Have a classy night out at one of the county’s numerous theatres, such as the Wyvern Theatre in Swindon. This large venue hosts a number of dance, comedy, drama and music performances. If you are into art, visit galleries like the Wiltshire Museum and the Fisherton Mill Gallery, which both house a fantastic array of historical and contemporary works.
Book a Wiltshire holiday letting so that you have a place to come back to and unwind after a day immersed in the region’s charming art and culture.
Wiltshire and its nightlife
If you are a person who enjoys what the region has to offer at night, book a holiday apartment or home from the large range of Wiltshire holiday lettings that are close to all the action. In Wiltshire’s cities and towns you can experience a traditional pub vibe, with great drinks and live music venues. Also, if you're looking for a bit of partying, check out some nightclubs around the county. Whatever type of person you may be, Wiltshire’s nightlife has you covered, with a range of different venues that suit all tastes, from family establishments to vibrant clubs.
Visit Wiltshire and steep yourself in history
This 13th-century Gothic cathedral boasts Britain’s tallest steeple and houses the best preserved exemplar of the Magna Carta and Europe’s oldest working clock.
Stourhead House and Garden
Surrounded by breathtaking gardens, Stourhead House is a Palladian mansion housing a Regency library and art gallery.
Avebury Stone Circle
Prehistoric Britain comes to life at this stone circle, which is thought to have been built between 2850 and 2200 BC. It was originally built with 100 stones. Visit the nearby museum, which displays many findings from the site.
Steam Museum of the Great Western Railway
Once a world centre for railway engineering, Swindon celebrates its history at the Steam Museum. Learn the stories of the people that built and worked on the railway, with interactive displays, rare video footage, and memorabilia exhibits.
At Wiltshire’s most famous site, Stonehenge, visitors can explore a typical Neolithic village and discover the tools that were used.
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