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The weather in Witney
This is the climate diagram in Witney. July is the warmest month of the year in Witney with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 23°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is April.
Cotswold cottages and more for your Witney holiday letting
At the heart of the Cotswolds, Witney is in an area of countryside known for its pretty honey-coloured stone cottages. Many of these are available for holiday lettings. Visitors who prefer modern properties will find more contemporary flats and houses in the town itself.
Traditional Witney bread, beer, and blankets
The town is home to both artisan bakers and brewers. Just off the High Street you'll find Wychwood Brewery, which offers guided tours as well as a beer garden. Witney Blanket Hall is truly unique. This historic building from 1721 is home to a wonderful pie shop and cafe, as well as a store selling traditional Cotswolds woollen goods, including, as the name would suggest, blankets!
All the fun of the farm close to Witney
You can spend a great day out with your children at Cogges Manor Farm, walking distance from central Witney. Here you can take a step back into the past with a visit to this Victorian manor house. Meet the farm's animals, explore the gardens, and let your children enjoy the playground.
The farm is a haven for wildlife, with bats and badgers often seen on the grounds. On weekends and during school holidays, the farm often hosts special events geared toward families, so be sure to check ahead. There is also a pretty on-site restaurant.
A day out at one of England's finest houses
Just a few kilometres from Witney is the small village of Woodstock, where you'll find magnificent Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill. The building and its extensive gardens are open to the public year round.
Take a guided tour of the magnificently opulent state rooms within the palace itself, before stopping for afternoon tea or a light lunch in the restaurant. Then head out onto the grounds, created by Capability Brown, where you'll find formal gardens, a maze, and extensive walks through rolling parkland.
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