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The Weather in Yeovil
Here is our climate diagram for Yeovil. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 3° in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Holiday cottages in the heart of Yeovil, Somerset
Located in a beautiful corner of south-west England, Yeovil is a small town ideal for a relaxing holiday with family or friends. The charm of the city matches its gently rolling hills, easy to reach from your comfortable holiday letting. Indeed, with Yeovil accommodation, you can make the most of the pretty English countryside.
Explore the history of the Yeovil area
Many people are drawn to Yeovil for its several outstanding country manors, exuding traditional English charm. Lytes Cary Manor and Montacute House are two beautiful National Trust estates with fine gardens and period furniture. The Priest's House in nearby Mulchelney, dating to the early medieval period, is also well worth a visit.
A family holiday in Yeovil
Yeovil is a great destination to enjoy with young children. The area is home to several wildlife parks, including Kingston Maurward Gardens & Animal Park. Reachable in an hour, Tropiquaria Wildlife Park is another great attraction for families, boasting an array of animal species, a historic BBC Radio transmission hall, indoor and outdoor adventure playgrounds, and a café.
For a truly unique experience, be sure to visit Wookey Hole Caves. Within the limestone caverns, you'll discover a 4D cinema, a witch's cabin and dinosaur exhibit - this attraction is sure to be a hit with both the young and the young at heart.
Exploring Yeovil and the surrounding area
As a traditional base for the British Army and Royal Navy, Yeovil has a rich history to explore. The Fleet Air Arm Museum is a great place to start, boasting changing exhibitions, aircraft and enough historical artefacts to make it the second largest naval aviation museum in the world.
Yeovil Country Park is another great destination in the area. Head here to enjoy seasonal events and activities or for a lazy walk along the river.
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