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The Weather in Youlgreave
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 21°. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Explore the Peak District with Youlgreave holiday cottages
In the midst of Britain's beloved Peak District, surrounded by verdant mountains, lush forests and cool rivers, your comfortable holiday cottage in Youlgreave awaits. Aged stone villages and stately homes nestle in these hills like crystal water droplets on leaves.
Hole up in a country pub
Youlgreave is blessed with a number of superb English country pubs. Come to the Farmyard Inn for a friendly ambiance and superb food. Unlike many gastropubs, this one caters generously to vegetarians too.
Time seems to stand still at the village inn in Elton. The Duke of York is of national historic interest, and its snugs, superb local brews and pig cots emanate an authentic aura. Don't miss this country pub, brimming with heritage.
Farms and elephant feet
Bakewell Old House Museum is just 8km from Youlgreave, and its stunning stone exterior alone is worth the journey. Inside, you are transported back in time to the Elizabethan period, when the cottage was new. You'll be wowed by intriguing curios like an elephant foot and a collection of Macedonian swords.
Why not take the kids for a day out at Chatsworth House and Farmyard? Sometimes called the 'Palace of the Peak', this stately home is filled with priceless art, murals and antique furnishings. Wander the formal gardens, some of which were designed by the world famous 'Capability' Brown. Children adore the adventure playground and farm.
Caves and formal gardens
Not far from your holiday home, in Buxton, Pavilion Gardens hosts regular concerts in its ornamental bandstand. Explore 9 hectares of stunning gardens, uncovering pavilions sequestered among tropical plants and a relaxed cafe.
The spectacular Poole Cavern near Buxton is also well worth a visit. Tour guides explain the geology of the limestone cavern and offer insights into the origin of this incredible natural phenomenon. Take the trail through Grin Low Wood to a ruinous tower which offers exceptional views over the town.
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