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The Weather in Arbroath
Above are the weather conditions for Arbroath. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. However, temperatures can go lower than 1° in Arbroath in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is February.
Enjoy sunshine and smokies with holiday cottages in Arbroath
Arbroath may be most famous for smoked haddock, also known as the "smokie", but there is much more for you to enjoy during your stay in a holiday cottage or holiday letting in this pretty Scottish coastal town.
Sample the local smokies
No stay in an Arbroath holiday cottage is complete without trying the famed Arbroath smokie. This very special way of preparing smoked haddock dates back to Viking times, and its unique status has now been recognised by the EU.
As you would expect from a coastal town, there are lots of fish restaurants in Arbroath where you can buy smokies and other delicacies to try, or you can get some take away from one of the town's many fishmongers.
Lots to keep kids entertained
If you are lucky enough to have good weather for your stay in an Arbroath holiday letting, then kids of all ages will love the town's many beaches. The West Links has paddling pools and play areas to keep young ones entertained.
Kerr's Miniature steam railway runs every Sunday during summer near the Pleasureland arcade and younger children will enjoy burning off some steam of their own at Jumping Joey's indoor soft play area.
Arbroath's important role in Scottish history
Abroath's Signal Tower Museum is dedicated to the history of the town and its close links with the sea –particularly the impressive Bell Rock lighthouse, built miles offshore. You can take a boat trip out to the Bell Rock itself during the summer months.
The ruins of Arbroath Abbey are a must-see if you are interested in Scottish history. It was here that the famous Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320, a statement of Scottish independence.
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