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The weather in Barnstaple
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Barnstaple, with temperatures going under 3°. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year in Barnstaple.
Opt for a holiday cottage in Barnstaple for sun, sea, and sand
Barnstaple, in North Devon on the River Taw, is a town steeped in history. It boasts a bevvy of museums, theatre venues. and art galleries. When you stay at Barnstaple accommodations, you can look forward to day trips to some of the UK's best beaches on the North Devon coastline.
Food and drink in Barnstaple
Devon has a large agriculture and dairy industry, and Barnstaple is a great destination to sample its produce. Clotted cream scones are among Devon's delicacies, and Devonshire ice cream has a creamy richness that other brands can't quite match. Sample Devon's blue cheeses, which are often served with gooseberry sauce. Quaff some cider, or scrumpy, the county's traditional beverage, or Devon Dreamer, one of Devon's beers.
Excursion destinations in North Devon
Visitors flock to North Devon's golden beaches. Venture from Barnstaple to the golden sands of Woolacombe Beach, one of the area's best. Saunton Sands, another large beach in North Devon, is great for surfing, and the village of Westwood Ho! has a Blue Flag beach that incorporates a seabound swimming pool and a sand sports zone.
Alternatively, check out Exmoor National Park, which encompasses hundreds of square miles of stunning valleys, moorland, woodland, and dramatic coastline. The park has clear hiking routes, including the South West Coast Path. You could also ride a steam train along the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, which runs from Woody Bay to Killington.
The North Devon Beer Festival, held at Barnstaple's Pannier Market in May, is an ideal event for sampling the county's brews. Try the area's wide selection of ales and ciders for a small fee. North Devon Foodfest, in October, showcases a variety of tasty treats and includes live music.
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