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The Weather in Cockermouth
This is the climate diagram for Cockermouth. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is February.
Immerse yourself in literature at a Cockermouth holiday cottage
Designated one of Britain's fifty-one 'gem' towns, Cockermouth guards the edge of sparkling Lake District National Park. Come explore Cumbria's cultural epicentre with Cockermouth accommodations as your base.
Gastropubs, old taverns, and eclectic cafés form Cockermouth's ambient dining scene. With views over the town's historic Market Place, quaint Castle Bar features a lovely beer garden to chill out in. Meanwhile, Fredericks Lounge Bar & Restaurant proposes a selection of tapas platters, pizzas, pasta, and British fare.
For a culinary diversion, the Balti cuisine and biryanis at the Spice Club won't disappoint. Established in 1828, Jennings Brewery uses time-honoured methods no longer used by any other Cumbria brewery. Do sample their ales, made from local Lakeland water.
Wordsworth and more
Cockermouth's centre glitters with small specialist shops and restaurants, while the refurbished marketplace stands testament to the town's 800-year-old history. Housed inside what was formerly a Victorian school, the revamped Kirkgate Centre hosts a dynamic selection of theatre, music, and art-related events.
However, Cockermouth's biggest attraction is Dove Cottage, where Britain's most beloved poet, William Wordsworth, lived from 1799 to 1808. Check out his handwritten manuscripts at adjacent Wordsworth Museum, and stroll the gardens he once sought inspiration in.
Kiddies day out
Cockermouth offers several child-friendly attractions, such as Jordans Jungle Fun House, where kids can engage with the friendly residents: rabbits, parrots, chipmunks, hamsters, and more. The centre has a lovely jungle-themed play area as well.
Mobile Adventure is a fun option for kids above eight. The entire family can participate in river trips, kayaking, and canoeing, and then hop onto dry land for some mountain scrambling and caving.
Go Ape Whinlatter in nearby Keswick, one of Britain's highest treetop adventure areas, invites you on a racy zipline excursion or a forest Segway adventure. For extended disco sessions on trampolines, the Jump Mania in Workington is your best bet.
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