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The weather in Eyemouth
Check out the climate diagram for Eyemouth. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Eyemouth in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Seek out your perfect holiday cottage in the quaint town of Eyemouth
Situated on Scotland's east coast, just five miles from the English border, the pretty town of Eyemouth has a great deal to offer holidaymakers. Whether you want to enjoy the stunning scenery or learn more about the heritage of this area, you'll find plenty of attractions to keep visitors of all ages entertained. A holiday cottage makes for the perfect base to explore.
The Borders’ stately homes
The 18th-century Paxton House, inland from Eyemouth, is home to a gallery of fine art and artefacts, including an extensive collection of Chippendale furniture. A few miles further north, you can visit Manderston House, a stately Edwardian mansion set amid extensive gardens.
Coast and countryside
Kids of all ages will love exploring the beautiful beaches in this part of the country, especially St Abbs Head, which is a few miles north of Eyemouth. This nature reserve is home to various species of seabirds, and the cliffs offer a great view along the coast. Head inland to Horncliffe and visit Chain Bridge Honey Farm. Try its delicious produce while learning about bees and their importance to our ecosystems. You can also enjoy a drink in its vintage bus café, or take a walk to the historic Union Chain Bridge across the River Tweed.
Learn about local history
The sea has played an important role in the history of Eyemouth, and visitors can learn more the town's seafaring heritage at the Eyemouth Museum. The museum's star attraction is the Eyemouth Tapestry – made by local women in the late 19th century, it commemorates a powerful storm that took the lives of 198 fishermen in one night. Visitors to Gunsgreen House can discover the secrets of another aspect of Eyemouth's history – smuggling. Have fun searching out the hiding places in this 18th-century mansion.
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