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The Weather in Folkestone
Here is our climate diagram for Folkestone. July is the warmest month of the year in Folkestone, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 23°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Stay in a Folkestone holiday letting for an English seaside trip
Stay in a Folkestone apartment for views of the English Channel and France. Independent shops, chic bistros and art galleries vie for your attention and the breezy seafront offers sandy beaches and pebbled beaches as well as coastal paths.
Fish and chips and sticks of rock
If you are by the coast you have got to sample fish and chips at least once! Head to Rocksalt for breathtaking views and fresh seafood, or grab a bag of chips from one of the town’s many chip shops and take it back to your Folkestone accommodation. Beano’s does a good selection of vegetarian food and you will find fine dining at the Grand. For something a bit different go to Folkestone Rock to watch the confectionery making process and then buy a few traditional sticks of rock for yourself.
Take in Folkestone's creative seaside sights
Folkestone oozes creativity. From its cobbled streets to its pastel coloured galleries, the Creative Quarter is home to artists and independent shops and cafes galore. Walk over the Leas, Folkestone’s cliff-top promenade, and then enjoy a picnic in the Lower Leas Coastal Park. Further afield is Romney Marsh, with its 100 square miles of protected woodland and wetlands. Take in the scenery with a trip on the miniature Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway or check out the animals at Howletts Wild Animal Park.
Nights out in Folkestone
Folkestone’s creativity extends to its night life and come the evening you will often find live music spilling out onto the street from bars and pubs. The Leas Cliff Hall plays host to a wide range of international and local musicians and comedians and you will find a wide variety of bars and late night cafes dotted around the town. Kipps’ Alehouse is the best place to find craft ales and imported beers.
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