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The weather in Kingston upon Hull
Find the Hull climate diagram. July is the warmest month of the year in Kingston upon Hull with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 21°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The month of September has nice weather with only 13 rainy days.
Visit the north with Kingston upon Hull holiday lettings
If you're looking to escape to the English coast then make a B line for Hull and its plethora of cultural attractions, restaurants and nearby beauty spots. Treat yourself to some fish and chips before heading to The Deep and seeing a variety of marine life at one of the world's most comprehensive aquariums.
Eating Out When Visiting Hull
Hull is famed for its traditional Yorkshire dishes, roast dinners and fish and chips. The Old House is a traditional pub with a good range of menu options catering to a variety of pallets. They are also known for their craft beers and the beauty of the building which is a former domestic structure.
If you're seeking a fine dining establishment then head down to the marina and visit 1884 Dock Street Kitchen - it's highly regarded as one of the best restaurants in the city. If you want something a little more exotic then Tapasya @ Marina and Meze are Indian and Turkish restaurants respectively, and if you're not a meat eater then The Zoo Cafe is the city's first totally vegetarian restaurant.
Getting Cultural in Hull
Outside your Hull accommodation is a wealth of cultural attractions and artistic endeavours to explore. At the heart of the city stands Queen Victoria Square. From here, you can explore the wide boulevards of shops or pay a visit to one of the city's many museums including Ferens Art Gallery or the Maritime Museum.
The Queens Gardens are another focal point of the city which also showcases Hull's Guildhall building. Head inside and discover the rich history of the city and those who called it home. The most famous exhibit housed in the Guildhall is the Hull Tapestry which took almost 20 years to complete.
Head to the city's Trinity Quarter and discover buildings like Hull Minster and The Woolen Warehouse. Also situated here is William Wilberforce's old house where you can learn all about the life of the politician who was instrumental in the abolishment of slavery.
What to See Around Hull
A little north of lodging in Hull are two of the UK's most treasured natural gems. The North Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Dales are to beauty spots which are ideal for a picnic, day of walking or to mountain bike. If you're looking for a little green space a little closer to the city then the market town of Beverly is just a few miles from Hull. The market here is famous among the locals and there are plenty of nice pubs where you can stop for lunch.
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