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The Weather in Morpeth
Above are the weather conditions for Morpeth. July is the warmest month in Morpeth, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Morpeth, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Step back in time when you choose a holiday cottage in Morpeth
The ancient market town of Morpeth proudly maintains its traditions. Stay in a stone farmhouse for a real feel of the town, and use Morpeth as a gateway for exploring Northumberland’s natural beauty, or the nearby city of Newcastle.
Dining in Morpeth
From traditional tea houses to gastropubs and international restaurants, Morpeth's dining scene packs a punch. The Northhumberland Arms serves up hearty British favourites in a warm and welcoming setting, while Socrates At No 5 stands out for its tasty Mediterranean dishes and refined atmosphere.
To pick up ingredients to cook back in you Morpeth lodging, head to the weekly Charter Market on a Wednesday or the Farmers’ Market held on the first Saturday of every month. You'll find fantastic local produce and a lively atmosphere at both.
Family days out
Offering a fantastic insight into Morpeth's local history, Wallington Hall is a National Trust owned estate that is open to the public. With roots stretching back to the 15th century, the hall and grounds are a treasure trove of antique furniture, art, and fascinating stories. Kids will especially love the fun events and Dragon Cycle Trail.
If you're a nature-loving family, then head to Druridge Bay. You'll find fine sand dunes, perfect for playing on, and excellent bird watching opportunities. Alternatively, visit Ladyburn Lake, where you can enjoy windsurfing and sailing.
Make the 30-minute drive to Heddon-on-the-Wall to discover one of the UK's most revered historic sites, Hadrian's Wall. As you travel along its impressive 73 miles, you'll encounter various other historical gems, such as Vindolanda Fort, an amazing two-thousand-year-old Roman fortification that can be explored by the public.
For another exciting excursion, visit Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, accessible in 30 minutes by car. A true hub of culture, it's home to brilliant attractions such as The Discovery Museum and the Theatre Royal. That's not to mention varied shopping opportunities and superb dining.
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