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Price and Availability Index in Newton-by-the-Sea
Holiday Letting Price Information in Newton-by-the-Sea
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Newton-by-the-Sea. Newton-by-the-Sea is more expensive in July (27/07 - 03/08), where prices are on average £129 a night. Prices decrease in November to an average of £70 per night (24/11 - 01/12).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Newton-by-the-Sea
Check how busy Newton-by-the-Sea is with our availability graph. More people travel to Newton-by-the-Sea a week in December (22/12 - 29/12). So far, 63% of the rentals are occupied this week. The week with the most available accommodations is in October (12/10 - 19/10), with 88 of the vacation rentals available.
The weather in Newton-by-the-Sea
Above are the weather conditions for Newton-by-the-Sea. July is the warmest month of the year in Newton-by-the-Sea with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 19°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
See the Farne Islands at a Newton-by-the-Sea holiday cottage
Your Newton-by-the-Sea cottage is situated on the rugged Northumberland coast, among ancient fortifications and fantastically rich history. Take a trip back in time to the Farne Islands – you might just find hidden treasure!
Dunstanburgh Castle, which now stands as an impressive ruin, was one of the largest castles in Northern England. Built in 1313 by the Earl of Lancaster, the structure was founded on the site of an Iron Age fort. Take a ghost walk along the coast to learn about the hauntings that ostensibly occur at this ancient castle.
Come and discover the bloody history of Preston Tower, which was built between 1392 and 1399. Its owner, Sir Harbottle, was killed in 1513 at the Battle of Flodden, a pivotal battle in British history. Seven-foot-thick walls, remarkable masonry, and views over the surrounding countryside await at this ancient monument.
The village of Beadnell is unique – set on England's eastern coast, it has a westerly facing harbour. As a result, Beadnell Beach is especially well protected, and its water is immaculately clean and clear, making it ideal for families. The smile-shaped, glittering beach is the perfect place to view the sunset.
Children love following the Seahouses Treasure Trail, which takes you on a tour of Seahouses, finishing up back in the harbour. Along the way, you'll solve tricky clues and riddles to discover monuments, secrets, and, ultimately, the buried treasure!
Farne, Farne away
The Farne Islands are home to a diverse seabird colony, with some 37,000 puffin pairs. You'll also see a vast colony of grey seals, with around a thousand pups born here every autumn. The islands have a lengthy history, stretching back to Celtic Christianity. They were also home to St Cuthbert in the seventh century. Many of the islands disappear at high tide, making trips here especially ethereal.
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