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The weather in Seahouses
Check out the climate diagram for Seahouses. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The wettest month is January with 25 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 17 rainy days in September, which is the driest month.
Experience serenity in the Holiday Cottages of Seahouses
The typical English country cottages in Seahouses will be the perfect place to rest after excursions to Northumberland's majestic Farne Islands. The islands were a centre of Celtic Christianity in the 7th c. when St. Cuthbert, a monk renowned for his healing powers lived there in isolation. The crashing waves on the coastline and the youthful blubber of the fluffy young grey seals add to the mystical beauty of the islands.
Become a knight in shining armour
The Slate Hall Riding Centre in Seahouses lies near a beautiful beach. Kids will treasure memories of horse riding by the sea, just as their ancestors did over a thousand years ago.
Experienced riding trainers will guide you to the right level of challenge to walk, trot or gallop along the coast. The well-tended horses are the perfect companions for an idyllic family riding experience.
Take a step back in time
Step back in time with a guided walking tour of Seahouses. Colourful anecdotes from passionate and knowledgeable locals bring this unique historic village to life, bringing to life the fascinating event and lives lived here in the past centuries.
Nature and History in Northumberland
Saint Cuthbert was a great lover of nature. It is not by accident that he chose the Farne Islands as his place of reclusion.
Here, amidst the volcanic rock landscape, you can enjoy the company of seal families in the autumn and bright-beaked puffins year round.
This lighthouse on the Farne Islands is famous for its part in the rescue of the crew of the wrecked Forfarshire ship in 1838.
The lighthouse keeper's daughter Grace Darling spotted nine survivors clinging limpet-like to the rocks from her window. Despite the snarling storm, the Darlings sailed out and saved the survivors.
Back on land, in the nearby village of Chathill, lies the 600-year-old Preston Tower, near the border to Scotland.
The monument houses a museum which remembers the bloody battles between the Scottish and British armies throughout the past centuries.
This island is a nature reserve for many bird species such as razorbills, kittiwakes and puffins. It is also a favourites home of the archipelagos trademark visitors, grey seals
Serenity Farne Island Boat Tours
These boat tours bring you out to sea, to discover the biggest and most elusive mammals, whales. A guide explains the biology of the animals living in the sea and on the islands.
Sailing through the volcanic pinnacles and cliffs of the Farne Islands will also provide you with the best angles for taking photographs.
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