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The weather in Warkworth
Above are the weather conditions for Warkworth. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 19°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 2°. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year in Warkworth.
Surf near ancient castles with a Warkworth holiday letting
Warkworth cottages position you perfectly for enjoying seaside hikes, trekking with Ilamas, William Shakespeare sights, and tranquillity in one of England's most ancient villages.
Churches and castles
Warkworth Castle sits proudly atop the crest of a hill overlooking Warkworth village. Visible for miles, it makes an appearance in William Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 2. Check out the medieval chapel while you're here – it's only accessible by boat.
The other end of the village is distinguished by the Church of St Lawrence, situated in a peaceful spot by the river. For more than thirteen centuries, a church has stood here, with records dating back to 727 CE. The current church, a 'mere' 900 years old, was originally constructed as a defensive fortress.
Furry friends and Ilama trekking
Peacocks shiver their glinting fans at Waterfowl Sanctuary and Children's Farm. Get up close to adorable animals such as baby bunnies in the cuddling corner. Other new friends are waiting to meet you too, including donkeys, goats, ducks, and hens.
In case you haven't had enough furry fun, go Ilama trekking at Catanger Farm. You and your fuzzy friend can explore the spectacular countryside and enjoy a two-mile trek around the farm, or a half day's walk through stunning woodland and meadows. You'll even meet Spinach, Britain's oldest working Ilama.
The beaches that stretch out just metres from your holiday cottage could hardly be more atmospheric. Why not walk along to Alnmouth from Warkworth Bay, or have a go at surfing at Northside Surf School? Experienced teachers develop your confidence while making sure you have fun.
Warkworth's location at a bend of the River Coquet blesses it with numerous attractive walks. At low tide, the beach is spacious and affords views all the way to Coquet Island, which is worth a visit – take a boat out and explore.
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