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The weather in Whitley Bay
The above is a climate diagram for Whitley Bay. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. 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.
Book a holiday letting in Whitley Bay for sea air and English heritage
A trip to Whitley Bay gives you the perfect opportunity to explore England’s north eastern coastline with easy access to the bustling city of Newcastle Upon Tyne. Stay in a Whitley Bay apartment for glorious views over the North Sea, and some good old fashioned charm.
Eating out in Whitley Bay: You’ll be spoilt for choice
There are hundreds of restaurants in Whitley Bay, so there really is something for everyone. Try some traditional fare at Hinnies, or go for some modern fusion at the Bonbar Cocktail Bar and Restaurant.
Shampan is the place to go for a great Balti, and you’ll find some fantastic Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine at Turknaz. In fact, you’ll find food from just about everywhere in Whitley Bay, so get out of your Whitley Bay accommodation and head into town for a bite to eat.
Whitley Bay: Roman ruins and modern performance
Hadrian’s Wall must be the area’s most famous site. The best preserved of Rome’s former boundaries, the wall still tells a story. Visit the Roman Army Museum for a quick history lesson, then head to Corbridge Roman Town for a glimpse of how the Romans used to live.
There’s much more to Whitley Bay than Roman ruins. There’s the Playhouse theatre with many regular performances, and St Mary’s Lighthouse and Visitor Centre boasts fabulous views of the coastline.
Explore the surrounding Area: ancient history and modern city living
The whole area is rammed full of historical sites. Choose from Carlisle Castle or the Castle of Newcastle, or take in the tranquillity at Lanercost Priory. The Blue Reef Aquarium provides a great day out for the whole family, while Newcastle's city centre boasts all the contraptions of a modern city: chic shopping streets, trendy bars and cafes, and a historic facade.
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