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UK Weather

The above charts average the UK but in general the weather is colder and wetter on the North coasts than on the South coasts.

One item we are sure you will be interested in is the sea temperature. The North Sea is colder than the North Atlantic as the later benefits from the Gulf Stream, so it tends to be warmer in the South than the North and then the West than in the East. Overall, the average sea temperature in the UK ranges from 6-13 °C in the North and 8-17 °C in the South, with the coldest month being February and the warmest August.

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A massive beach with space,
REVIEW 4.25 STARS!

This is a great beach, we hit it on a hot day between two cloudy days and so it was busy but you ...
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Portishead, Portishead

Portishead beach is located within the Severn Estuary and is a sand and rocky beach backed by som...
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Shamoli Restaurant, Edinburgh

Shamoli specialises in food from North India and Thailand - perfect for groups who are split in what
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Climping and West Beach circular walk, Littlehampton

This is a undeveloped, and largely undiscovered, section of West Sussex. Arun District Council ha...
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Tunstall, Withernsea

The shingle Tunstall beach is a tranquil spot popular with families....
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Leigh Bell Wharf, Southend on Sea

Leigh Bell Wharf beach is a small strip of sand alongside Leigh's renowned cockle sheds. When the...
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Brighton is not just a beach,
REVIEW 4.25 STARS!

If you want traditional seaside town with pier but also trendy bars and shops then Brighton is a ...
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Chalkwell, Southend on Sea

Chalkwell Beach is a sandy beach with groynes backed by a grassy area. The beach has a sea water ...
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North Riding Forest Park, Thornton-le-Dale

The North Riding Forest Park is also known as Dalby Forest is the largest upland heath forest in ...
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Balmichael Visitor Centre, Isle of Arran

The Balmichael Visitor Centre is a retail centre and outdoor adventure park near Shiskine on the ...
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Good small town beach,
REVIEW 4 STARS!

An ideal small beach in the beautiful Cornish town of St. Ives. Smaller than some of the other St...
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Beachlands, Hayling Island

Beachlands is primarily a shingle beach with the beach being backed by sandy grass areas and heat...
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Forth Floor Restaurant, Harvey Nichols Edinburgh, Edinburgh

With the scenery of Edinburgh Castle and the Firth of Forth, the Forth Floor Restaurant at Harvey Ni
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Butlins Bognor Regis Resort,

Butlins Bognor Regis Resort has apartments and two hotels; the contemporary Ocean Hotel and the l...
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Tiger Tiger - Cardiff, Cardiff

Tiger Tiger is a fun, friendly venue for an evening out in the buzzy city centre of Cardiff. The lai
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Tapestry Restaurant at Norwood Hall, Aberdeen

Norwood Hall Hotel was built in 1881 on the site of the 15th-century Pitfodels Castle. This truly ma
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Combe Martin Beach Holiday Park, Combe Martin

John Fowler Combe Martin Holiday Park is within woodlands that provides a great family holid...
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The Corn Exchange, Hailsham

Established in a building that dates back to the 17th century, The Corn Exchange opens its doors for
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Jahangir Tandoori Restaurant, St. Andrews

Featured in the Good Food Guide, Jahangir Indian restaurant has been serving fine Indian cuisine in
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Springhill, Magherafelt

Springhill, a pretty 17th-century 'Plantation' home with a collection of costumes, from the 18th ...
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Bude Sea Pool, Bude

The Sea Pool at Bude was created in the 1930s to provide a haven for safe swimming. The pool is a...
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Skipsea Sands Holiday Park - Park Resorts, Skipsea

Skipsea Sands Holiday Park in Yorkshire promises to keep the family entertained all day long. Pac...
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Thorney Bay, Canvey Island

Thorney Bay beach is a small sandy beach (some mud at lower tide) on Canvey Island backed by a la...
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Agua Bar and Restaurant, Edinburgh

Housed in the Apex City of Edinburgh Hotel, Agua Bar and Restaurant on Grassmarket holds an AA Roset
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Sykes Cottages,

Discounts of up to 30% special offers include last minute late availability and deals.
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Good family beach,
REVIEW 4 STARS!

There is a huge car park, cost only £1.10 in summer, free out of season, so no need to park...
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Culver Hole, Port Eynon

The origins of Culver Hole are shrouded in mystery with some claiming the feature was built to hi...
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Nice village but not a beach,
REVIEW 3.5 STARS!

This is a village to visit whilst in Cornwall but don't come for the beach. On a hot day I believ...
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St Marys Well Bay, Cardiff

The beach is a combination of sand and pebbles. Coastal walks near by....
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Talacre Beach to Prestatyn Walk, Talacre

Talacre Beach to Prestatyn (via Gronant Dunes) is a 4.5 miles / 7 km walk. Explore this b...
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Holmsley New Forest Campsite, Holmsley

Holmsley sits to the South of the New Forest and offers families the chance to enjoy peaceful woo...
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Penarth, Cardiff

Penarth became a seaside resort in the late 1800's when the railway carried in day trippers. ...
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Southport pier, Southport

The second longest pier in Britain, Southport Pier was first opened in 1860 with an original leng...
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Stunning Beach,
REVIEW 4 STARS!

Lantic Bay is one of those truly unspoilt beaches, quite a steep climb up and down but well worth...
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UK Blue Flag Beaches, 2013

In total 168 awards have been presented this year. 55 Blue Flag and 113 Seaside Awards (21 beaches holding both awards)
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Fab beach if you have a dog and young kids ,
REVIEW 3.75 STARS!

Perfect beach for dog lovers. Usual dogs allowed means horrible, stoney and deserted but not the ...
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A great beach in the heart of St Ives,
REVIEW 4.5 STARS!

The kids enjoyed bodyboarding and playing on the large beach area, although as the tide came in t...
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Good day on the beach,
REVIEW 4 STARS!

Good bodyboarding, plenty of room for rounders, nice cafe. The speed of tide coming in did c...
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Always too rough,
REVIEW 3 STARS!

Been to Porthleven twice and on both occasions it has been too rough to go onto the beach. I am s...
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Metro Brasserie - Dundee, Dundee

A rich, warm colour scheme and a stunning double-height space makes the Metro a bright yet intimate
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Snettisham, Kings Lynn

Snettisham Beach is a sand and shingle beach and part of a continuous stretch of beach. This mean...
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Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo, Kirby Misperton

The Flamingo Land Theme Park & Zoo Is One of the UKs Premier Attractions, With Spectacular Ri...
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Go Ape Moors Valley forest adventure, Ringwood

Go Ape is the UK's No.1 Forest Adventure. The classic and original Go Ap...
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The Tower at the Ventnor Towers, Ventnor

Perched on the clifftops of Ventnor overlooking the English Channel, The Tower restaurant offers stu
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Camber Sands Holiday Park - Park Resorts, Camber

A great base for exploring the scenic Sussex countryside, 1066 country, and the fun seaside town ...
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Hamilton Arms, Midhurst

With an authentic Thai restaurant in the heart of this traditional country pub, The Hamilton Arms se
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