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The Weather in Margate
This is the climate diagram in Margate. August is the warmest month in Margate with average maximum temperatures of 71°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 37°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is September.
Find a variety of charming vacation rentals in Margate by the sea
Visit charming Margate, a seaside town that’s long been a popular resort destination for British beach trips. Choose from a mixture of traditional English brick homes, modern apartments or cheerful and colourful terraced houses near the beach.
Eating out in Margate
When heading out for dinner, you’ll have a lot of choice, from seafood at the Buoy and Oyster to excellent British dishes at Mullins Brasserie. Peter’s Fish Factory is a great place to grab some fish and chips to enjoy by the sea. You could also pick up some fresh produce at The Old Kent Farmer's Market.
Exploring the surroundings of Margate
There are a number of towns near Margate, easily accessibly by car or train. These include Ramsgate, with its historic Royal Harbour and Maritime Museum. You can also visit nearby Canterbury, a university town with one of England’s most recognisable cathedrals. To the south is major port city of Dover.
Also not far from Margate are the Kent Downs, designated as an official Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which lead to the White Cliffs of Dover. It’s an area of unspoilt nature which is great for country walks or picnics on sunny days. You can also discover cosy vacation homes, quaint local shops and eateries in the villages throughout the area.
What to see when staying in Margate
A truly unique attraction, this underground tunnel is decorated with millions of shells covering the walls and ceiling. It was discovered in the 19th century but its origin remains a mystery.
A great amusement park for all the family to enjoy, with merry-go-rounds and a wooden roller coaster. The Octopus’s House is a play area for smaller children and there’s also a retro-themed Roller Room.
Margate Tudor House
An original Tudor house, showcasing one of the most recognisable types of British architecture. See Tudor furniture and clothes, and ask the knowledgeable staff about the house’s history.
Located in a beautiful Grade II listed building, it showcases the town’s past, from the formation of its police force to its emergence as a popular resort destination even before the Victorian Era.
This is surely what comes to mind when you think ‘Margate’. The sandy beach is the epitome of British seaside fun, just across from Dreamland and flanking the quaint Old Town quarter.
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