Although July and August promise the warmest temperatures in the North East and Scotland, with the average highs hitting 18 and 17 degrees Celsius respectively, the later months can offer decent weather too.
“September usually delivers some lovely weather, and a lot of our customers enjoy breaks well into Autumn,” he said.
“And with local indoor tourist attractions opening there are lots of things to do even on rainy days.”
However, while he acknowledges this isn’t an option for everyone, Mr Hodgson insists there are still ways to save during the busy summer months.
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