July, August, and September are the hottest months in Redcar making them the ideal time to plan a visit to this city. Even during this time, temperatures hover around 70°F and can go down to 50°F in the evenings.
Redcar is almost overflowing with pubs and bars, especially on the eastern side of the High Street. Some of the places with a buzzing nightlife in Redcare are The Livery, The Gypsy Rover, Rita’s Pantry, The Deck, The Plimsoll Line, Blue Lounge Redcar, The Clock Tower, and The Pitcher House.
If you plan to reach by air, the closest airport to Redcar is the Durham Tees Valley Airport. You can also reach Redcar via rail and road. For those of you traveling by train, Redcar East, Redcar Central, and Longbeck train stations are convenient options to choose from.
You can easily travel in and around Redcar via buses, trains or cars. The A19, A1, and A66 motorways connect Redcar to the major M-roads of the UK. You can either rent a car or make use of taxis, buses or trains to get around Redcar.
Redcar is a melting pot of eclectic tourist spots that will keep you wanting more, long after you go home.
You can book an OYO Hotel in Redcar for around £20-30 per night. OYO Hotels in Redcar also offer many attractive offers that can be availed during booking.
OYO The Douglas Hotel is a quintessential pub-style inn located 15 minutes from the train station in Redcar. It offers basic amenities like free Wifi, coffee/tea maker, room heater, hairdryer, daily housekeeping, clean washrooms, an iron, and kitchen among others.