February Weather Averages for Bermuda, Bermuda
What's the weather like in Bermuda in February?
February is the coldest month of the year in Bermuda, but that doesn't mean it is a bad time to travel. For those who prefer slightly cooler temperatures, lower humidity and less chance of hurricanes, this is a good time to visit when the crowds are smaller and prices are lower. This is a good month for golfing, tennis, cycling and other outdoor sporting activities. It can still be wet in this month wi...
What's the weather like in Bermuda in February?
February is the coldest month of the year in Bermuda, but that doesn't mean it is a bad time to travel. For those who prefer slightly cooler temperatures, lower humidity and less chance of hurricanes, this is a good time to visit when the crowds are smaller and prices are lower. This is a good month for golfing, tennis, cycling and other outdoor sporting activities. It can still be wet in this month with average rainfall of 130mm that falls over 18 days in the month. There is a 65% chance of rain on any February day, which is often moderate rain or light showers. Cloud cover is around 87% on average during the month. Check the weather forecast before heading out for the day to make sure rain doesn't spoil your plans.
Temperatures are similar to those seen in Tenerife in the Canary Islands with average day time temperatures of 18°C. It can reach an average high temperature of 20°C and drop to an overnight low of 16°C in this month. The sea is pretty cold at this time of year as well, dropping to its lowest temperature of the year of 17°C. Visitors who want to swim, sunbathe or take part in water sports might prefer to travel later in the year when the weather warms up with May being a good month to travel. The highest recorded temperature in this month was a warm 26°C and the lowest was a chilly 6°C in 1950.
Humidity levels are manageable in winter with the cooler temperatures keeping conditions comfortable. Humidity can range from 58% to 85% during this month, which is increasing as the month progresses. Wind is often from a southerly direction and can be between a light breeze of 6 mph to a fresh 23 mph; sometimes reaching a high wind at 33 mph. Days are still short but are increasing in length by around 50 minutes from the first day of the month to the last. Sunrise is at 7.15am in early February and sunset is at 5.50pm. There are around five hours of sunshine each day.
Hotels in Bermunda in February
Newstead Belmont Hills Resort
Guests who enjoy a round of golf will love to stay at the 4* Newstead Belmont Hills resort. Situated on the harbour, this resort in Paget offers spacious studios and suites that feature free Wi-Fi, a kitchenette, flat screen TV and a private balcony. The on-site spa is available for guests as well as an outdoor pool, tennis court, fitness centre and hot tub. Guests receive a free round of golf and a free shuttle to the nearby 18-hole golf course. There are a choice of restaurants at this resort with continental cuisine, and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Cambridge Beaches Resort and Spa
The luxurious adults only 4* Cambridge beaches resort and spa is situated on it's own private beach and all rooms offer views of the sea or pool. This is a romantic choice for Valentine's Day in February, and features a full service spa, outdoor pool if the weather is warm enough, tennis courts and free daily breakfast. There are three restaurants with seafood or casual dining options. Located close to attractions including shopping and beaches, this is a great resort for getting away from it all on a winter break.
Situated walking distance to Hamilton, the self-catering Windsong apartments are the perfect choice for couples or families and are close to the amenities and attractions of the island. Guests can enjoy the gardens and outdoor dining area with apartment facilities including a kitchen with oven and stovetop, cable TV, seating area and one or two bedrooms. Free parking, a daily maid service and laundry services are available.
Bars and Restaurants
Mad Hatters Restaurant
For a fun and entertaining night out with friends in Hamilton, try the Mad Hatters restaurant. This is a casual and relaxed restaurant that serves delicious lunch and dinner including fish and seafood dishes and daily specials. The food is European with a Thai/North American fusion. The staff are professional and friendly and will make sure you and your friends have a great time when you dine here. Decorated with all kinds of hats, guests are encouraged to try them on and have a different dining experience dressed up in your favourite hat!
For a romantic Valentine's Day dinner with your loved one, go to the Barracuda Grill in Hamilton. This is a classy and elegant restaurant that serves delicious fish and seafood dishes as well as deserts and a wide selection of wines and cocktails. The service is attentive and professional and this restaurant is a good choice for the cooler February evenings when it is often better to dine indoors.
For an authentic Italian restaurant, go to Portofino in Hamilton. This is a lovely venue that serves tasty Italian cuisine with generous portions and a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Try the delicious pasta, pizza, salads, meats and fish dishes and wash it down with a tasty beer or glass of wine. The service is fast and attentive and is ideal for a casual dinner with the family or friends while sitting in the cosy indoor area or outside on the patio if the weather is warm enough.
Things to do in Bermuda in February
Port Royal Golf Course
February is a great time of year for keen golfers to play a few rounds while the climate is not too hot. Go to the fantastic Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton and enjoy a game on one of the best public golf courses in the world. This course is the longest and most picturesque in Bermuda and has stunning views over the sea. After your game of golf, why not relax with a drink or meal at the course's restaurant and make a day of it?
St Peter's Church
If you are interested in history then go to St Peter's church in St George. This is a beautiful old church dating back to 1612 and is the oldest Anglican Church outside the British Isles. The inside of the church is lovely with old wooden beams, furniture and rails carved out of local cedar wood and the pulpit that was made in 1660. There are over 40 memorials on the walls inside and the vestry contains a display of sacred silver, with the earliest Communion cup dating back to 1625.