Bermuda Weather November Averages, Bermuda
What's the weather like in Bermuda in November?
November is the first month of the tourist low season and the start of winter in Bermuda. Although the weather is cooler and the days are shorter, it is still a lovely month to visit as the crowds are smaller, the prices are lower and the heat and humidity are much more bearable. This is a good month to visit for people looking for a more active holiday when the climate is not too hot and there i...
What's the weather like in Bermuda in November?
November is the first month of the tourist low season and the start of winter in Bermuda. Although the weather is cooler and the days are shorter, it is still a lovely month to visit as the crowds are smaller, the prices are lower and the heat and humidity are much more bearable. This is a good month to visit for people looking for a more active holiday when the climate is not too hot and there is less rainfall. This month has similar air temperature and rainfall as May and either of these months are a very pleasant time to travel. There are around 5 hours of sunshine each day in this month and daylight savings ends in November so the clocks go back one hour. Sunrise is at 6.45am and sunset is at 5.15pm.
The average temperature in November is 22°C with average high and low temperatures of between 20°C and 24°C. These are similar conditions to those experienced at Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands which is a good alternative for those not wanting to travel as far as Bermuda. Historically, the highest recorded temperature in this month was 29°C and the lowest recorded saw temperatures drop to a chilly 12°C. It is still a nice time of year to have a swim in the sea as the water temperatures are a mild 23°C, although getting out of the water into the cooler air may be less pleasant.
It can be wet in November although it is one of the drier months of the year with around 110mm rainfall that falls over 18 days during the month. The chance of rain on any day in this month is 60% and the most common forms of rain are light to moderately heavy showers. It is usually fairly cloudy at this time of year and there is an average of 78% cloud cover. It is a good idea to check the 14-day weather forecast before heading out for the day in case it does rain. Humidity is much less of a problem at this time of year and varies from 60% to 85% but the lower temperatures keep the humidity to a comfortable level. Winds are usually from the south or west and are between 5 mph and 18 mph on average with gusts reaching as strong as 29 mph at times.
Hotels in Bermuda in November
6 Cloverdale Close
Self-catering accommodation is on offer at 6 Cloverdale Close in Devonshire on the south shore of Bermuda. This property features an outdoor swimming pool, a barbecue area, free parking and free Wi-Fi access. The two-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 5 guests and has air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen, sea views, laundry and outdoor seating area. The apartment is located close to restaurants, bars and shops and is perfect for a group of friends or family holiday in the winter sun.
Royal Palms Resort
Located in 19th century manor house in Hamilton, the 4* Royal Palms resort is close to Hamilton harbour and yacht club as well as the ferry terminal and other local amenities. This property features beautiful rooms with colonial style décor, flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi, coffee making facilities and a small kitchenette with a microwave in the suites. Guests can have a buffet breakfast on the terrace and the on-site restaurants serve Mediterranean and Bermudian cuisine. Set in lush gardens and close to Camden and Elbow beaches as well as golf courses and centrally located for all the attractions of Bermuda, this is a lovely hotel for relaxing and enjoying a winter holiday.
Brightside Guest Apartments
The family run Brightside Guest Apartments are the perfect property for a relaxed and budget holiday in Bermuda. With apartments ranging from basic rooms, one-bedroom flats to a family cottage, there are plenty of options for your stay. The resort is situated in Flatts village on the eastern side of the island, close to the beach and nearby shops as well as bus stop for trips to other attractions. Each unit has a kitchen and rooms have a microwave and fridge. The property has a swimming pool and is set in beautiful gardens perfect for relaxing and enjoying the warmer winter days.
Bars and Restaurants
Tucked away down a narrow alleyway in Hamilton is the popular Bolero Brassiere. This family run restaurant is popular with locals and visitors and is a warm and welcoming restaurant perfect for cooler November evenings. There is an outdoor balcony or choose to sit inside when the weather is colder and don't forget to book, as it can get busy here. There are many dishes to choose from including fish, seafood, duck, meats and vegetarian options. The food is delicious and the staff are knowledgeable and helpful and will make your dining experience memorable.
If you fancy a decent Indian curry while visiting Bermuda, you should go to Ruby Murrys in Hamilton. Open for lunch and dinner, this restaurant has a range of different regional Indian dishes on the menu including the classics such as korma, madras and samosas. Stop in for the buffet lunch and have a selection of everything or head there for a casual and tasty dinner with the family. This is a friendly and welcoming restaurant and a great budget choice.
The elegant and stylish Harbourfront restaurant in Hamilton is the perfect setting for a casual lunch or special dinner in a stunning location. The menu features fresh fish and seafood, meat dishes, sushi and salads as well as deliciously tempting deserts. If the weather is too cold to sit outside in November, the indoor seating still maintains the views over the water. This restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and also serves a selection of canapés and cocktails.
Things to do in Bermuda in November
National Museum of Bermuda
As the temperatures drop in November, it is time to head inside to the National Museum of Bermuda. Learn about Bermuda's rich history with military displays, the island's link to the Azores and West Indies, slavery, ancient watercraft, natural history and arts. There are many artefacts from shipwrecks around the coast, historic documents, maps, and relics of 400 years of Bermudian history with a total of over 75,000 objects. The museum is housed in historic military buildings and is located at the west end of the island at the old Royal Naval Dockyard.
World Rugby Classic
Held in November each year, sports fans will love the World Rugby Classic, Bermuda. This is a great fun event for the whole family with rugby teams from around the globe competing to win the cup. There is plenty going on during this weeklong event as the bars and restaurants get busy and there is a party atmosphere on the island. Players and fans mingle in the bars and hotels and at the music events that take place during the week.