Dublin Weather November Averages, Ireland
What's the weather like in Dublin in November
With an average temperature of about 8 degrees Celsius and average highs and lows in the range between 10 degrees Celsius and 5 degrees Celsius, the weather is quite cold during this time of the year.
Humidity & Rain
The chance of a wet day over the course of the month of November gradually decreases, starting the month at 39 per cent and ending the month at 36 per cent.
In the city of Dublin, the average sunshine hours over the course of November are about 2.1 hours.
Over the course of November in Dublin, the length of the day rapidly decreases, with the length of the day decreasing by about 1 hour, 34 minutes from the start to the end of the month.
The average sea/water temperature in Dublin decreases gradually over the course of the month, and amounts to about 13 degrees Celsius or 56 degrees Fahrenheit.
The average hourly wind speed in the city of Dublin remains essentially constant during the month of November, within 0.3 miles per hour and 15.6 miles per hour all through this time.
The hourly average wind direction in Dublin all through November is predominantly from the west, with a peak proportion of 41 per cent on the 11thof November month.
With winter fast approaching, we highly recommend that you carry heavy, warm winter wear to stay warm, comfortable and safe.
The weather outdoors can be heavily chilly, especially during the nights, and it is always recommended that you carry warming accessories like scarves, mittens or hats whenever you tread outside.
Dublin Hotels in November
The Shelbourne Hotel
The Shelbourne Dublin is a posh, stately 1842 hotel that overlooks the St Stephen's Green, and has an ornate facade. The classic and stylish hotel is a 5-minute walk from the National Gallery of Ireland and 9 minutes from Trinity College. Featuring posh rooms with classical styling, elegant fabrics, pillow-top mattresses, and marble bathrooms, the rooms also offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with cable channels, iPad/iPhone docks, tea and coffee making facilities. The suites on offer add lavish living and dining areas, while the hotel's other amenities include a chic spa, 2 fine-dining restaurants, a plush lounge for afternoon tea and supper, and valet parking.
An upscale accommodation choice, the Paramount Hotel is a popular venue among the nightlife venues of Temple Bar. This subdued hotel with art deco detailing fronts a cobbled lane in the city centre and lies within a 2 minutes' walk from the River Liffey and Dublin Castle, and a 6 minutes' walk from Luas light rail. Decorated with a 1930s vibe, the hotel's classic rooms provide free Internet access, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities, and balconies with city views. Also included is a full cooked breakfast that is included at an extra fee, and also a buzzy bistro and bar across 2 levels that turns into a lively club with DJs by night.
Camden Court Hotel
The Camden Court Hotel is a modern, polished hotel that is a 7-minute walk from the 19th-century Iveagh Gardens, with St. Stephen's Green an 8-minute walk away. This hotel features contemporary rooms that feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee making equipment. The amenities included are a heated indoor pool, a kids' pool, a Jacuzzi, a fully equipped gym, conference rooms, a modern Irish restaurant and a laid-back bar that hosts live music.
River House Hotel
The River House Hotel is a low-key Temple Bar hotel that is an 8-minute walk from the Ilac Shopping Centre and at a distance of 2 km from the Guinness Storehouse museum. This mid-ranged accommodation has simple rooms with colourful accents that feature tea and coffee making equipment, cable TV, and also a 3-bedroom apartment that sleeps up to 7 guests. The hotel offers full Irish breakfast at an additional cost, and offers a lively bar and a funky nightclub with live music.
Bars and Restaurants
If you ever find yourself looking for freshly brewed coffee in the heart of Dublin, Joe's coffee is your best go-to place. With generous staff that is exceptionally friendly and quick to serve and take orders, this coffee shop located in the Henry Street area of Dublin, the café also serves a number of quick, tasty bites to satisfy a hungry stomach. The café serves a small selection of fresh, high quality sandwiches and salads and treats, making it a great choice to visit for a cool visit. If you're looking for some real coffee while in Dublin, this definitely should be on your list while in the city. `
Milano - Dawson Street
Milano - Dawson Street has a large pizza menu and also serves other Italian dishes served in a light-filled room with Mondrian-style decor. With an atmosphere that is both sophisticated as well as relaxing, this restaurant serves some really good food and offers surprisingly quick service. Offering a range of gluten free options, the Milano - Dawson Street is great for a large group of people, or just for an outing with family. We highly recommend it and we're sure you'll have a great dining experience if you visit!
Bad Ass Café
Bad Ass Café is a traditional pub facade with modern interior for drinks, bistro-style international menu and comedy, and its atmosphere is nice and relaxing. Well-known for its great fun atmosphere and an amazing choice of live music, the Bad Ass café, is definitely a bad ass place to go if you want to have a great fun night. The staff here is friendly and generous, making it one of the best bars to visit with friends and family. While the drinks here are top-notch, the food is excellent too!
Milano - Grand Canal
The Milano - Grand Canal restaurant serves speedily delivered Italian dishes in a contemporary space decorated with tiles and glass, and is an Italian restaurant much loved in the city by both tourists and locals alike. The food here is mid-range priced and the menu is varied and delicious. If you take kids along, you'll be quite glad because they have special child friendly menus as well as colouring books to keep them occupied. This is definitely a place we would recommend for that laid-back, relaxing and amazing Sunday lunch.
Things to do in Dublin in November
Chester Beatty Library
Located in the grounds of Dublin Castle, the Chester Beatty Library is a world-famous library that houses the collection of mining engineer Sir Alfred Chester Beatty. This beautiful library is spread over two large floors, and houses a breath taking collection that includes more than 20,000 manuscripts, rare books, miniature paintings, clay tablets, costumes and other objects of artistic, historical and aesthetic importance. The Artistic Traditions Gallery on the 1st floor is an exploration of the art of Mogul India, Persia, the Ottoman Empire, Japan and China while the Sacred Traditions Gallery on the 2nd floor offers insights into the rituals and rites of passage of the major world religions Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism.
Do you want to take some time off to relax and unwind? The Phoenix Park is a lovely place to go relax with your family, and have a beautiful sunny day outdoors. This vast and beautifully maintained park is easily one of the best there is in the city of Dublin and has golf courses, polo grounds, rugby fields, hills, ponds of water, zoo, military and police stations, as well as bike rentals offered. The park offers some spectacular scenic views, and has a unique natural beauty associated with it. Located right in the centre of the city of Dublin, this one's a must isit if you want to spend some time in the lap of nature.
St Stephen's Green
Do you want to experience nature's magic in the midst of the busy environs of the city? A beautiful park near the city centre, Stephen's Green is a gorgeous park and a lovely little green lung at the heart of Dublin city. You can walk around following the information panels around the park, and learn a great deal about Easter rising (1916) and different aspects of Dublin/Irish culture and history, through the many information panels, statues, and monuments that are placed here. This little park though small in size has world class facilities and features and is located in one of Dublin's nicest areas. The park is excellently landscaped with waterways, nooks and crannies, several any gorgeous flower beds, and lovely meadows that spread out as a blanket!