Liverpool Weather November Averages, United Kingdom
What's the Weather Like in Liverpool in Novermber
If you don't mind the chilly temperatures, November can be a good time to visit Liverpool. Tourists at this time of the year can expect some slightly cheaper tickets as well as hotel rooms and not as many people to contend with for the best restaurants and most popular sites. However, you will need to bring some heavy winter gear as temperatures continue to fall throughout the month.
Jackets are needed both in the morning and the afternoon hours as temperatures are cold throughout the day. Average overnight lows will fall to 6°C (43°F) by first thing in the morning. It will not be much warmer during the afternoon as temperatures will only climb by a few degrees to 9°C (48°F). Combined with the wind, it can also feel much cooler than it actually is. Visitors will need to consult an extended forecast before leaving home to make sure they have packed the right clothing in order to stay comfortable. Overall, the average daily temperature is just 7°C (45°F) resulting in some cooler days from sun up to sunset.
Even though this is not the wettest month of the year, the region can still experience plenty of precipitation. Overall, the region will receive an average of 63mm of precipitation over the course of the month. While most of the precipitation will be in the liquid form, a stray snow shower toward the end of the month cannot be ruled out. An average of 11 days of the month will experience measurable precipitation.
Now is also not the best time of the year to visit the local beaches. Combined with the cool air temperatures, the region only experiences an average of 3 hours of sunshine per day. Additionally, the water temperatures continue to fall with an average of 13°C (55°F) for the months.
Hotels in Liverpool in November
Travelodge Liverpool Central
Travelodge Liverpool Central is centrally located, with Lime Street Station just a five minute walk away, which makes it the perfect base for exploring the city. The hotel is in close proximity to both The Beatles museum and The National Museum of Liverpool. Each room has a comfy king sized bed, a TV with Freeview, and a spacious desk.
The Liner Hotel at Liverpool
Located near everything you could want, a great choice for a November holiday is The Liner Hotel at Liverpool. The hotel features a large number of varying sized accommodations decorated with the highest level of amenities. The hotel also features a number of different dining options ranging from casual to fine dining along with a number of bar options.
The Crowne Plaza Cirty Centre
The Crowne Plaza City Center is the perfect choice for those who prefer the name recognition of hotels located around the world. Located in the heart of the city, the hotel prides itself on providing service that is second-to-none. Guests can take advantage of the on-site fitness center, spa and award-winning restaurant. There is even an indoor pool for those cold late autumn days.
Novotel Liverpool offers guests a large number of room options that are sure to fit every budget. This hotel is also home to an on-site bar and restaurant that is sure to please at the end of a long day of sightseeing. Whether you are there on business or pleasure, this hotel is sure to please.
Bars and Restaurants
Roockwood Bar and Cafe
One of the best steakhouses in Liverpool is known as the Rookwood Bar and Cue. Each steak is grilled to perfection on the restaurant's Inka grill and the meat is locally sourced and dry aged for 28 days in the country's only Himalayan Salt Chamber. Also known as one of England's best barbeque restaurants, this is one spot not to be missed.
Chy Liverpool is a gourmet Chinese restaurant that combines traditional dishes with modern cuisine. Even though it has only been open a short amount of time, the restaurant has already established a very strong customer base that continues to grow. After just one visit, you will find that you will be one of the loyal customers as well.
The Ship & Mitre
The Ship & Mitre is the place to be in order to sample real ales along with beers from around the world. This traditional pub also features British food to go along with the large selection of beers. All the dishes use fresh, local ingredients and the food will be hard to top. Be sure to stop in and stay awhile and you are sure to meet others from around the world.
Things to do in Liverpool in November
International Slavery Museum
With the weather turning colder in November, now is a good time to visit the International Slavery Museum. This sobering museum highlights slavery both in a historical and contemporary context. Completed in 2007, this museum quickly got to one million visitors and continues to offer a story that everyone needs to hear.
Liverpool Escape Room
One of the most exciting games in Liverpool can be found at the Liverpool Escape Room. Here, you work in a group of friends or family to escape from a locked room by figuring out a series of puzzles and mysteries. These games each have a theme and last one hour. These unique games require you to think outside the box and work together.