What's the Weather like in Liverpool in October
The weather is beginning to get a lot colder in Liverpool during this time of the year. Therefore, those who choose to visit during October will need to pack plenty of items that can be layered in order to be prepared for whatever Mother Nature may throw your way while in town. However, if you don't mind the wet and the chilly conditions, now can be a good time to score a good deal on a room and avoid the larger crowds at the same time.
Temperatures during this time of the year continue to fall and take a big dip this month. The average overall daily temperature is 11°C (52°F). Jackets and long sleeves will be needed both in the morning and the afternoon hours as average overnight lows fall to 9°C (48°F). The afternoon temperatures take the biggest tumble from September to now falling all the way to 13°C (55°F). Combined with the wind, it can also feel much cooler.
In addition to bringing some long sleeves and light jackets, visitors will also need to bring a rain jacket or an umbrella. That is because this is the wettest month of the year with an average of 73mm of precipitation. However, the number of days recording rain falls to only 10 days of the month. As a result, you may see some dry conditions while on holiday, or you could run into a heavier downpour.
Water Temperature/Sunshine Hours
While it might be possible to still spend some time at the beach, you will want to make sure the weather is cooperating before heading out. The average water temperature for this time of year is 14°C (57°F). This is really the last month where visitors can enjoy the beach before it gets too cold. Additionally, there are only 5 hours of sunshine each day.
Hotels in Liverpool in October
Premier Inn Liverpool Albert Dock
Located in a prime location for restaurants and nightlife, guests will enjoy their stay at the Premier Inn Liverpool Albert Dock. Perfect for families or those traveling alone or as a couple, the hotel features a family room, free WiFi, air conditioning, and meeting rooms.
Housed in the iconic Royal Insurance Building, Aloft Liverpool is the perfect choice of hotel for those who are looking for luxury without the higher price. The hotel is pet friendly and also includes a fitness center and common room complete with pool tables. Guests will also enjoy relaxing with a drink at the on-site bar or having a meal in the hotel restaurant.
Tune Hotel Liverpool
Those on a budget will appreciate Tune Hotel Liverpool. The streamlined rooms feature comfortable beds as well as luxurious showers. Even though this hotel is priced for guests to save money, they will still enjoy housekeeping services and key card access to the lobby and hotel rooms. This is a good choice for saving money in October or any time of the year.
Liverpool Beaches For October
Moreton Beach is one of the hidden gems of the region and is still popular during this time of year, even though temperatures are cooling off on both land and sea. Since the month turns to October, most people shy away from the seashore along those that do visit plenty of space. This particular beach is perfect for long walks and stunning sunsets. This area is perfect for picnics, kite flying and more.
Bars and Restaurants
Maray is known for its small plates and extensive cocktail menu. Most of the cocktails are twists on contemporary recipes and will change with the seasons, as does the food menu. With dishes that are meant to be shared, it's recommended that each person order two to three plates. Be sure to book early for a table at this popular restaurant.
Known for its Mexican food, Wahaca Liverpool is one of the most popular restaurants in the city. This sustainable restaurant features a rooftop bar as well as a menu full of burritos, salads and tacos. All of the dishes incorporate locally sourced and fresh ingredients and are made to order.
The Philharmonic Pub
Known as being one of the most lavish and ornate pubs in the region, The Philharmonic Pub should not be missed. This traditional pub features pub food along with real ales and a good dose of hospitality. Open for well over a century, be sure to sit and stay and soak in the history.
Things to do in Liverpool in October
Because October is the wettest month in Liverpool with 73mm of precipitation, now may be the best time to head indoors and visit the World Museum. There is something for everyone to enjoy at this museum including a planetarium, aquarium, bug house, dinosaurs and mummies. This award-winning museum is open almost every day of the year.
Echo Arena Liverpool
Echo Arena Liverpool is one of the largest arenas in Europe and home to a number of show stopping events. Some of the most famous artists in the world have played there and if you find yourself in town during this time of the year, be sure to check the website to see who may be on stage.