cornwall in november
hm167 · 21/10/2021 18:00
is it too cold in november to visit cornwall? i'm planning on going with a 2 year old but if it's going to be too cold for us to enjoy the outdoors would there even be a point in going?
RedCarsGoFaster · 21/10/2021 18:04
Well, we all live here and venture outdoors every day!
Plan some indoors activities / places to go for rainy days would be my advice for November. Just check the weather forecast before you pack. These guys are much more reliable than the Met Office:
Libertaire · 21/10/2021 18:12
No, it’s not too cold. Cornwall is generally the least cold part of the U.K. in winter. It is, however, very likely to be wet & windy for some of your stay. As always in Britain, dress appropriately for the weather and you will be fine.
LubaLuca · 21/10/2021 18:20
It will be slightly milder than more northern parts of the UK, and will probably be a bit wetter. It's less crisp than you'd expect at the end of autumn.
PaulGallico · 21/10/2021 18:24
Yesterday - rain and wind all day. Today - beautiful - that is Cornwall for you. Pack for wet weather, bring wellies, and a waterproof but still chance of sunny spells.
Artie30 · 22/10/2021 17:57
I mean it's not going to be warm but Cornwall is generally mild in November. It doesn't get freezing cold here often! Imo best time to visit - not too busy or manic. Just bring coats, woolies, wellies etc.
Madcats · 22/10/2021 18:55
Invest in a decent pair of waterproof dungarees plus wellies plus waterproof coat plus wool hat and a pair of reins for the two year old.
Lots of layers will serve you all well!
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