high season: July to September
low season: November to March
shoulder season: April to June, October
Weather InformationNo matter what season, British weather can change day to day and hour to hour, from warm and sunny to cool and rainy. In general, summers are warm during the day and cool at night, with temperatures ranging from the high 50s to the high 60s, and some days hitting the 80s. Winter temperatures are cooler, ranging from the low 30s to the low 40s. Spring and fall have a mix of warm and cold days with temperatures in the 40s, 50s, and sometimes 60s. Northern England has much cooler weather than the south.
Crowd InformationThe most crowded times are over the summer months and bank holidays such as New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Day, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day (December 26). Attractions and destinations also get busier during school holiday times, which include mid-July to early September, two weeks at Christmas and Easter, and a week in mid-October and mid-February.
Closure InformationHotels, shops, and other venues generally remain open year-round. However, some small resorts may close during the low season.
When to SavePrices fluctuate according to seasonality and location. Hotels can be considerably cheaper during the winter low season.
When to BookIn general, book two months in advance of travel. However, last-minute deals are often available.
Information provided by Enjoy England