Staycations to these beaches in the UK still offer great weather in September
Staycation holidays have been on the rise for British travellers as many choose a cheaper and easier break in the UK.
However with the summer holidays over, many may think that a staycation holiday is too cold for the later months.
Holiday rental provider Snaptrip.com has found that these some beaches in the UK offer even better weather as September rolls around.
Some can even hit mid-twenties for warmth without having to jump on a plane for a hotter climate.
September is a great time to visit as you’ll have lots more accommodation to choose from
Devon and Cornwall are obvious choices for a beach break, but they can actually offer some of the best weather later in the year.
Matt Fox, CEO at Snaptrip.com stated: “September is a great time to visit as you’ll have lots more accommodation to choose from, potentially at a lower cost [and] weather often being lovely and sunny.”
One that many may not have heard about is The Lizard, a peninsula in the most southerly point in Britain.
Not only does it have beautiful sea views, but Fox states: “With average temperatures in the low-twenties, you might even be able to get away with packing your shorts.”
The Lizard, in the south of England, still offers weather in the mid-twenties during September
Otherwise, Brighton and Isle of Wight regularly offer seasonal weather hotter than Britons may realise later in the year.
Fox explains: “As with Brighton, [Isle of Wight] is another part of the country that promises warmer sea temperature.”
Beach resorts have reported a huge influx in bookings post-Brexit, as British travellers opt for a holiday closer to home.
With reasons ranging from safer in light of the recent terrorist attacks abroad, as well as the soaring exchange rate against the euro, a UK holiday is only increasing in popularity.
Staycations are on the rise, and will still be a popular holiday choice after the summer
The best place for a seaside break was recently revealed to be Southwold in Sussex.
It beat other popular beach spots for various reasons such as the number of restaurants and fish and chips, as well as the hotel and taxi prices in the area.
Whilst Cornwall and Devon also made the top 40, others that beat it many Britons may not have previously considered for a holiday.
Bamburgh in North Devon was also a close second, due to a number of attractions and average weather conditions.