House in Lymington, Nr. New Forest, Hampshire, England - Close To Lymington Sea Wall, Lymington River, The Town And Easy Access To Local Beaches Rural
About Jenny Vines
Our home is a passion for me and I hope I have been able to create a warm and welcoming home for you to stay in. It will mean a great deal to us for you to enjoy your stay.
Jenny Vines purchased this House in 2006
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Fantastic week in Lymington
Beautiful house well presented, well equipped, great location, quiet lane, big garden and a nice walk into Lymington.
Lovely to meet Jenny at handover, who has always been quck to respond to any queries.
We all loved the house, children enjoyed collecting the eggs and the cinema screen in the play room was enjoyed by all.
Fantastic holiday, just a wonderful time.
Special interest holidays:
Sailing yachts and dinghy is a particular interest in Lymington and there is much to see and do. Sailing courses can be arranged at the Royal Lymington Yacht Club or Calshot activity Centre.
The owner can give advice on good local forest walks and other local activities.
The sea is accessible within 600m walk from the house but to visit local beaches at Milford (stones) is 10 minute drive, Horde Cliff (stones) beach is 15 minutes by car, Highcliffe (sand) is 20 minutes, Avon (sand) is also 20 minutes and the magnificent Hengisbury Head is a 25 minute drive with lovely passenger boat ride across the narrows of Christchurch Harbour.
Heathrow Airport is approximately 1.5 hours journey, while Bournemouth and Southampton are both approximately 0.5 hour.
Car hire is recommended to gain full access to all the amenities in the area but is not necessary if visitors prefer the more leisurely pace of Lymington.
By car Brockenhurst is 10 minutes, Burley 20 minutes, Lyndhurst is 20 minutes, Southampton is 30 minutes, Bournemouth is 30 minutes, London is 90 minutes.
Lymington is the perfect Location to get involved in sailing yachts or dinghies, wind surfing, chartering motor boats ,paddle boarding and enjoying being on the water. It is very accessible to the Isle of Wight by car ferry or small passenger ferry. Cycling either on the coastal path or in the Forest is a real treat with numerous pubs and restaurants to stop at on the way.
Shopping on Lymington High Street is very easy with many local restaurants, banks and 3 supermarkets. For a sea view the Haven Bar is just 15 minute walk around the sea wall, while the Fishermans Rest and Chequers Inn are local favourite pubs both a 5 minute walk.
Woodside Park is also a 5 minute walk with tennis courts, bowling green and play equipment.
Check out the local tourist information centre in Lymington to see local events and dates.