Spacious ground floor room with own entrance and shower room
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Children not allowed
Max guests:2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
very comfortable and clean with stylish decor, we would stay again
ideal for short break
Very clean and ideal for a short break in Lymington
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Jayne and Colin
Nice little studio apartment
Close to lymington town so handy for nightlife and daytime food and drink.
Only thing was the mainroad was quite noisy.
Other than that a nice place to stay
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Jayne and Colin
Great host's, great location can't fault this at all to honest.
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5 day break
5mins walk to town. Great base. Spotless cleam. Colin and Jayne good host. Lots to do all around.
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The flat was well equipped and so clean and comfortable. So easy to walk into Lymington and environs from this location.
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Jayne and Colin
Lymington has many welcoming pubs, wine bars, restaurants (including Italian, Indian and Thai cuisine), tea rooms, traditional independent shops, well known chains (including Waitrose and Marks and Spencer) and also several beauty salons for that little bit of holiday pampering !
Lymington Charter Market (established in the 1250s) takes place along the length of the High Street every Saturday throughout the year from 8am to 4pm. It's by far the largest street market in the New Forest area and with a great deal of history behind it, is nowadays a special experience for New Forest visitors to enjoy. The St Barbe museum is a must and from May – October regular “Story of Lymington” walks are escorted by volunteer guides in the town.
The popular Community Centre offers a wide range of live performances, films and activities. A great venue for both locals and visitors alike.
Throughout the year, various activities take place in the town, including an Italian festival, a French festival, a music festival and of course a late night shopping event before Xmas.
OUT AND ABOUT
The Sea wall offers many interesting walks, - as far as Bournemouth and beyond to the west! Walk the shingle bank from Keyhaven to Hurst Castle (built by Henry VIII to defend the Solent and where Charles l was imprisoned before his trial & execution in London in 1649) - or take the ferry!
Fossil hunting, paddle boarding and surfing are also popular activities along this interesting coastline.
Regular ferries from Lymington will take you across to the Isle of Wight. If you want to explore further, there are many nearby interesting places such as Highcliffe Castle, the lovely village of Beaulieu with its well known motor museum and riverside walk to Buckler’s Hard and the maritime museum - all within easy reach.
Bird Watching – The area is a wildlife haven and very popular with bird enthusiasts. The sea wall is a favourite place to see swans, Brent geese, oyster catchers, little egrets and curlew. There are hides located in Keyhaven and Lymington.
During the summer months you can take the Hop-on, hop-off New Forest bus tour from the High Street – a great ‘car free’ way to experience a wide area of the New Forest National Park.
A short drive to the village of Hythe gives you the opportunity to take a ride on the World’s oldest pier train to the end of the 130 year old pier, from here you can catch the regular ferry to Southampton. Here you will find the Tudor House, Art Gallery and the Sea City Museum with its unique exhibition and interactive story of the Titanic.
The New Forest – ponies can be found grazing on the open heathland and you usually get to spot a deer or two as well. Cosy and traditional forest pubs are a welcome stop after exploring the many beauty spots in the forest and varied walks; autumn is a great time of the year to capture all the wonderful changing colours and fungi of the forest with your camera.
In winter, Bournemouth and Winchester host their special Christmas Markets (Winchester also having its seasonal outdoor ice rink from November). Lymington celebrates the run up to Christmas in true festive spirit having late night shopping with complimentary mince pies and sherry, carols and Father Christmas.
All year round, there is always something new to do and experience -
We hope to welcome you soon !