Inglemere B & B
We have four comfortable rooms available, a downstairs double, a double/twin, a single and a family room, which sleeps 4 plus a cot, all with en-suites, tea and coffee making facilities, fridges and digital televisions with built in DVDs. A downstairs bathroom with whirlpool bath is also available for guests use. Bathrobes are provided, together with complimentary toiletries and fresh milk for your tea or coffee.
We also have a large conservatory, leading onto a patio both of which guests are welcome to use.
We offer a varied breakfast menu, including a Full English Breakfast with local produce, and vegetarian options.
The picturesque New Forest which is now a National Park with its famous ponies and other wildlife is only a mile away. There are opportunities for horse riding, cycle hire and walking. In the summer, there is an open top bus tour which takes you through the heart of the magnificent ancient heath and forest landscape and plenty of traditional New Forest Pubs to keep the weary traveller refreshed.
The nearest beach is 2 miles from Inglemere at Milford on Sea. Close to Milford is Hurst Castle built by Henry VIII in 1544.
The Isle of Wight, is a short ferry trip from Lymington. This is a great day trip offering a number of attractions for the young through to the young at heart.
The Solent is known throughout the world as one of the premier sailing locations. The two key yachting harbours in the area are Lymington and Keyhaven. Both provide launching points and some moorings for visiting boats. During the summer months, these harbours come alive with a variety of regattas and racing events.
Enjoy a fantastic days fishing at Hordle Lakes - One of Hampshire's Premier carp fisheries set in beautiful woodland surroundings. The Lymington River estuary offers good sea fishing. Sea angling trips are available from Keyhaven, and beach fishermen often take advantage of Milford-on-Sea's shingle shore.
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This page was last updated: 02 February 2016