Georgian Bed & Breakfast in the New Forest
We are a family run Bed and Breakfast and between us have over 40 years experience in the hospitality trade. Our aim is to make your stay here as pleasurable as possible and help you see all the sites and enjoy your visit. This Georgian House boasts 3 very unique rooms with tearooms downstairs offering breakfasts, light bites or lovely clotted cream teas.
With a main train line in and out of Lymington a day out shopping in Southampton or a day at Bournemouth Beach is very easy to do, or make a day of it with some shopping in Bournemouth then take lunch on the veranda of the seafront restaurant overlooking the sea and Isle of Wight or maybe in the Winter Gardens on the lawns. If you are feeling really brave then a go on the giant balloon in the Winter Gardens is a must, seeing a birds eye view of Bournemouth.
However if you want something a little less busy then there are many little villages around the New Forest to go and visit, Lyndhurst is very popular to look around the shops and there are some lovely little tea rooms to sit in and enjoy a nice cup of tea. Another place to visit is Burley. Although small and only a few shops it is well worth a visit to have a look around, see the horses standing outside the shops and in the road and if you would like to see more of the forest but donít feel like walking then Burley wagon rides is a lovely way to enjoy it .
If you are in the area with younger children then a visit to Mudeford Quay would be idea, with a lovely play area for children and a pub on the front for mum and dad it is a nice day to relax. On the front is a fresh fish stall where you can buy a crabbing set and let the children go crabbing on the quay, it does get busy and all the children walk along seeing who has the biggest crab in their bucket but then the crabs are put back into the water unharmed and ready for the next days crabbing, a lovely experience for a child when they catch there first crab and a definite photo moment.
Lymington is a lovely town with a nice selection of shops and a walk to the bottom of town takes you onto a cobbled path that leads to Lymington Quay where again you can sit on the pub patio having a drink and watching the boats or maybe jump on the train to Lymington Pier and catch the ferry to the Isle of Wight for the day.
There is so much to see and do in and around Lymington you will have many fun filled days here.
32 St Thomas Street
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This page was last updated: 06 April 2011