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Lymington

Lymington

This Georgian market town is a tranquil setting, ideal for those with an interest in the great outdoors. The town is set upon the scenic coastline, within the New Forrest National Park, nestled between Southampton and Bournemouth. The area is traditionally known for its rich sailing history, and the town still retains two huge marinas filled with boats and yachts, and two sailing clubs. The ferry port offers visitors regular crossings to the Isle of Wight, the trip being a scenic affair, taking visitors to the beautiful isle. A popular landmark in the town are the historic 19th century sea-baths, which are the oldest in the United Kingdom, guests can take a swim in the sea filled pools, especially popular in the Summer months. The nearby New Forrest National Park also offers the opportunity to partake in numerous outdoor activities – from walking and pony trekking to mountain biking and canoeing.

We love Lymington because...

  • 19th century sea baths
  • Scenic coastline
  • Rich sailing history
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Hotels
Hotels in Lymington
Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel and Resort
South Baddesley Road Lymington SO41 5ZB

Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel is set within an inspiring location with an abundance of lovely scenery and cracking beaches.

2 nights from
£159.00pp
Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel and Resort
South Baddesley Road Lymington SO41 5ZB

Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel is set within an inspiring location with an abundance of lovely scenery and cracking beaches.

In and around Lymington

Lymington Salt Water Baths

These huge 110 metre long seawater pools provide entertainment for all, with an inflatable obstacle course, water zorbs and the opportunity to try out paddle boarding, kayaking or even aqua jousting! The pools uses filtered water drawn from the sea to provide a unique swimming experience.

Hurst Castle

This unique castle was established by Henry VIII as an artillery fort upon the Hurst Split, providing protection from France. The castle again saw use during the Napoleonic wars when it was modernised and again in both World Wars, before it was decommissioned in 1956 and opened as a tourist attraction. Today visitors can visit the site and admire the wonderful views across to the Isle of Wight.

Braxton Gardens and Tea Rooms

This family run business provides visitors with a traditional warm welcome to their idyllic gardens. Visitors here can recharge their batteries in the exquisite surroundings, a mere stone’s throw from the sea. Guests can sit in the gardens or the conservatory and enjoy a wonderful afternoon tea, with homemade muffins and a range of hot beverages.

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