Elegant New Forest Lymington Town Getaway 1.5 Bath
From $131 / night
Description from the owner
Description from the owner
Type: Apt. / Condo
You'll have a wonderful stay in this fully furnished 3-bed / 1.5 bath apartment in the heart of Lymington (New Forest). It's a beautifully designed, very appealing light and bright contemporary apartment in excellent condition.
We provide everything you'll need for an enjoyable and comfortable stay.
There is unlimited free wifi access and unlimited use of Netflix (online film service) through the TV - perfect for an evening unwind.
The owner, an interior designer, offers an extremely well-presented property in neutral colours with an elegant and attractive style. The attention to detail makes the apartment a real pleasure to come home to. ...Read more
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Additional Location Information
The Georgian market town of Lymington is set on the coast in the beautiful New Forest National Park, between Southampton and Bournemouth. Famous for its sailing history, there are two large marinas filled with fishing boats and yachts, as well as two sailing clubs. The townâ€™s narrow streets are lined with pretty period cottages and houses, as well as plenty of local pubs and restaurants.
Lymington High Street has several independent shops and designer boutiques, as well as a local market held each Saturday which dates back to the 13th century. At the bottom of the High Street, a cobbled road leads down to the Old Town Quay, which is still used by a number of commercial fishing boats. There is often a chance to buy fresh fish on the waterfront. From here you can take a stroll along the waters edge and soak up the atmosphere of this renowned sailing resort.
Our apartment provides a great opportunity to stay in a unique, desirable and attractive property in the best part of Lymington. It offers all the convenience of the lively High Street yet it does not suffer from noise issues.
Restaurants and supermarkets can be found in the immediate vicinity. The harbour is a five minute walk away. Parks, an open air swimming pool and leisure centre are located close by.
The location gives easy access to the delightful towns, villages and wildlife of The New Forest. Brockenhurst train station (direct line to Waterloo) is one stop from Lymington Town Station.
Here's a taster of the many attractions in the area:
Lymington Sea Water Baths: sea water baths open daily to swimmers from May to September. Children's paddling pool and sandpit also available
Yarmouth Castle (4 miles away): take a ferry trip from Lymington across to the Isle of Wight and see the remains of a C16th coastal fort as well as a wonderful picnic spot, historic Yarmouth exhibition and a C16th shipwreck
Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum (New Milton, 5 miles away). This spectacular motorcycle museum houses over 350 rare and classic motorcycles, many being the only remaining examples in the world.
Breamore Manor House Countryside Museum (near Fordingbridge) with its children's maze and attractions for all the family.
Exbury Gardens (outside Beaulieu): home to a large beautiful garden and steam railway. There are over 20 miles of pathways, three woods and parkland to explore, and surprises lying await behind every corner. There is something to see all year round.
Beaulieu National Motor Museum and Beaulieu Abbey and Beaulieu Palace House (7 miles away): this great family day out heart of the New Forest attraction has something for everyone from motoring to heritage and history to rides. 250 vehicles in the motor museum, living history in Palace house and unlimited rides on the monorail and bus make a day for the whole family
Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary (10 miles away): Spotting deer in the New Forest isn't always easy, but at Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary there is a purpose built viewing platform overlooking a large meadow area where a herd of fallow deer regularly gather.
Burley Deer Park Safari: tractor and trailer rides to see Red Deer in the village of Burley
Puffin Cruises: offer ferry rides and cruises from Lymington Quay. The best trip is an exhilarating surge across the Solent to the Isle of Wight, where the Needles lighthouse and towering chalk stacks loom from the water. They also do a two-hour sunset cruise in high summer
Rockburne Roman Villa (outside Fordingbridge): remains of the largest Roman Villa in the area
Buckler's Hard (outside Beaulieu): a private maritime 18th ship building village. Offers the chance to discover all about how ships were made and launched here using New Forest timber
New Forest Cider: Just outside the beautiful village of Burley. Try the unpasteurised, real cider straight from the barrels,
Setley Ridge Vineyard: vineyard tours and tastings take you from how the grapes are grown through to the wine making process
A regular bus service connects Lymington to surrounding towns.
Bournemouth with its huge stretch of golden sand beaches is a 45 minute drive.
The Isle of Wight is an easy day trip direct on the ferry from Lymington (either as a car or foot passenger).
Central London can be reached by car in 1.5 hours.
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Rural retreats, Waterfront, Beach or lakeside relaxation