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Tel code: 01590 | code search
Postcode: SO41 | code search
Population: 5000
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Lytton Lawn Touring Park
"Officious and aggressive assistant warden, so called serviced pitches where it was difficult to hook up to water without a very long hose, very specific instructions for setting up but ..." More

Lytton Lawn Touring Park
"Having just returned from a week at Lytton Lawn I can honestly say we won't be going back. We had one of the star pitches but what possessed them to ..." More

South Lawn Hotel
"Good Points: Everything went very smoothly, there was no hassle in arranging it all and the facilities were excellent value - it being the January sale. What more could one ..." More

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Milford-on-Sea is one of the very few remaining coastal villages on the south coast. It still has over 50 listed properties and retains much of its early 20th Century character. Magnificent woodland and cliff top walks immediately on hand and it is only a short drive to the heart of the New Forest. Milford-on-Sea’s extensive coastal path offers spectacular views from the western end of the Isle of Wight, right across Christchurch Bay to the Isle of Purbeck. Linked to Milford-on-Sea’s conservation area are some 14 acres of woodland with a network of footpaths leading to the narrow Danes Stream river which runs parallel to the coast, only a few minutes walk away. There are ample pubs and eating places, plentiful accommodation including B&B, self-catering apartments, chalets, lodges and caravans, and parks for touring caravans as well as inns and 1 to 3 star hotels with traditional character and service. To the south-east is a shingle spit leading to Hurst Castle, which Hentry VIII built to defend the Solent and is now managed by English Heritage. A passenger ferry runs between the castle and the hamlet of Keyhaven with its lively fishing and yachting harbour, sea-wall walks to the birds on the Old Salterns and the historic Gunn Inn. Because of their position, the lack of main road through traffic, the fine Norman Church and old fashioned charm, Milford-on-Sea and Keyhaven are popular destinations for visitors throughout the year. Population 5,000


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Lytton Lawn Touring Park

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Downton Holiday Park Ltd
Lytton Lawn Touring Park


S K Watson


Milford Medical Centre

Holiday Park

Shorefield Country Park


Piccolo Mondo
Rouille Restaurant
South Lawn Hotel


Clarke Of Milford
Needles Eye Cafe
Pollys Pantry
Gates The Butchers
D J Gregory
Braxton Farm Shop
Manor Road Nursery Ltd
The Old Smithy
Indalo Arts

New Seasons
Monk & Son Fishmongers
Mr Pinks

Places to Stay near Milford on Sea

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Westover Hall (0.09 miles)

Westover Hall
This Victorian mansion was built in 1897 for the German industrialist Alexander Siemens without regard to cost and was acknowledged to be the most luxurious residence along the south coast of England.

Today, Westover Hall is ... More | visit website
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South Lawn Hotel (0.84 miles)

South Lawn Hotel

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Nestled within beautifully maintained gardens, the South Lawn Hotel offers comfortable accommodation and award-winning food.

When not relaxing in your room, the spacious lounge area includes a well stocked bar for a ... More

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Bench Cottage & Little Bench (2.75 miles)

Bench Cottage & Little Bench
Lymington - New Forest National Park
2 self catering bungalows

Bench Cottage and Little Bench sleeping 2-4 people plus baby, fully accessible throughout. Lounge/diner has electric riser/ recliner chair, master bedrooms have electric foot and heard ... More | visit website
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Pebble Beach (2.84 miles)

Pebble Beach
Open the door at Pebble Beach and discover a gem of a restaurant in Barton on Sea. Situated on the cliff top with stunning sea views towards the Needles, alfresco dining on our spacious terrace ... More | visit website
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The Mill at Gordleton (2.87 miles)

The Mill at Gordleton

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Condé Nast Johansens Award Winner."Never have I been anywhere where excellence comes so naturally,"a customer commented. We are a small privately owned restaurant with rooms. We have 7 lovely bedrooms ... More

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Wistaria House (3.21 miles)

Wistaria House

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Wistaria, an elegant Georgian town house has been completely and tastefully refurbished from its previous life for the past 62 years as a doctor’s surgery. This grade II listed building and ... More

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The Cliff House Hotel (3.22 miles)

The Cliff House Hotel
Situated in the small costal village of Barton-on-Sea, this unspoilt location is the perfect retreat. The cliff top boasts unrivalled panoramic views, taking in The Needles and Christchurch bay, stretching across to the Purbecks. ... More | visit website
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Auplands (3.24 miles)

A very warm welcome awaits you at this delightful period house, situated a few minutes walk from the main High Street and just a stroll further on to the Old Town Quay and Marinas. ... More | visit website

Jevington B&B (3.44 miles)

Jevington B&B

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Ian and June extend a warm welcome to their ideally situated B&B, set in a quiet lane yet only a few hundred yards away, walk through the marina to some ... More

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Chewton Glen (3.52 miles)

Chewton Glen

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Chewton Glen, probably the best combination of country house grandeur, food and spa facilities anywhere in the uk. A five red star hotel on the edge of the New Forest and ... More | visit website

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