Lymington

Lymington is an ancient port at a narrow point in the Solent, connected to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight by ferry. The town’s centre has some cobbled streets, and there is no shortage of picturesque old cottages... Read More

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The Mill at Gordleton

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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Passford House

Passford House

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Passford House Hotel is set in nine acres of picturesque gardens and rolling parkland in the New Forest, close to the Georgian town of Lymington. Passford House offers 55 ... More

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Stanwell Hotel

Stanwell Hotel

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Stanwell House is a privately owned boutique hotel situated in the centre of the picturesque Regency market town of Lymington, one of the south's most attractive and historic locations. Wonderfully ... More

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Britannia House

Britannia House

Nestled in the heart of charming Lymington, two minutes from the historic Quay and harbour, the High Street, its many shops, pubs and restaurants AA 4 star commended Britannia House offers a luxurious and most ... More | Double Room: From £45 | visit website

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Auplands

Auplands
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 | Double Room: From £50 | visit website

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