If you haven’t yet heard of the quaint, colourful Georgian town of Lymington know it is a bustling place with much to see and do. Many aim to come and stay to explore the surroundings. The best way to do this is by booking a bed and breakfast Lymington visitors already love. During your stay you can spend time in the New Forest just next door. However, the town itself is something to not miss.
A wonderful market town
The high street is well known for its market days every Saturday; making it the busiest time for the town. The stalls range from antiques to local food produce, enough to keep you occupied for your visit. Furthermore, the area has a plethora of shops, some unique to the town and others more familiar to most. Thankfully, if you need a break from the general hustle there’s loads of restaurants, pubs and cafes to relax in; allowing you to try the local pleasures, especially the fine brews.
The town has many unique cobbled streets; a number of which lead down to the quay side. The town is an ideal seaside spot, enabling all to enjoy the widely available boat and fishing trips. Keeping this in mind, there is also the chance to see further past the town at Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight via ferry.
Touching upon the history of the town; you will have the opportunity of experiencing historic Roman Seawater Baths. These are especially popular with visitors, and on hot summer days are only a short walk from the quay side. Along with this, there are sailing classes available for budding sailors. Alternatively, go fishing along the Beaulieu River or for a swim in the local swimming baths.
Lastly, the New Forest is just next door with many of the local trails leading to and from it; you can’t really avoid the picturesque area. A wide range of activities are available, from walking and cycling to climbing and horse riding.
If you struggle in your search for a bed and breakfast Lymington, keep Harvest House in mind. Our B&B is situated in close to the town, therefore making it ideal for accessing only the best activities and sights. If you would like further information, please contact us today.