Leyland Country House

Undershore Road, Lymington, SO41 5QA, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Lymington

Historic Quay Hill

by colin_bramso

This is a small area, but one you must visit. I love this very old part of town. Ancient cottages, Georgian houses, cobbled street - you can picture the old smugglers who used to land their contraband fom Europe in this area.
It's at the bottom of the main street and leads down to the waterfront and marina, past interesting little shops, restaurants and it has a pub at either end.

Outside Lymington

by colin_bramso

In between Lymington and Beaulieu in the New Forest is one of our favourite places, Hatchet Pond. It's a large pond which the animals use as a watering hole, so you'll see plenty of ponies, often herds of cattle and many types of birds. It has some picnic tables, a car park and plenty of picnic spots.
For a relaxing few hours on a warm sunny day, it's as good as anywhere!

Hurst Castle is situated at...

by Tolik

Hurst Castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit which extends 1½ miles from Milford-on-Sea. The end of the spit, only ¾ mile from the Isle of Wight, was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544. Charles I was imprisoned here in 1648 before being taken to London to his trial and execution.
The castle was modernized during the Napoleonic wars and again in the 1860’s when the enormous armored wings was constructed. Two of the huge 38 ton guns installed in the 1870's can still be viewed in their casemates. During World War II, Hurst was manned with coastal gun batteries and searchlights.

Visit St. Barbe Museum and Art...

by Tolik

Visit St. Barbe Museum and Art Gallery. The area has seen a thriving salt industry, smugglers landing their illegal cargoes on the coast, and has a long tradition of innovative boat building. The museum's aim is to capture the unique flavor of life in the district and to bring first class art exhibitions into the town.

Regattas

by thisisbanane

Lymington regattas are always fun, with a huge range of age groups competing. You can generally find a crewing space on dinghies, keelboats or yachts.

A lot of the regattas are only for members, but there are open events throughout the year, such as the Cadet and Oppie opens, and the summer regatta. The junior regatta in August is also a good summer activity for under-18s. A boat! Try the crewing register on the Royal Lymington website or the Yachts and Yachting website

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Address: Undershore Road, Lymington, SO41 5QA, United Kingdom