Wistaria House

St Thomas Street, Lymington, SO41 9NE, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Lymington

13th Century church

by colin_bramso

If you're interested in history, visit the 13th Century Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, at the top of the High Street.
As with most churches in the UK, the wall plaques, headstones and so on tell lots of individual stories.

Picnicking donkeys!

by colin_bramso

Although you're asked not to feed the animals, they will often pester you for food. This mother and baby donkey came to our table at Hatchet Pond as soon as we sat down, knowing from experience that where there's people there's food. They're hard to resist but it's in their own interests that you don't give them any. They get so used to people feeding them that they're attracted to dangerous places like roads, and sadly many of them are killed and injured every year.

A critical element in the...

by Tolik

A critical element in the improvement of the defences of the south coast by Henry VIII was the protection of the Solent, for this stretch of water gave access to the important ports of Portsmouth and Southampton. Calshot Castle was strategically situated to provide their protection. Calshot was sited on a shingle spit close to the deep water channel at the mouth of Southampton Water. Although one of the smaller of Henry VIII's forts, its three-storey keep and outer curtain wall nevertheless gave it full command of its position.

Recreation Centre

by thisisbanane

The Rec is actually in Pennington, and has recently been totally refurbished.

They have a pool, large sports halls, a brand new gym and facilities for indoor and outdoor games. You can hire raquets, balls, shuttlecocks, etc.

They even sell a few swimming costumes and goggles if you have forgotten to bring them. (Otherwise try the shops on the quay, Elmer's Court or Shorefields in Milford).

Sea Water Baths

by thisisbanane

This water in this pool is supplied by the sea, making it pretty environmentally friendly! There is a changing room, sun loungers and a paddling pool. You can also hire a kayak or a little rowing boat in an enclosed part of the pool.

There was talk of turning into a car park, but this seems to have been stopped, so the pool is still there. There are lifeguards and a small kiosk selling snacks so all you need is a swimsuit and towel. You might want to take beach shoes as the floor of the pool is stony and there are often little crabs!


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Address: St Thomas Street, Lymington, SO41 9NE, United Kingdom