New Forest Bed and Breakfast

Everton, Lymington, Milford on Sea and the New Forest

Harts Lodge Bed and Breakfast is located in the quiet village of Everton, there is a great local pub within 1/2 a mile which is noted for its home cooking and real Ales, and there are numerous restaurants and pubs to discover in nearby Lymington and Milford on Sea.

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Lymington has a wonderful traditional Saturday market which spreads down the High Street with a variety of stalls ranging from antiques to fresh baked cakes and lots of unique shops to discover. Lymington harbour has a quay, marina and a huge sea-water swimming pool, which is open all summer, and a bandstand with regular Sunday entertainment. St. Barbes museum is well worth a visit as you can learn more about the smuggling history, the salt marshes and the influences of sailing on the town.

Lymington Quay Lymington Salt Marshes and the Solent way

Situated 3 miles south west of Lymington, Milford-on-Sea is an old English village with fantastic sea views. The village has a fine selection of pubs, restaurants and gift shops including some antique shops for the treasure hunters, events are regularly held here on the village green and there is a lovely walk out to Hurst Castle along the shingle beach.

Regular ferries run from Keyhaven and Lymington to Yarmouth. In addition boat trips can be taken to Hurst Castle from Keyhaven, or you can enjoy a fishing trip or a high speed Rib adventure if you want to enjoy more of the Solent.

Hurst castle

The New Forest National Park stretches away to the north and is just a few minutes drive.  Keen walkers have the choice of forest, heathland or cliff walks with dramatic scenery all around. The New Forest is the largest unenclosed area in Southern Britain. There are 93,000 acres of wild open heathland and ancient forest. The area is home to a wide variety of wildlife and domestic animals - donkeys, pigs and cattle are allowed to roam freely along with the famous wild ponies. The New Forest is an outstanding recreational park for walking, riding (bikes or horses), bird watching and generally enjoying the the wide range of wildlife, trees and plants.

 New Forest Woodland New Forest Ponies

For those with more time, day trips can be taken to Winchester and Salisbury Cathedrals and  Stonehenge.  National Trust properties, Kingston Lacy, Mottisfont Abbey and others are within easy reach. Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle on the Isle of Wight are also easily reached via the Isle of Wight ferry from Lymington.

For more information about places to visit around the New Forest visit Explore the New Forest's web site.


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