Two luxurious holiday cottages in the heart of Lymington, a historic quayside town in the New Forest National Park.

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These pretty holiday cottages in Lymington were originally a group of grain stores, sheds and a storage barn attached to a property fronting the High Street. After many years and many changes they have become two small but rather perfect bijou holiday cottages in a courtyard setting. Everything has been designed by owner and interior designer Jane McIntyre and has been custom built to a luxurious and stylish standand. 

 

The New Forest National Park is only minutes away and is one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest, where wild ponies, cows, donkeys, pigs and deer roam freely - and where you can too!

 

Lymington is a pretty Georgian coastal town on the southern edge of the New Forest, famous for sailing with its three international marinas and its rich history of smuggling. Lymington High Street is the venue for a well-known street-market every Saturday morning, selling everything from local fine foods to craftwork and antiques. It offers an extensive range of shops, some very familiar and others as unique and individual as the town itself. There are many cafés, restaurants and pubs in which to relax and unwind.The town's most beautiful feature is the ancient cobbled street that leads down to the pretty main quay area, popular with visitors who wish to sit, relax and watch the world sail by.

 

Boat trips around the Solent can be taken from the quayside and private sailing, motor-boating and fishing trips may be arranged at short notice. For those wishing to adventure further afield, Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight is reached by ferry in only 35 minutes, and caters for both foot passengers and cars. 

 

You will not be disappointed by what Lymington has to offer and we just know you will love our little New Forest holiday cottages.