The Georgian market town of Lymington sits right on the edge of the New Forest, so it goes without saying that it’s surrounded by some of the country’s prettiest scenery. The town’s location right beside the Solent means it’s the gateway to the Isle of Wight, an ever-busy sailing resort and home to a pair of shimmering marinas that give it a continental air.

Beaulieu National Motor Museum is just a ten minute drive away and with the New Forest right on the doorstep Lymington’s the kind of resort that makes a handy base for those who like to get out and about throughout their holiday.

Cycling The New Forest

The New Forest offers a wide choice of cycling routes so whether you’re a beginner looking for a gentle ride or a more advanced cyclist looking for a spot of adventure, you certainly won’t be disappointed when you arrive. If you aren’t able to bring your own bikes with you on holiday, there are plenty of cycle hire centres throughout...

Thomas Tripp

Thomas Tripp has a reputation for serving food that has visitors returning as soon as they can, and as dogs are welcome too it’s a good choice if you’ve been walking and just need to relax for awhile. The pub has a garden to its rear for those of you who prefer to make the most of a sunny day...
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