A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Wisteria. We have four comfortable bedrooms in a characterful Georgian building in Lymington’s St Thomas Street. Our bedrooms are individually decorated and are named after local doctors who used it in its former existence as a surgery
A large double bedroom with a large en-suite bathroom and dressing room.Read more
A good sized, bright double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.Read more
A medium sized double/twin bedroom with wood panelled en-suite bathroom.Read more
A ground floor, easy access double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.Read more
Lymington is the ideal spot from which to visit the New Forest National Park. Lymington has an attractive Georgian High Street boasting a lively Saturday market and a picturesque quay. Nearby too are the beaches of Milford-on-Sea and the Solent Way coastal walk. As we are in the middle of The New Forest, on the edge of the Solent and within easy reach of the Isle of Wight you will find more than enough to keep yourselves occupied, but the best way to find out is to come and see for yourself.
Lymington has a selection of independent shops and designer boutiques, and hosts a Saturday market. The high street is the heart of Lymington, running from the 13th Century St Thomas' Church to the cobblestone Quay Road, which leads to the Old Town Quay where you can still find a small fleet of commercial fishing boats.
Lymington harbour is an attractive estuary two miles long with the entrance channel lying between salt marshes. It is shared by yachtsmen, fishermen and the Isle of Wight ferry. There are two marinas, the ferry terminal and at the Town Quay room for up to 100 visiting boats within two minutes walk of the town centre.
Situated just off England's south coast and less than 30 minutes from Lymington via the Isle of Wight Ferry, the UK's holiday island and dinosaur capital of Great Britain, the Isle of Wight is the perfect destination at any time of year.