Local Area

Lymington is the perfect 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. The surrounding areas include, The New Forest, Milford on Sea, Brockenhurst, Lyndhurst & the Isle of Wight, there is so much to see and do here, you will wonder what to choose first !

Local Attractions

Located in The New Forest, one of the nation’s beautiful national parks, there are many places to visit and activities to participate in within easy reach of Lymignton. Looking out to sea, a trip to the Isle of Wight is only a short ferry ride across the Solent, one of the most active areas of the UK's coastline for many water based sports.

We are more than confident you will find more than enough to keep yourselves occupied with your stay at Wisteria House Bed and Breakfast, please get in touch with us if you would like any more information. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Local Area Gallery

For more information on Lymington and the surrounding areas please use our local websites; they have a wealth of information on local attractions and places to eat and drink.

About Lymington

Lymington rose to economic prominence in the Georgian period. The wealth was based on the production of salt in the salt pans west of the town. It is now a pleasant resort for visitors to the New Forest. It is the town that connects the New Forest to the Solent as well as the Isle of Wight. It has a long maritime history as a boat building town and as an exporter of salt. It is now a major yachting centre.

The town boasts an ancient Charter Market which is still running every Saturday selling everything from ironmongery to fruit. The High Street has a variety of shops and boutiques. On the picturesque Quay Hill there are shops of all kinds. There are many friendly pubs. Day boat trips operate from the Quay in the summer. Ferries to the Isle of Wight can be accessed by rail from the Station. In the summer there are also open topped buses which offer tours of the forest. The whole area is great for cycling and walking. Via the Solent Way you can access the hamlet of Keyhaven and then on to the beaches of Milford-on-Sea or the historic Hurst Castle.