Amberwood B&B, Lymington
Amberwood B&B is located in an ideal location to explore Lymington. We are just an easy walk away from the Georgian town centre, which is home to a bustling Saturday market, has numerous pubs, restarants and cafes for you to enjoy, unqiue boutiques and independent stores and a delightful cobbled street leading to the old town Quay.
From Lymington you can take a walk along the Solent way all the way to Keyhaven, enjoying a lovely nature reserve, full of wildlife and a bird watchers delight.
From Lymington Quay you can take a boat trip to the Isle of Wight, enjoy a mini cruise to the Needles and from the Marinas you can hire a yacht or a speed boat if you fancy a day of adventure on the Solent.
Lymington's St Barbe Museum is a nationally recognised museum and art gallery which is able to give you an insight into the local area and you can discover the history of the salt marshes and learn about the smugglers of Lymington.
Lymington has its own branch line station, Amberwood is about 25 minute walk from the station, if you choose to come without a car, and as well as some amazing local walks, Lymington has cycle hire facilities located on the High Street.
Discover the New Forest
There are lots of fantastic places to visit within the New Forest National Park, and all these popular locations are within easy reach.
- Paultons Park and Peppa Pig World
- National Motor Museum at Beaulieu
- New Forest Cider
- Sammy Millers Motorcycle Museum
- New Forest Museum at Lyndhurst
- Bucklers Hard Maritime Village
- Hythe Pier Railway - the oldest in the UK
- English Heritage Hurst Castle
- Moors Valley Country Park
- New Forest Wildlife Park
- Liberty's Otter and Owl Sanctuary
- New Forest Water Park
- Isle of Wight, ferries available from Lymington
- Southampton, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Salisbury are all within an easy drive.
The New Forest cover 566 square kilometers, there are delightful villages to discover, thatched cottages and tea rooms to explore. There are miles of walks to enjoy, the opportunity to see wild New Forest Ponies and Deer who roam the New Forest, cycle tracks to follow and lots of opportunties to try horse riding, kayaking and other adventure sports.