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The unique nature of this area is that the coast and forest are both on the doorstep combined with the High Street of the stylish town of Lymington only a couple of minutes away with its bustling shops and harbour. Lymington is a beautiful town with cobbled streets leading down to the Quay, three marinas, beautiful nature reserve and a great range of coffee shops, restaurants and bars. It is situated central to the New Forest National Park with it abundance of wildlife.

There is also a frequent ferry service from the Lymington Ferry Terminal to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight (20mins crossing) as well as exceptional coastal walks overlooking the Island and Solent area. It is ideal for both ramblers and for those of us who enjoy restaurants and shopping!

The New Forest is an area of outstanding beauty with open countryside freely inhabited by ponies, cattle and donkeys. As a national park, the whole area is open for visitors to enjoy. Within the park are the quaint towns of Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst, Beaulieu and Burley all worth a visit. There are numerous attractions in the forest that offer all types of activities for most types of taste. The obvious attraction that most people will come to the forest for is the outstanding natural beauty and wildlife, however there is so much more to see and do in the forest that you may have to stay a little longer than you originally thought!

New Forest Trees New Forest Ponies Lymington Harbour