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6 rooms from $137 per night

“Smart pub with rooms close to Lymington's marina. Six individually designed rooms, all with a cool nautical theme & one with private balcony. A friendly, laid back vibe leads to convivial evenings dining on delicious locally sourced, seasonal fare. A great base for exploring the coast or New Forest.”

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“Smart pub with rooms close to Lymington's marina. Six individually designed rooms, all with a cool nautical theme & one with private balcony. A friendly, laid back vibe leads to convivial evenings dining on delicious locally sourced, seasonal fare. A great base for exploring the coast or New Forest.”

Hotel Overview

“The latest jewel in the Epicurean Collection's crown is The Mayflower, recently opened in a quiet area of Lymington, near the Marina and opposite the Town Sailing Club. The theme is most definitely nautical with yacht prints adorning public spaces and bedroom walls, and the six bedrooms are all named after famous historical yachts. These rooms are smartly fitted out with white nautical look furniture, tongue and groove headboards, writing desks, old-style alarm clocks and retro black telephones. Romantics should book Maybird, which has a bathtub in the bay window with plenty of room for two. All rooms come equipped with Nespresso coffee machines (fresh milk is delivered morning and evening), Bramley bath products and Egytian linen on the beds. For light sleepers, or those who want an early night we'd recommend one of the rooms at the front, as on warm evenings the rear beer garden can be noisy. Dining is either in the bar/restaurant or outdoor on the terrace when the weather allows. The food and drink are both locally sourced and the aim is to create dishes reflecting the mix of both coast and New Forest. The menu changes seasonally (but look out for the daily changing specials board). The Mayflower is the perfect base for exploring this yachties paradise with its myriad of boutiques and restaurants, and for those who want to explore further afield the New Forest is on the doorstep and the Isle of Wight a short ferry ride away.”

Recommended for
  • Local exploring
  • Whether you're a yachtie or land lubber, there's plenty in the surrounding area to keep everyone happy.
 

Written by Malcolm Orr-Ewing

Facilities

  • Wifi
  • Free wifi
  • Safe
  • Bar
  • Outdoor dining
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Restaurant
  • Garden
  • Beer garden to the rear

Activities

  • Sailing
  • Charter a boat and enjoy a day's sailing off the South Coast
  • Birdwatching
  • Britain's largest colony of Black headed gulls can be found in the North Solent Nature Reserve
  • Great walks
  • Plenty of good walking in the New Forest
  • Cycling
  • Sights nearby
  • Motor mueum at Beaulieu, plus gardens at Exbury and Furzey
  • Riding
  • In the New Forest

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6 rooms from $137 per night

Hotel Overview

Recommended for
  • Local exploring
  • Whether you're a yachtie or land lubber, there's plenty in the surrounding area to keep everyone happy.
Activities
  • Riding
  • In the New Forest
  • Sailing
  • Charter a boat and enjoy a day's sailing off the South Coast
  • Birdwatching
  • Britain's largest colony of Black headed gulls can be found in the North Solent Nature Reserve
  • Great walks
  • Plenty of good walking in the New Forest
  • Cycling
  • Sights nearby
  • Motor mueum at Beaulieu, plus gardens at Exbury and Furzey
Other highlights
  • Free wifi
  • Views
  • Lovely coastal views
  • Less £
  • Traditional
  • Restaurant
  • In/by a Nature Reserve
  • The North Solent Nature Reserve is very close by
  • Inn
  • Beach nearby
  • Full of character

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