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Lymington Lodge

(Ref. 1109837)

Lymington, Hampshire Show on map

4.4

Sykes rating

  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets No

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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7 Customer Reviews

  • "Location: excellent, in lovely grounds, great for sitting out in suitable weather, easy parking, ideal for walking out to the lagoons for birdwatching etc 1."

    The woodburner: WARNING This is a health hazard. During wind in the "wrong" direction soot from the fire blows back through poorly sealed burner doors into the whole studio. On this occasion it was extreme filling the whole accommodation with acrid sooty smoke. The owners stated this happens if it is windy. They are clearly aware, there are no instructions on its use . A shrug of the shoulders by the owner is insufficient response. All of our belongings now have to be washed or wiped down as the smell is intolerable. A previous review states the blowback of smoke so they are aware as admitted. We could not tolerate this as it made my eyes swell and smart. We had to vacate halfway through our stay as the room state was unhealthy. It is difficult to get through ventilation due to the blackouts on the south side windows.There will be dangerous fumes always entering the room. This is carcinogenic. 2. There is no sprinkler system, fire alarm or CO monitor in such an enclosed studio space which should be mandatory. 3. The provision of 6 large books of Playboy by the bed together with walls covered in family pictures of breastfeeding, pregnancy ultrasound scans, baby feet, and general family children in swim costumes are also inappropriate. Such personal items should not be in a public rented space. 4.The Sofa needs replacing. 5. Insufficient utensils and dishes for self catering. 7. There are two large dogs in the grounds. The owner did bring them to introduce us & they are lovely but as dogs make me anxious I would have appreciated forewarning. Sykes do not inspect properties after an initial visit.

    Reviewed by Gail2.5Jan 2024

  • "I would not normally consider a property in the grounds of the owners home."

    However, the Lodge was tempting and did not disappoint. The grounds were beautiful and the owners very considerate. The area is lovely with great walks from the door. The sea wall walk, accessed through the nature reserve, is a must. Takes you to Lymington, with outstanding views across the Solent. Local pubs good for lunch. Owners have provided a useful map. The kitchen in the property is nice and good for light meals in the evening. The wet room is amazing and bed very comfortable. We found the sofa not very comfortable but the armchair was. Loved the paintings and the books by Aimee Durnell which we did read from cover to cover. This is an interesting and unique property, well worth a visit.

    Thank You for your lovely comments and happy you had a good time in the Lodge - Hope to see you again ! Property Owner

    Reviewed by Debra4.7Oct 2023

  • "We have enjoyed a very relaxing stay in your beautifully appointed Lodge set in very well maintained grounds."

    The local lanes provide excellent walking trails ( especially to the Fisherman's Rest pub ).. Special thanks to Mr Sham for his help and unfailing courtesy. We will definitely return. Tricia & Mike

    So good that you enjoyed your stay. Thank you for your kind message, which I know will mean a lot to Mr Sham and all who work on keeping the Lodge and grounds as as fine as they should be. We all look forward to your return. Thanks again. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Michael5.0May 2023

  • "Nice location, very quite, good for a relaxing break from the bustle of everyday life."

    Thanks for choosing Lymington Lodge Best Wishes Amanda Property Owner

    Reviewed by David5.0Feb 2023

  • "A lovely little lodge, perfect for a couple."

    Full of family pics and art but adds to the individual style of the place. The wood burner is lovely but hold back on how much wood you throw on as it more than generously heats that room! We used it as a base to explore the New Forest on our gravel bikes (riding is amazing!). Would recommend Woods Cyclery for some of the best coffee I've ever tasted, The Limewood if you'd like more of a treat for supper. We also had some good seafood at The Fishermans Rest which is in walking distance. The Sea Wall right in front of the gates is also a really lovely walk. Would return for sure!

    Thanks for your lovely words and choosing Lymington Lodge Best Wishes Amanda Property Owner

    Reviewed by Kathryn5.0Feb 2023

  • "Lovely weekend stay in February on our own (we usually take our dog)."

    The lodge is perfect for a couple, very peaceful, wonderful walks straight from the door to the sea. It was very warm and cosy perfect for a winter break, I can imagine that it would be too hot in the summer nights as you only have the doors that open in the living space. Needs a little more lighting over the kitchen area which I noted other guests had suggested in the guest book. A welcome pack of milk etc might be nice touch although plenty of sugar, coffee and tea bags were provided. Swap the coffee machine for a microwave. Overall a lovely stay, a much needed short break in a beautiful area. Thank you.

    Thanks for your feedback - we have added lighting over the kitchen and your idea of a microwave . Thanks for choosing Lymington Lodge Amanda Property Owner

    Reviewed by Jayne4.1Feb 2023

  • "We loved the lodge."

    The only thing that needs attention is the log burner. One of the glass panels is broken and during the very windy weather during our stay gusts would blow smoke through the hole and into the room. The location was excellent, the peace and quiet superb.

    Thanks for your feedback the log burner has a new glass . Best Wishes Amanda Property Owner

    Reviewed by Barry4.4Jan 2023

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Summary

  • Single-storey
  • Studio layout with super-king-size bed, kitchen, dining and sitting area with woodburning stove
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, hand-held shower, basin and WC
  • Electric central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher
  • TV with Freeview, WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Decking with furniture
  • Secure bike storage
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Solent coastal area 0.1 miles
  • Shop 1.4 miles, pub 0.6 miles, Eight Acre Pond 0.2 miles
  • Please note that this property is on the grounds of a working family home

The property

Nestled on the outskirts of Lymington in the grounds of Kingfisher is this spacious, single storey lodge, Lymington Lodge.

Wonderfully appointed, Lymington Lodge provides a romantic bolthole for couples looking to explore the Hampshire region, well-positioned near the shoreline and a hub of amenities.

200 yards /180 meters from the sea wall where you can walk into Lymington or to Keyhaven. Internally, the lodge is comprised of a studio layout with open-plan living space; the kitchen boasts a contemporary finish with sleek integrated units to assist in home-cooking, whilst a sofa, armchair, and TV rest beside the woodburning stove for those cosy film nights.

Appreciate a romantic dinner at the dining table before enjoying a gin and tonic on the decking and taking in the tranquil garden setting.

Begin your evening routine in the spacious walk-in shower, featuring a rainfall and hand-held attachment, before drying off and unwinding in the generous super-king-size bed. If you can tear yourself away from this idyllic abode, explore your local surroundings where you will be spoilt for choice for things to see and do.

Amble through the streets of Lymington and you can expect to find several boutique and independent shops, ideal for purchasing a gift to take home, along with a plethora of fine eateries ranging from cafés to gastro pubs and fine dining restaurants, so there is something to suit all tastes and wallets!

From here, you can even join the 60-mile stretch of Solent Way, which runs through the SSSI area and nature reserve, a haven for birdwatchers, enjoying the area by foot or by cycle, possible to reach the likes of Keyhaven for further coastal villages and vistas. Those seeking a bit of outdoor therapy can explore the beautiful New Forest National Park, home to miles of walking and cycling routes amidst scenic landscapes, plus there’s plenty of birdlife and wildlife to spot!

If adventure takes you further afield, why not catch a ferry to the little island of Isle of Wight, boasting glorious beaches and seafront promenades for a sunny afternoon, along with historical landmarks and several pretty villages to visit.

If you’re after a relaxing base in the South of England, consider Lymington Lodge.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location

LYMINGTON

Lyndhurst 9 miles; Christchurch 12 miles; Southampton 18 miles.

The charming market town of Lymington is situated on the west bank of the Lymington River at the western end of The Solent, at the southern edge of the New Forest National Park. As well as being a favoured sailing resort, there are also regular ferry links to the Isle of Wight. The town boasts an array of interesting boutiques and craft shops, or you can treat yourselves to a meal at one of the numerous local restaurants. Lymington is surrounded by an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, from the heathlands and ancient woodlands of the New Forest to the coastal nature reserves which extend for 5 miles culminating in the shingle spit which is home to Hurst Castle, built in 1554 by Henry VIII. Lymington provides an excellent touring base from which to explore the New Forest, the Isle of Wight and the Hampshire coast.

Please note that this property is on the grounds of a working family home.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas