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Vacation Rental Price Information in Lymington
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Rental Availability Information in Lymington
Check how busy Lymington is with our availability graph. The week with the least available rentals is in January (1/12 - 1/19), with only 50% of the rentals available. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in November (11/24 - 12/1).
The Weather in Lymington
Find the Lymington climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 35° low. March is the driest month.
Live it up at a vacation home in England's Lymington
Atmospheric and historic Lymington has been a home port for nautical adventurers throughout history. You'll love discovering its unique spaces, friendly locals, and immense natural beauty. Discover a military fortress built by Tudor king Henry VIII, who had eight wives and was responsible for founding Protestantism in the United Kingdom. Or plunge into the diverse water sports and music festivals that keep locals busy throughout the year.
Family life in Lymington
Children will be enraptured by Lymington, where they can try their hand at sailing, surfing, windsurfing, and other water sports in the summer (or winter, if you're hardy). You can fish off the coast, go camping, or explore the Sites of Special Scientific Interest that surround this historic market town.
This is one of the most significant sections of coastline on England's southern shore. The New Forest situated between Lymington and London is renowned for its great natural beauty, to which many make a trip during their stay at a vacation rental in either area. Nearby Southampton is a major town with a huge array of entertainments and shops, and the Isle of Wight is a trendy island with its own distinctive spirit and regular music festivals. It is accessible by ferry and certainly worth the ride.
One of the United Kingdom's premier harbours, Lymington is a key port for mariners traveling to and from France. You can enjoy watching them float silently in and out of these ethereal straits. A full events calendar at the harbour means the local community comes together regularly for atmospheric seasonal happenings.
Tanners Lane Beach
An incredible location for swimming at mid tide, this is one of the most secluded beaches in the area, tucked away behind woods and a gigantic lake. The swathe of sand is also ideal for dog walking and summer picnics or barbecues.
This nature reserve, filled with a diverse array of wetlands including lagoons, reed beds, marshes, and mudflats, is home to an equally diverse range of birds and wildlife. The reserve is spread over 500 acres, and has been protected following its use during the industrial revolution as a center for salt production.
Lymington Open Air Sea Water Baths
The whole family will enjoy these baths, which have been in use since the 18th c. Garnering national interest for their restorative, mineral-enriched mud, the waters at Lymington Baths are believed to have health-giving properties.
English Heritage site Hurst Castle is a truly incomparable seat of history overlooking the stunning Solent, the main trade artery with mainland Europe. Built by wilful but well-loved Henry VIII, this was once one of the most advances artillery strongholds in England. Its commanding walls afford views of the Isle of Wight on a clear day.
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