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View Ofsted scores and reports for Lymington and the surrounding area HERE.
Lymington has a population of 15,000 as measured in the 2011 You.Gov census.
Lymington is 22 minutes from the M27 motorway with routes to Southampton, Chichester and Brighton as well as the M3 to London and the M25. To the west Bournemouth is 43 minutes by car. The town has two train stations and London can be reached in 2 hours. Lymington ferries run to the Isle of Wight.
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Once the furniture is in place and glasses have been raised, you can get your bearings and check out the best Lymington has to offer. Here’s our top picks;
Not that anyone needs more reasons to move to stunning Lymington but the presence of the amazing Beachcomber Gin certainly helps. Yes, locally made gin!!
Picking the best restaurant in Lymington is like trying to pick your favourite child but Deep Blue Fish & Chips really are hard to beat and arguably the finest friers in Hampshire!
If you’re looking for a local piece that really does capture the magic of Lymington, the Coastal Gallery feature work by the best local artists.
You’ll find the top designer names in this fabulous independent perfumery. Whether it’s a gift for someone special or to make you feel special it’s an absolute treat.
Sitting on the edge of the New Forest and famed for its sailing, Lymington often plays host to the world’s largest sailing events, races and regattas. Events take place every Thursday evening through the summer months and can involve over 100 boats. It is very much a nautical town with three harbours and industry and shops dedicated to racing and pleasure craft.
Independent shops are at the heart of Lymington life and the locals went into battle to prevent Wetherspoons from opening a branch (although the national chain won in the end and opened one branch).
The town’s history dates back to the Iron Age, it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book as ‘Lentune’ and a town museum shines a light on Lymington’s colourful past.
Lymington has plenty to sea and do (sea what we did there?). Pleasure boats are available to hire for those that don’t have their own boat in one of the three harbours. There’s an open-air swimming pool as well as a more conventional covered pool, nine-hole golf course, museum, art gallery, rowing club, sports centre, bowling greens, tennis courts, skate park and a small cinema/theatre.
A number of festivals and events fill Lymington’s calendar, many of which relate to the town’s maritime roots.
A ferry port for the Isle of Wight, Lymington is just 22 minutes from the M27 with routes to the M3 and M25 as well as east to Chichester and Brighton. Christchurch and Bournemouth lie directly west and there are two train stations with trains to London taking 2 hours.