Just two minutes' walk to the pretty harbour, Britannia House has been welcoming visitors to Lymington since 1865 when it was the Britannia Commercial Hotel. These days it runs as a B&B operation and has been transformed into a welcoming, homely place to stay. A cosy sitting room complete with period furniture, swagged curtains and a marble fireplace sets the tone and the 5 bedrooms are individually decorated to a very high standard. What better way to be woken up than by the sound of the clinking yachts in the harbour. You're just a stone's throw from the bustling shops and cafes of the town and quay, and five minutes in the car from the beautiful New Forest. Parking, by the way, is unrestricted and unlimited.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Britannia House?
Choose from 5 stylishly decorated en-suite bedrooms each with its own unique theme. One has a Greek column, a classical statue, artwork and a window overlooking the courtyard garden; another has a decorative canopy over a king-sized bed.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Lymington area?
A range of pubs, restaurants, and stores can be found at the Historic Lymington. It is located in a unique position alongside The New Forest national park and the Solent and offers easy access to the Island of Wight for coastal walks.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Not only does Britannia House include breakfast with your stay, but they have teamed up with the nearby restaurant, Elderflower, to offer guests the option to upgrade to Dinner, Bed & Breakfast. You will have the choice of a 5- or 7-course tasting menu with free champagne on arrival. Alternatively, there are many pubs and restaurants in Lymington and the surrounding area. Some are within easy walking distance of the B&B. Three of Britannia Houses recommended are all within 2 minutes walking distance.