King's Saltern road, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 3QD
Overlooking the dramatic South Coast sea and sandwiched between two yacht clubs, The Mayflower is an ideal retreat for those looking for a peaceful break away from it all with all the modern conveniences of a city stay. Come for the exquisite fresh cuisine, sumptuous accommodation and warm hospitality.
Each of our six maritime themed rooms are finished to the highest standard and feature a unique detail, whether it’s a view of the sea, a Victorian-style rolltop bath in the bedroom or a private balcony. Let the stresses of your day melt away as you slip into a hot bath, breathe in the fresh sea air and finally rest your head on our sumptuous bedding.
We pride ourselves on our commitment to fresh, locally sourced British ingredients. Our seasonal menus change regularly and celebrate the bounty of flavoursome produce available to us from the South Coast and Hampshire countryside.
The Mayflower also has a Restaurant:
The Mayflower is part of the following Travel Ideas:
"The Mayflower in Lymington was the childhood home of the English first-class cricketer Christopher Allen whose parents ran it from 1964. The pub is located close to the Royal Lymington Yacht Club and Lymington Sea Water Baths. It is instantly recognisable as one of those distinctive early twentieth-century attempts to build in a Tudor style using brick and concrete to simulate half timbering. It opened in 1923 but has recently been renovated and painted with an arresting blue-grey palette that brings out the colour of the old bricks beautifully.
Inside, the bar acts as a focal point for lots of cozy eating areas. This space has been well thought-out and furnished with books and maritime memorabilia. Upstairs are six bedrooms, all with a nautical theme and with retro features like roll-top baths and reconditioned dial telephones.
This is a pleasant hotel to visit at any time but it’s particularly well-placed if you are intending to sail on the Solent or catch the Isle of Wight ferry.
As ever the name of the pub has a story attached. It is not named after the ship on which the Pilgrim Fathers sailed from nearby Plymouth but after the original radio beacon ship, anchored in the Solent that was responsible for beaming the very first radio signal to the Isle of Wight."
The Mayflower is part of the following Travel Ideas based on location:
"Hampshire is a county known to fly somewhat under the radar. Adjacent to Dorset with its beautiful beaches; and Sussex, which contains one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the whole of the UK in Brighton, some might think that Hampshire has nothing to offer. This article will beg to differ and begin to explore some of the best spots, sights and attractions that are an absolute must for anyone wishing to visit the county."
Information on The Mayflower , King's Saltern road , Lymington
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Types of room: 3double & 3 Twin/double
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted
Romantic Details: Victorian roll-top bath in two of our bedrooms, picturesque coastline
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: No
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