Buckland Manor Luxury Bed and Breakfast is a period country house within 20 minutes of Lymington dating from the 16th century with a splendid Georgian and Victorian rooms.
Buckland Manor lies in countryside just outside, but within walking distance of, the attractive Georgian town of Lymington, on the edge of the New Forest National Park. The Manor dates back to the 13th century but the house itself to the 15th century.
Lymington has a Saturday market which was founded in the 13th century. It has good transport links; with a train station under two hours from London, good bus services and a ferry terminal serving the Isle of Wight.
The historic New Forest is the former hunting ground of William the Conqueror, where you can see ponies, cattle and donkeys, and if you are lucky, deer, all roaming freely.
Lymington has a proud sailing tradition with two marinas and is just along the coast from the traditional seaside resort of Bournemouth. There are good beaches at nearby Milford on sea.
The world famous National Motor Museum is only seven miles away on the Beaulieu Estate, where you can also enjoy a visit to Beaulieu Abbey and nearby Exbury Gardens.