Have you ever wondered if Lymington is worth a visit??
Lymington has a history that dates back as far as 1086! According to the full article that you can find here, The Saxons arrived in the 6th Century. They founded what we know to be Lymington today as "Limen Tun". The word tun means farm or hamlet. The name "Limen" is believed to be Celtic, meaning elm river or marshy river. Therefore named and known as the marshy river - similar to areas we know and love to be the Lymington Marshes today.
Have you ever wondered what there is to do in Lymington?
For some beautiful coastal walks, you can find some great ones here .
The sea water baths - The Lymington Open Air Sea Water Baths is a lifeguarded open air lido in Lymington, Hampshire, England. Built in 1833, it is the oldest lido in the United Kingdom, and at 110 metres long by 50 metres wide it is also one of the largest in area. The baths reopened in 2010 following a campaign by local people who also completed the baths' refurbishment. (wiki).
Some of our favourite places to eat and drink can be found here.
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