If you favour a quirky, bijoux holiday house then this little home from home with all mod cons will suit you. The Snug is a Victorian English Heritage Grade II listed property and has recently been refurbished throughout to offer a comfortable and well equipped holiday home for up to 4 people.
The Snug is arranged over 3 floors and the delightful sunny courtyard has the original Privy now converted to a Laundry Room with washing machine and tumble dryer.
The ground floor comprises a cosy lounge with comfortable seating for 4 guests and a folding dining table and chairs. The Kitchen is very well equipped for those wishing to cook at home and includes a gas hob, electric oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, Tassimo coffee maker and dishwasher.
Stairs lead to the first floor bedroom with king sized bed and good sized warm bathroom with freestanding bath and rain shower over.
A further staircase leads to the second floor bedroom with king sized bed.
Please Note: in keeping with the age of this property, the stairs are narrow and fairly steep and some may need to "duck" for doorways. We welcome children but recommend they should be 5 years and over.
Good quality high thread count linen is provided on both beds and luxury fluffy towels. Please bring your own beach towels.
The Snug has a secluded, sunny courtyard with table and chairs for outside dining.
Parking for the property is close-by in long-stay car parks. We are happy to offer the use of a long-stay parking permit to provide you with free parking in approximately 30 car parks throughout the New Forest District during your stay. Lymington has a train station for those wishing to leave their car at home.
The Snug is situated in a bustling location opposite Waitrose Supermarket and just a short walk from all the amenities Lymington High Street has to offer. Shopping includes a Marks and Spencer Food Hall just 5 minutes walk away and a Tesco supermarket further up the High Street. There are independent stores, restaurants, take-a-ways, pubs and bars. Enjoy Lymington market on Saturday, the Charter was first granted in the 13th century. This is the largest Street Market in the New Forest and runs every Saturday from 8:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Lymington Quay can be found at the bottom of the high street following the cobbled street down to the water front with its two Marinas and two Sailing Clubs. Enjoy an ice cream or buy some fresh seafood while watching the world go by! Boat trips around the Solent can be purchased here. Just across the Marina is the Wightlink ferry sailing to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight frequently throughout the day. Unique to Lymington are the Sea Water Baths open throughout the summer months,
New Forest National Park is on the doorstep with beautiful ancient forest for horse riding, walking and cycling. Enjoy the New Forest ponies, donkeys, cows and pigs (during pannage season the pigs are allowed to roam the Forest freely to eat the acorns - acorns are really dangerous for ponies and can lead to severe illness).
The nearest beach can be found at Milford on Sea just 4 miles away. From here you can walk the Spit to Hurst Castle built in Henry VIII reign. The views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight and The Needles are worth seeking out.