Lymore Orchard

Lymington, Hampshire

Suitible for: 2 Humans icon 2 Humans
Suitible for: 4 Dogs icon 4 Dogs
Suitible for: undefined Babies welcome icon Babies welcome

  • Enclosed garden
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Why we love it

A stay in a beautiful little fenced kingdom near the Isle of Wight. Get lost in doing nothing, or run wild doing everything on offer nearby. Come home to a luxurious hot tub...

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Trying out the doggy shampoo provided under the outdoor tap
  • Being king or queen of the enclosed garden
  • Exploring the many coastal walks with their owners

Humans will love

  • Being a 15 minute walk from the coast
  • Making use of the two bikes provided
  • Melting into bubbly bliss in the hot tub

The place

Tucked away in Milford on Sea, Lymore Orchard is an enviable 15-minute walk from the sea and contained within its very own fenced kingdom. The cabin is a spacious getaway for two (and a four-legged friend) — with plenty of room to relax in the wood-clad surroundings. You run the risk of losing time here, disappearing into a book, cooking something fancy or just listening to birdcall out on the deck with a mug or glass of something. When night falls, trot a few steps with your dog in tow to the firepit, and kick back for a few hours — getting mesmerised by the lick of flames, and talking into the night. If you’re in the mood to loosen the muscles, pop into the hot tub, and sky watch for stars. With plenty of countryside walks on the cards, the coast in easy reach, and a number of dog-friendly pubs nearby, your dog will love this as much as you.


  • 1x Double room


  • Shampoo, body wash and hand soap
  • Dishwasher powder
  • Iron and ironing board

Living and relaxing

  • Wood-fired hot tub
  • Dining area with table and seating for two
  • Lounge with sofa
  • Wifi
  • Smart TV with Netflix
  • Smart speaker
  • Board games and books
  • TV in bedroom
  • BBQ
  • Outdoor firepit with seating for two
  • Outdoor dining with seating for two

Cooking and dining

  • Personalised welcome hamper with local treats such as granola, yoghurt, eggs, butter, fresh bread and croissants
  • Kitchen including fridge/freezer, induction hob, oven and dishwasher
  • Nespresso machine (pods included)
  • Cooking basics supplied - tea, coffee, orange juice, glass bottles of still and sparkling water

For the dog

  • Treats
  • Indoor mat
  • Toy
  • Dog bowls
  • Dog shampoo
  • Biodegradable poo bags

Booking information

  • Check in 1500
  • Check out 1000
  • £10 per dog per stay
  • Cot and highchair provided on request

Optional extras

  • Firewood for the hot tub is an additional £30 paid direct to the owner. Extra firewood is £10 per bag
  • Basic gym equipment available on request
  • Laundry service available on request

You should know

  • No dogs on the sofa or the bed please!
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In the neighbourhood

  • You’re just a 15-minute stroll from Milford-on-Sea, which has more than enough for a day out exploring. It’s right on the coast with a long stretch of sand for walks with the dog, with no restrictions. If you’re after some food, Ray’s Italian allows dogs in certain parts of the restaurant and they also do takeaway. Alternatively, head to the Smuggler’s Inn, The Lazy Lion, or the Beach House Restaurant & Hotel, where you can also receive a warm welcome with dogs
  • A 12-minute drive away is Lymington, where there’s both The White Hart and The Chequers Inn, both dog friendly. Whilst you’re there, you can explore Hurt Castle, which allows well-behaved dogs on leads – and you might even get to meet the two ‘castle dogs’, Poppy and Lily. It’s worth also checking out the Keyhaven Marsh walk, which is around three miles and often has many birds, sometimes rare varieties, swirling above you
  • If it’s walks you want, it’s walks you’ll get. This area is ideal for long coastal walks, and places to stretch your dog’s legs. Your first choice should be Solent Way, which spans 60 miles of footpath. It’s mostly coastal, with some inland diversions, and has incredible views of the sea strait that separates the mainland from the Isle of Wight. Whilst you’re in Milford-on-Sea, you could explore the LNR, a 51-acre nature reserve, which has ancient woodland and grassland that your dog will love to sniff around in!
  • If you want to head a little further out, a great place to start is the Isle of Wight itself. Wightlink Ferries would be thrilled to take you and your dog on over, and there’s no charge for your dog! Take your hound over to The Needles Headland and Tennyson Down to explore. There are soaring white cliffs, dramatic scenery and fresh coastal air by the bucketful which makes it a great day out
  • Take the 14-minute drive out to Chewton Bunny for a very scenic walk from Highcliffe Beach (some seasonal restrictions for dogs) all the way to Chewton Bunny Waterfall. Once a secret pathway for smugglers to sneak contraband in from the coast, it’s now a beautiful little nature reserve on the edge of the New Forest
  • No one can resist the pull of the sea, and you’re in luck. So close to the coast, there’s a number of different beaches that you could visit in the local area. Take the 25-minute drive over to Avon Beach and you’ll be rewarded with one of the best dog-friendly beaches in Hampshire, with the whole of Christchurch and Highcliffe to retire back to for lunch or dinner to refuel. If not Avon Beach, there’s still Highcliffe, and Southbourne beach to explore, though be sure to check out seasonal restrictions
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