Lymington Self Catering Leyland Country House
Leyland Country House provides luxurious and peaceful bed and breakfast B&B and self-catering accommodation on the outskirts of Lymington in the New Forest National Park in Hampshire, UK.
The estate is spread over 2 acres and is within walking distance of the town centre and the Isle of Wight Ferry, yet sits in a delightful rural location. Leyland offers luxury B and B in Lymington with spacious en-suite or private bathroom accommodation in three bedrooms and in the luxurious barn and a beautiful cottage.
We have ample off-street private parking for guest's vehicles.
Your host, Liese Cairnes, invites you to spend a truly sumptuous break in her highly contemporary and beautifully designed New Forest bed and breakfast property in Lymington.
We have 2 ground floor detached B and B or self-catering accommodation units ideally suited for guests who are disabled, have limited mobility or have special needs.
Pheasant Cottage is a fabulous New England-styled 2 bed-roomed ground floor cottage, with easy wheelchair access. There are no stairs to negotiate. You can park right outside with direct access on to your very own terrace. Everything is made easy and you can relax and enjoy a well earned rest.
The Barn has a single bedroom and living room with fully fitted kitchen.
Prices for 2 people from £95 per night and 4 people from £120 per night.
We pride ourselves on always doing our utmost to cater for any special dietary requirements, so please do not hesitate to let us know of any preferences which you might have when you make your booking.
Morning papers are always available, together with a selection of current magazines and plenty of local information on ‘what to do’ in the area. If you are in any doubt, Liese will be only too pleased to offer guidance and/or to make reservations on behalf of her guests.
Small well behaved dogs are now welcome to stay in the self catering properties at an extra charge.
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This page was last updated: 24 April 2013