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Hotels in Lymington

Elmers Court Country Club & Suites
Lymington
Hampshire

SO41 5ZB | View map
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Located on the stunning Solent Coast, this New Forest hotel is only 15 minutes' walk from the nearby town of Lymington. Set in a manor house dating from 1820 and surrounded by 23 acres of private grounds, the Macdonald Elmers Court Hotel & Resort is the ideal venue for a leisure break. Swim in the indoor or seasonal outdoor pool, book in for a spa treatment, and dine in the elegant Waterford Restaurant or the more informal Sails Bar & Brasserie. The hotel is perfectly positioned to enjoy the sights & sounds of the New Forest. Explore picturesque Brockenhurst, Lyndhurst, and the many attractions of the area; Beaulieuís Motor Museum, Bucklerís Hard and Paultonís Park. Further afield you can take in the sights of Bournemouth, historic Southampton and the Isle of Wight is a short sail away.

Spa packages are available at this hotel. They can only be booked by telephone as we have to call the hotel at time of booking to arrange suitable treatment times and ensure availability.

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