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Lytton Lawn Touring Park
This park is set in 8 acres of land close to the South Coast and The New Forest. There are premier pitches with hard standing, water and drainage as well as standard pitches – both types have 10amp mains hook-up.
Pets are allowed, with a maximum number of two per pitch, and there is also a motorhome service point and Wi-Fi available at an extra charge. The park has undergone some developments to improve the already high quality offered and more work is due to be done.
There are a few facilities on site but guests can use the extensive leisure facilities at Shorefield Country Park just over 2miles away where there is also Beauty Therapy and hairdressing for which there is an extra charge.
From 4th February 2011 to 2nd January 2012 (Hardstanding Premier pitches only November – February).
Costs (as at 11/04/2011):
Nightly costs: from £12.00 per night in low season on a serviced pitch.
Maximum pitch occupancy is six persons excluding children under 2 years. Pitch price includes use of leisure and entertainment facilities at Shorefield Country Park
Please contact the park for up-to-date information.
Eat and Drink:
Food is served in the bar and restaurant at Shorefield Country Park, there are lots of places to eat in nearby Milford-on-Sea or Lymington and try the Rose Garden Centre for Cream Teas.
The New Forest for walking and picnics. For the adventurous there are some fabulous walks from Milford-on-Sea www3.hants.gov.uk/walking
Walk or take a boat trip to Hurst Castle, or visit Beaulieu Motor Museum. www.beaulieu.co.uk
Paultons Family Theme Park, featuring new for 2011 Peppa Pig World.
You could be adventurous and go to the Isle of Wight for the day from Lymington ferry terminal.
Directions to site:
From Lymington, take A 337 signposted New Milton and Christchurch, then Milford-on-Sea. In Everton turn left onto B3058 Lymington Road, signposted Keyhaven and Milford-on-Sea. Lytton Lawn is signposted, turn left into Lymore lane and follow brown signs for site.
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Attractive countryside views from some pitches
Childrens play area
Many pitches can accomodate large units
The reception shop has all the essentials you could need
Mature trees are dotted around the site
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