Brockenhurst provides over 130 stopping trains a day and is on the mainline from London Waterloo (1 1/2 hours away). For further train details please visit www.southwesttrains.co.uk. Lymington itself has 2 stations, Lymington Town stop for the hotel and town centre and Lymington Pier stop next to the Ferry terminal for the Isle of Wight ferry.
Wightlink Ferries operate frequent services to the Isle of Wight from Lymington. P&O European Ferries operate services to Le Havre, Cherbourg and Bilbao. Brittany Ferries run services to Caen, St Malo and Santander. Wightlink Ferries provide car and passenger services to Fishbourne and Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. Hovertravel operate a passenger service to Ryde. For those travelling to and from Southampton, White Horse Ferries run a ferry service from Southampton to Hythe.
Southampton and Bournemouth International Airports are nearby with routes throughout Europe and further afield. The major London airports, Gatwick and Heathrow, are less than 100 miles away.
Wilts and Dorset, Solent Blue Line and National Express all operate in the area.
From the east, take the first exit off the M27 Westbound, signposted Lyndhurst and New Forest. At the roundabout take the first exit, signposted Cadnam. Bear round to the right and at the roundabout take the third exit, signposted Lyndhurst. Continue forward on the A337, entering Lyndhurst.
Turn left onto the High Street, signposted all traffic routes and through the High Street turn right onto Gosport Lane, A35, signposted Lymington. Keep in the left-hand lane and bear left continuing along Gosport Lane, A337, signposted Lymington. At the T-junction turn left onto Clay Hill, A337, signposted Lymington. Continue along A337, entering Brockenhurst.
Continue over the level crossing, and follow A337 out of Brockenhurst. At Somerfield roundabout continue straight over, entering Lymington. At roundabout take first exit, onto Marsh Lane, and follow. Continue straight over the two mini-roundabouts and follow road to the bottom of Lymington High Street.
Leaving Bournemouth, continue on the Wessex Way, A338 in eastbound direction. Turn off the Wessex Way at unnamed road, signposted Boscombe. At the Cooper Dean roundabout take the third exit onto Castle Lane East, A3060 signposted Lyndhurst. At the traffic lights continue over following A3060. At Iford roundabout take the first exit onto Christchurch Road, A35, signposted Lyndhurst.
Continue along the A35, entering Christchurch. At the roundabout take the second exit onto Barrack Road, A35, signposted Lyndhurst. At Bailey roundabout take the first exit following the A35. At Fountain roundabout take the second exit onto the Christchurch bypass, signposted Lyndhurst. At the Somerford roundabout take the second exit continuing onto Highcliffe Road, A337 and continue. At Hoburne roundabout take second exit continuing along Highcliffe Road through Highcliffe.
At the Milestone roundabout take the second exit onto Lymington Road, A337, and continue forward entering New Milton. At roundabout take second exit following A337, signposted Lymington and entering Downton. Bear left onto Milford Road, continuing along A337, entering Everton. Continue along A337 entering Lymington. Continue in right-hand lane and bear right onto Queen Street at one-way system. Bear left onto the top of Lymington High Street.
From Southampton, follow directions West leaving on the A35, Millbrook Road. Continue along the duel-carriageway over the Millbrook and Westover flyovers. Continue along the A35 and at the Rushington roundabout take the second exit, onto Spicers Hill. At roundabout take the first exit, onto Hunters Hill, following the A35 and entering Ashurst.
Follow A35, entering Lyndhurst, and continue round to the left, Gosport Lane, signposted Lymington. At the T-junction turn left onto Clay Hill, A337, signposted Lymington. Continue along A337, entering Brockenhurst. Continue over the level crossing, and follow A337 out of Brockenhurst. At Somerfield roundabout continue straight over, entering Lymington. At roundabout take first exit, onto Marsh Lane, and follow. Continue straight over the two mini- roundabouts and follow road to the bottom of Lymington High Street.
If you are entering Lymington from Beaulieu or the New Forest you should continue along the bottom of the High Street and follow the road round to the right. Stanwell House is located a short way along on the left hand side. If, however, you are coming in at the top of town (usually from the West and Brockenhurst) then follow the one-way system round to the top of St Thomas’ Street and continue down the High Street where Stanwell House will be found towards the bottom on the right hand side.
Due to its prime location on historic Lymington’s High Street, there are some restrictions on parking which you should consider before arriving. Many of our Guests pull up outside to unload their luggage and valet parking is available on request. There is a car park opposite the hotel which is accessed via Canon Street. Please note it is split into two areas of which one is Long Term and one is Short Term (3 hours Max).
Stanwell House has a small free car park which is on a first come basis and can be accessed from the long stay car park, a Stanwell House map is required to put in the windscreen, to let us know you are a resident parking in the car park, which can be obtained from reception. Please see the map below for details. If you have any problems finding us please do not hesitate to call and we will guide you. Parking on the high street is for 1 hour only and free between 6pm and 10am Sunday – Friday. There is no parking on the high street late on Friday night due to the charter market setting up extremely early on Saturday Morning. No parking is allowed on the high street on Saturday until after 6pm.
Your room will be available from 3.00pm daily. If you require checking in before this we will happily store your luggage until your room is ready to ensure you can make the most of your first day with us.
Check out is at 11.00am daily, if you require a late check out please contact reception who will be able to organise this for you.