Pubs & Restaurants in Lymington

Lymington has a excellent selection of places to eat. The historic high street, cobbled town quay lor marinas give you plenty to choose from!

Crown Inn: Old Christchurch Road, Everton, Lymington, SO41 0JJ | Tel: 01590 642655 (Next village to Milford)
Chic contemporary 'gastro pub' with stylish decor. Quality food with extensive menu. Friendly with good service & well worth a visit.

The Mill at Gordleton: Silver Street, Hordle, Lymington SO41 6DJ | Tel 01590 682219 (About 2 miles from Milford)
Once a 17th century water-mill, the hotel boasts an idyllic and tranquil riverside location. Excellent cuisine & menu. Nice to eat afresco next to stream & gardens on summer evening, inside is clasy as well!

Three Bells: Silver Street, Hordle, Lymington, SO41 0FN | Tel: 01425 610265
A Brewers Fayre pub with good wholesome pub grub. Complete refurbishment in 2009.

The Royal Oak: Christchurch Road, Downton, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 0LA | Tel: 01590 642297
Chop & ale house. The restaurant serves a quality british menu using seasonal ingredients.

The Wheel Inn: Sway Road, Pennington, Lymington, SO41 8LJ | Tel: 01590 676122
Traditional daily pub food & Sunday roast. An ever changing specials board, breakfasts and afternoon cream teas. Regular live music & bands.

The White Hart: 17 Milford Road, Pennington, SO41 8DF | Tel: 01590 673495
Pub & Restaurant on the Milford to Lymington road. 200 year old pub with traditional bars & contemporary lounge areas. Varied menu with wide range of quality food with a modern presentation. Light snacks or full meals served.

The Tollhouse Inn: Southampton Road, Buckland, Lymington, SO41 9HA | Tel: 01590 610458
Traditional locals pub on outskirts of Lymington on New Forest road. Extensive, good value & varied menu of freshly prepared traditional pub food and Sunday lunch. Extensively refurbished and relaunched with a new team and menu in January 2013.

The Fusion Inn: Queen Street, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9NG | Tel: 01590 672139
Situated at top of the town centre. Serve a Thai food menu. Sky TV for sports. (Formerly called Black Cat.)

The Thomas Tripp: Stanford Road, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9GF | Tel: 01590 689047
Friendly pub that supports many live bands, acts and DJs. Large stage and serves great food. Many live acts perform 3 times a week. Pub garden.

The Chequers Inn: Ridgeway Lane, Lymington, SO41 8AH | Tel: 01590 673415
Country pub with quality homely food. There is an outside bar in summer in a walled courtyard and enclosed garden. Ideal base for leisurely walk around Lymington salt mashes.

The Fishermans Rest: All Saints Road, Lymington, SO41 8FD | Tel: 01590 678 931
Friendly local pub and restaurant that welcomes locals & the many visitors to Lymington and its marinas. The Fisherman's Rest is a traditional pub and serves an outstanding range of freshly prepared meals.

The Mayflower: Kings Saltern Rd, Lymington, SO41 3QD | Tel: 01590 672170
Close to yacht clubs, & marina with Lymington river views. Contemporary decor & good menu. Nice gardens in summer.

The Haven: Haven Yacht Marina. King Saltern Road, Lymington, SO41 3QD | Tel: 01590 679971
Located in Haven Yacht Marina with a nautical feel & stunning views of the Isle of Wight and the Solent. Outside terrace dining option. Excellent varied menu featuring local fish & meat options. Also serve breakfast.

The Ship Inn: The Quay, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 3AY | Tel: 01590 676903
Great location on the quay with excellent nautical feel interior. Nice terrace to eat outside on nice summers day.

The Angel Inn: 108 High Street, Lymington, SO41 9AP | Tel: 01590 672050
Located in the centre of Lymington, The Angel dates back to the 13th Century when it was a coaching Inn. Featuring a traditional bar, lounge, restaurant and outside patio area. Freshly cooked food served throughout the day.

The Kings Head: 1 Quay Hill, Lymington, SO41 3AR | Tel: 01590 672594
King Charles I is reputed to have patronised this historic coaching inn, with cask ales, housed on 150-year-old stillages. Local Ringwood ales as well as other real ales are served.This traditional pub has a dartboard and Sky TV, and the open brick fireplaces are used in winter. Good wholesome pub food served.

The Kings Arms: St Thomas Street, Lymington, SO41 9NB | Tel: 01590 672594
The Kings Arms is a friendly traditional pub. It offers good food & Sunday lunches, music at the weekends and a warm atmosphere. The pub is noted for its Sunday jazz sessions & live music. There is also bed and breakfast style accommodation.

Lanes of Lymington: Ashley Lane, Lymington, SO41 3RH | Tel: 01590 672777
In the heart of Lymington situated in a former 19th century school building. The Elegantly decorated restaurant and bar serves modern British & European dishes, all created from fresh and locally sourced produce.

The Royal China: Round House, 25a St Thomas Street, Lymington, SO41 9NE | Tel: 01590 678830
Restaurant with Chinese Peking dishes, special Sunday Buffet and takeaway.

Egan's Restaurant: Gosport Street, Lymington, SO41 9BE | Tel: 01590 676165
Sited in a former police station this bistro style restaurant serves fresh food with a good selection of local fish dishes.

The Elderflower Restaurant: 4-5 Quay Street, Lymington, SO41 3AS | Tel: 01590 676908
Something a little different. Independently Andrew Du Bourg owned restaurant. French inspired modern British cuisine with Michelin Star ambitions.

La Primavera Restaurant: 15 St Thomas Street, Lymington, SO41 9NB | Tel: 01590 673425
Authentic Italian dishes cooked from fresh and made to your order.

Stanwell House Seafood Restaurant & Bistro: High Street, Lymington, SO41 9AA | Tel: 01590 677123
Fish for restaurant is sourced almost wholly from local fishermen, fresh caught fish and shellfish are collected in the morning from The Quay, & them presented on the menu. Stanwell House is also a boutique hotel & has a separate Bistro serving a varied menu of brasserie food.