Located in the historic New Forest National park.
Perfect for rambling, cycling and horse riding
Set in over 219 sq. miles of woodland and heathland, the New Forest dates back to 1079 when the then King of England, William the Conqueror, designated the area as his personal hunting grounds. Today, it’s one of the most beautiful places to escape to for a few days.
Close to Lymington
Just a couple of minute’s drive, or a short cycle into the historic Georgian market town of Lymington, making it a great destination for locals or tourists alike.
Isle of Wight
We’re also blessed with over 40 miles of coastline and the Isle of Wight ferry is on our doorstep. We are perfectly positioned if you’re taking a trip across to the ‘island’ and in need for refreshment!
‘Things to do’ near The Walhampton Arms:
– Cycling, walking or horse-riding in the forest
– Solent Way Walk
– Lymington Sea Water Baths
– St Barbe Museum – history of the local area
– Lymington and Keyhaven Marshes to see the wildlife
– Hurst Castle, Milford on Sea
– Trip to Isle of Wight
– Visits to nearby towns of Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst
– Beaulieu’s National Motor Museum
They will drop off bikes to hire at The Walhampton Arms, provide maps of the area and then pick up the bikes when you have finished with them.
Bar opening times
Monday – Saturday: 11:30am - 10pm
Sunday: 11:30am - 9pm
Breakfast is served:
Monday-Friday: 7.30am - 9am
Saturday & Sunday: 8.30am - 10am
Monday – Saturday: 12pm - 3:00pm / 6pm - 8:30pm
Sunday: Carvery - 12pm - 3pm / Main menu 6pm - 8:00pm
The Walhampton Arms
Check in for overnight guests is 4pm and checkout 10am.
Note: The reception for the accommodation closes between 3pm and 5:30pm, in line with the pub, however guests are still able to check in, you will receive an email in the morning of your stay, informing you of your room number (applicable Monday – Sunday)