Lymington Ferry Parking
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Lymington is a port on the west bank of the Lymington River, located in the New Forest district of Hampshire. The Lymington ferry is just a short stroll from the town centre and is a popular departure point for those looking to travel to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. The journey across the Solent to Yarmouth takes just 40 minutes.
There is more to the area than just the port however, and the beautiful countryside and quaint town attract thousands of visitors each year. During peak season the visitors outnumber the locals.
The picturesque township offers quiet streets and a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere. There are lovely cafes and restaurants and plenty of activities for the kids. The sea baths are popular with the youngsters, while adults will enjoy perusing the excellent collection of independent shops. The Saturday market is a highlight and dates back to the 13th century. There is also plenty of history to explore at the St. Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, where you’ll often find exhibitions featuring famous artists.
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There are short and long term pay and display facilities within the Lymington ferry terminal. You can pay for your parking using one of the designated machines (that only accept cards), or pay for up to three days using the RingGo app. Using the app enables you to extend your parking session while you’re away. During peak season parking spaces can be difficult to find, so there is a nearby overflow car park available. There is also a car park next to the harbour, which is perfect for those who are only going on a day trip.
Pay and Display car parking charges are as follows: Up to two hours £2.75. Up to six hours £6.50. Up to 16 hours £8.50. Up to 24 hours £11.00. Evening parking (from 16:00 - 05:00) £6.50.
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There is plenty to see and do in and around Lymington ferry.
Woodside Park & Gardens
If you fancy a stroll and a lovely spot to relax in, look no further than the Woodside Park and Gardens. Let the kids run wild, explore the breathtaking gardens, and stop for a picnic. There are even tennis courts, a skatepark, and outdoor gym equipment if you want to get in a workout.
Historic Town Tours
The area is steeped in history and a town tour is a great way to dip your toes in the area's rich history. Lymington Town Tours offer a range of fascinating walks that take in sights like Donkey Cottage and much more.
Lymington Sea Water Baths
The Sea Water Baths in Lymington are the oldest open air sea water baths in the UK. Opened in 1833, the baths are famous for their health giving properties and are popular with tourists and locals alike.
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The town of Lymington is served by two railway stations; Lymington Pier and Lymington Town. The Lymington line connects with the Waterloo to Weymouth line, where you’ll need to change at Brockenhurst for Lymington Town and Lymington Pier (if you’re heading to the Ferry).
From Southampton and the East exit the M27 J1 and head south along the A337. If you’re coming from the A35, turn south at Lyndhurst and head along the A337.
From Bournemouth and the West, follow the A35 East and then at Christchurch, take the A337 East. Lymington is just 12 miles away.
Once you have arrived in Lymington, follow signs for ‘Isle of Wight Ferries', which will lead you to the terminals.
There are up to 17 return crossings per day from Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight to Lymington.
Disabled Parking in Lymington ferry
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Lymington ferry, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations around Lymington. The closest ones to Lymington ferry are:
- Portsmouth Gunwharf
- Fishbourne, Lymington and Ryde Pier Head ports.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Evening and overnight parking is available at Lymington ferry. Overnight charges are incurred from 16:00 - 05:00 and cost £6.50.
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What is the address of Lymington Ferry?
Undershore Road, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 5SB
Can I travel on the ferry with a pet?
Yes. Wightlink vessels are pet friendly and allow you to bring your pet along for the ride without prior booking. Pets should be secured in a suitable container or restrained appropriately at all times.
How do I check in at the Ferry?
When you arrive, simply show your ticket to a staff member and they will check you in. If you don’t have your ticket available you can quote the booking reference number.
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