The Buttery at Lymington
A coffee house and tea room serving traditional breakfasts, morning coffee, homemade cakes, light lunches and cream teas.
The original BUTTERY was established in Mount Street, London in 1938. Its popularity soon spread due to the fact that the delicious food was always made fresh on the premises. Another BUTTERY followed in Conduit Street, London (next door to the famous Westbury Hotel) and then in both Canterbury and Minehead before the onset of the war. The BUTTERY here in Lymington opened in 1948.
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|Notes||Open 7 days a week from 8h00 to 17h15 Monday - Saturday and 10h to 17h15 on Sunday.
Closed on Christmas day, Boxing day, New Year day.
VenueThe Buttery at Lymington
19-20 High Street, Lymington, SO41 9AD
Map reference: SZ 325955 Lat: 50.75819 Long: -1.54059
On main Brockenhurst to Lymington road, turn left into Marsh Lane. Follow to High Street. The Buttery is on the left, near the bottom.
Accessible by Public Transport : Lymington Town station