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Set in 8 acres of glorious, peaceful parkland Lytton Lawn Touring Park has a great reputation for offering a tranquil and relaxing rural retreat that everyone in the family will enjoy. It's not only warm welcome and fantastic park setting which makes visitors return year on year - surrounding coast and countryside along this part of England's stunnign south coast is spectacular and boasts some of the most scenic coastal walks in the county. There are also fabulous towns to discover such as Highcliffe, Mudeford, Christchurch and Bournemouth, all of which are just a short drive away.
Another advantage of this park is that it is situated just a mile inland from the pretty village of Milford-on-Sea with its quaint shops, village green, gorgeous seafront and gently shelving beach. The park is also within walking distance of the picturesque harbour of Keyhaven, within easy reach of the Isle of Wight ferry terminal in nearby Lymington and the New Forest.
Guests can choose hardstanding or grass pitches on this tranquil park, all of which come with electric hook-up as standard. Pitch prices at Lytton Lawn Touring Park include free use of the leisure and entertainment facilities at the nearby sister site, Shorefield Country Park. Please ask the staff on Reception for the beautiful woodland cycle route for the scenic travel route for getting here!
Well behaved dogs are permitted at Lytton Lawn, proided they are kept on a lead whilst on the park.
· Children’s outdoor play area
· Large recreation field
· Games room
· Wi-Fi access
· Covered washing up and food preparation area
· Free showers and toilet block
· Calor Gas exchange service
· Chemical toilet emptying facilities
· Motorhome chemical disposal point
· Warden supervision
· Ice block hire
Guests staying at Lytton Lawn receive complimentary passes to access the facilities at Shorefield Country Park, which is just over two miles away. Facilities here include nightly entertainment, indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gym.
|Season (10 Feb 2022 - 5 Jan 2023)|
* The park is open from 10th February to 5th January. We regret that we have made the difficult decision to remain temporarily closed to holidaymakers throughout December until the new 2021 season.
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