• 1 Local businesses at the 2018 New Forest Show
  • 2 Lymington.com at the Lymington Seafood Festival
  • 3 The Bosun's Chair: a relaxing lunch in the wonderful garden
  • 4 Curious Arts Festival 2018 Lymington.com Review
  • 5 This August, Transition Lymington challenge us to reap the rewards
  • 6 The Haven Restaurant Lymington - a fabulous lunch
  • 7 A taste of Thailand in the New Forest
  • 8 Sunshine and laughter at Lymington's 2018 Carnival!
  • Local businesses at the 2018 New Forest Show

    Local businesses on show at the 2018 New Forest Show

    Hot, hotter and huge crowds, for this year’s extreme weather show!

    new forest show 2018  ATKINSON 800 This year’s top spectator attractions were gigantic: in the main rings the amazing Ben Atkinson with his team of horses and brave stunt ridersand the Mounted Hunter games both enthralled and delighted the crowds.

    Fabulous Shire horses on show at the 2018 New Forest Show

    Meanwhile close to the Forestry Commission corner the Shire horses resplendently turned out enjoyed their own in hand classes, a spectacle in their own right allowing the public to get up really close to these magnificent creatures.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Lymington.com at the Lymington Seafood Festival

    Meet the Lymington.com team this weekend at the Lymington Seafood Festival

    Fingers crossed the weather stays mainly dry for this weekend's second annual Lymington Seafood Festival, with its fabulous line up of food, cookery demonstrations and talks, and live music all weekend.

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    Lots of local businesses for you to meet

    Along with the food and drink stalls lining the perimeter of the Festival within Bath Road and Lymington River (what a fabulous setting!), many local businesses will be there to meet you.  They have all contributed to making the Festival possible so please do stop and have a chat with

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  • The Bosun's Chair: a relaxing lunch in the wonderful garden

    The Bosun's Chair: a relaxing lunch in the wonderful garden

    Excellent pub food served with a warm welcome in Lymington's calming oasis

    On a gloriously sunny day we escaped the hustle and bustle of Lymington's High Street for lunch in the calming garden at the Bosun's Chair. Close your eyes for a moment and imagine a spacious and serene oasis, fragrant with lavendar and peaceful save for the distant hum of bumble bees.

    Bosuns Chair garden Lymington Lymington is well known for pubs - it once had as many as forty in its heyday as a bustling port - but few centrally located eateries can match

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  • Curious Arts Festival 2018 Lymington.com Review

    Curious Arts Festival 2018 - Lymington.com Review 

    Nationally acclaimed New Forest festival now firmly on the annual festival calendar

    Five years since its creation by London based curators Patrick Keogh and Clare Conville the Curious Arts Festival is now firmly on the map of British Festivals. The Curious Arts Festival 2018 Thanks to the hospitality of Lord and Lady Teynham who own the Pylewell Estate this magical rural waterside setting with views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight now takes on an “other world” dimension for three amazing days every July. If you keep thinking about it but haven't experienced it yet, just to

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  • This August, Transition Lymington challenge us to reap the rewards

    Transition Lymington challenge us to reap the rewards

    Lymington 2020 Vision - Month 4: Reap the Rewards

    This August as a part of their 2020 Vision, Transition Lymington challenge us to reap the rewards - grow your own, make your own, pick your own... take a look at the inspiring ideas below.

    2020 Vision was launched by Transition Lymington in May 2018, with the objective of reminding ourselves why we love Lymington and what we can do to help enjoy it and protect it, making a sustainable community for the future. In May the challenge was to observe and interact with our

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  • The Haven Restaurant Lymington - a fabulous lunch

    The Haven Restaurant Lymington - a fabulous lunch

    Top Lymington river and sea view accompanied by delicious dining and first rate service.

    The Haven Bar and Restaurant exterior view 600x400 A first class lunch served in style to our table in a divine setting looking out over the Lymington River and across the Solent to the Isle of Wight, what more could one ask for on a beautiful summer’s day?

    We had the choice of the ‘Terrace Menu’, sitting out in the sunshine (or in the shade) on the stylish terrace, a sandwich menu or a more substantial set of options in the restaurant itself – in our case at

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  • A taste of Thailand in the New Forest

    A taste of Thailand in the New Forest

    Enjoy Thai tapas on the lawn this summer at Careys Manor 

    Careys Manor thai tapas Lemongrass, coriander, coconut and lime: the fresh, vibrant flavours and colours of Thai food are just perfect for summer.

    Thai chefs at the luxury Careys Manor Hotel in the New Forest create wonderfully imaginative menus at the hotel’s Zen Garden restaurant – and they are inviting everyone to discover the exotic flavours of Thailand this summer.

    A selection of Thai tapas will be served to both local residents and hotel guests on the lawns in front of the hotel from now until

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  • Sunshine and laughter at Lymington's 2018 Carnival!

    Sunshine and laughter at Lymington's 2018 Carnival!

    Crowds lined Lymington's streets to cheer the Carnival floats in glorious sunshine

    Carnival fever hit Lymington on Sunday 15 July 2018! The theme for this year's procession was TV Shows and the effort made by all participants was thoroughly appreciated by the cheering crowds. Despite being another very hot day, the procession was full of smiles and laughter (and a few weary brows by the time they had completed their lap of the town!

    Here are a few photos of the day, kindly shared with us by William Bonnett, Steve Elson and Bill

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Learn about massage and skincare at SenSpa in the New Forest.

A new series of workshops at Carey's Manor's luxury Thai SenSpa for 2018.


Hydrotherapy suite SenSpa New ForestSenSpa, the luxury Thai spa at the heart of the New Forest National Park, has launched a series of new workshops for 2018. For many, a good massage and a facial with luxurious, gorgeously-scented skincare products are essential to a relaxing spa visit – and now SenSpa therapists are enabling guests to take that feel-good feeling away with them by giving them the skills to practice massage and good skincare regimes in their own homes.

The workshops will tell you everything you need to know about the massages you want to perform and the best products for your skin type. Afterwards, all workshop guests will be able to slip into a comfortable robe, enjoy an energising smoothie, and soak away their stresses in the beautiful hydrotherapy pool. Massages demonstrated range from traditional Thai massage to a relaxing ayurvedic head massage, and skincare workshops will focus on the Willow, Eminence and SenSpa ranges.

Discover Eminence Skincare Workshop – 26 February, 6pm

A SenSpa therapist will explain how to perform a facial using Eminence organic skincare products, and help you maintain and nurture beautiful skin at home.
The evening costs £25 per person and includes a freshly-made smoothie, an introduction to Eminence Organic Skincare and how to perform a facial, and use of the spa facilities after the workshop.

Learn Thai Massage Workshop – 26 March, 6pm

Discover the ancient techniques of Thai massage with an exciting demonstration, which shows how to stretch the muscles through gentle, rhythmic manipulation, relieving the body of stress, aches and pains. The evening costs £25 per person and includes a freshly-made smoothie, an introduction to massage and massage demonstration, and use of the spa facilities after the workshop.

Discover Willow Skincare Workshop – 23 April, 6pm

The Barbary Fig Miracle range from Willow Organic Beauty has been developed by cosmetic chemists, herbalists, aromatherapists and spa experts to protect the skin from free radicals and environment damage. With more vitamin E, antioxidants and essential fatty acids than Argan oil, this wonder ingredient deeply hydrates the skin and replenishes it with essential vitamins. The evening costs £25 per person and includes a freshly-made smoothie, a mini Willow facial, one-to-one skincare consultation, and use of the spa facilities after the workshop.

Head Massage workshop at Careys Manor SenSpaLearn Ayurvedic Head Massage Workshop – 21 May, 6pm

A head massage using traditional Ayurvedic techniques will promote restful sleep, relieve stress and calm the mind. There will be a demonstration showing guests how to perfect Ayurveda and Reiki techniques to encourage relaxation and restore the energy balance throughout the body. The evening costs £25 per person and includes a freshly-made smoothie, an introduction to head massage and massage demonstration, and use of the spa facilities after the workshop.

An Introduction to the Power of Massage Workshop – 18 June, 6pm

A presentation on the benefits of massage and massage techniques will be followed by the demonstration of a back, neck and shoulder massage. Participants will be able to try the routine for themselves with the guidance of SenSpa’s expert therapists. The evening costs £25 per person and includes a freshly-made smoothie, an introduction to massage and massage demonstration and use of the spa facilities after the workshop.

Discover SenSpa Skincare Workshop – 16 July, 6pm

Discover the benefits of SenSpa’s skincare range and how luxurious botanical ingredients such as edelweiss, Rhodolia Rosea and gardenia help the skin age healthily and beautifully, before learning how to perform a facial. The evening costs £25 per person and includes a freshly-made smoothie, an introduction to the SenSpa skincare range and how to perform a facial, and use of the spa facilities after the workshop.


SENSPA AT CAREYS MANOR - FITNESS AND RELAXATION IN THE HEART OF THE NEW FOREST

"Why fly to Thailand? Lose the spa miles and go to the New Forest instead. The authentic Thai influence sets SenSpa apart from other spas." - The Good Spa Guide

SenSpa is one of the finest Health Club facilities in the New Forest, boasting unrivalled members benefits and a luxury Thai Spa. Spa Membership includes the Health Club facilities (including 14m Ozone Swimming Pool, Gymnasium and Thai Temple Studio) and the 5* Spa facilities, which include the large Hydrotherapy Complex with Hydrotherapy Pool, Herbal Sauna, Crystal Steam room, Laconicum, Tepidarium Experience, Showers, Ice room and Relaxation room.

Located at the historic country house hotel, Careys Manor, in the heart of the New Forest National Park, spa therapy and nature therapy combine to offer unrivalled spa breaks and spa days to leave your body glowing, your mind renewed and your soul soothed. Membership, spa days and spa breaks available.

Winner of a number of awards including the 2015 ‘Best Spa in the South East’ Award.

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