The Monkey House is one of the last standing free houses in the picturesque seaside town of Lymington. A family run restaurant bringing all the elements of the classic British pub which everyone can enjoy; combining home cooked food with cosy log fires, great pub garden and excellent service.
The Robertson family will welcome you with open arms, whether it’s to stay in the bed and breakfast, have a bite to eat, celebrate a special occasion or socialise with some of the colourful personalities who reside in this charming town.
The extremely talented head chef and his team prepare daily specials that will definitely tickle your taste buds, including the famous Sunday Roast.
The Monkey House now offers Lymington bed and breakfast accommodation! The newly renovated bed and breakfast rooms have comfortable beds, large ensuite bathrooms, complimentary toiletries, fresh towels and linen, tea and coffee making facilities, new flat screen televisions, free WiFi, and delicious home cooked breakfasts.
The Monkey House's great location, friendly staff and free parking means you can relax and enjoy all that Lymington has to offer, including the historic quay and marinas, the Georgian high street, sailing and sea wall walks with breathtaking view of the Solent.
The Monkey House is just a 10 minute drive from the beaches at Milford-on-sea and a mere 5 minutes from the New Forest National Park.
While you're parked at the Monkey House (or have walked or cycled there!) why not work up your appetite or take a digestive stroll to go and see LYMINGTON'S IRON AGE FORT AND NEARBY PORT! Buckland Rings is the best preserved "multivallate" hill fort in Hampshire and Dorset. Find out more by reading the article...
Additionally right now there's another reason to visit...an exciting new project based at Buckland Rings, take a look at this article too before you go - history in the making with SPUD Youth.
My friends and I recently had a lovely lunch at The Monkey House the food was superb as usual and even though we arrived with two dogs we were warmly welcomed and had a large roomy table in the main bar area. Our lovely waitress bought a large bowl of water for the dogs and then gave them both treats. So many pubs push you into a dark and dingy corner with dogs but at The Monkey House we couldn't have been made any more welcome. Well done