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Cheap Hotels in Milford On Sea

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Lymington Road, Milford-on-Sea
0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £108
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

Hotels in Milford On Sea

With the New Forest less than five miles away and the Solent lapping at its shore, Milford on Sea is a town with the best that Hampshire has to offer. Book a Milford on Sea hotel with us and discover a truly delightful part of the country.

Hurst Castle

Built by Henry VIII, Hurst Castle was an important artillery fortress and was used to detain 17th-century captives. To get there you can walk along Hurst Spit, which is about three miles long, or, take a boat from Keyhaven, which is less than a mile away. From the castle you'll have incredible view across the Solent

Take a hike

The walk to the castle is a special event in itself but there are plenty of other trails to follow. The Solent Way is a nine mile trek that takes you along the sea wall to Lymington. Or, in the opposite direction, walk along the coast to Barton on Sea, roughly three miles away.

Take a bike

Another great way to experience the Hampshire countryside and coast is by bike. Cycle the Solent Way via a nature reserve or take to the New Forest where you'll have 100 miles of cycle routes that take you through stunning scenery and pretty villages. The paths range from 2 to 21 miles so whether you're new to cycling or a seasoned rider, there's something for you. There are plenty of inviting pubs to stop at too.

Take a boat

With the Solent at your disposal, there's a lot of scope for boat trips. Visit the neighbouring towns of Lymington and Keyhaven or even take a trip to the Isle of Wight, only a 40 minute journey. And for an adrenaline boost, take an RIB (Rigid InflaSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION Boat) for a dash to the Isle of Wight, while taking in views of Hurst Castle and the island forts of Albert and Victoria.

Eating and drinking

Naturally, the town's proximity to the sea means there's always seafood on offer. The Verveine Fishmarket Restaurant pledges to use "the best, freshest ingredients from the land and sea." They even have their own in-house fishmongers and deli. No seaside town is complete without its fish and chip shop and Mr Pink's is a popular haunt among locals and visitors alike. La Perle offers rustic Gallic cuisine and The Raft promises 'bistro chic' and pizza, steak, fish and more. The town has eateries serving Indian, Thai, vegetarian food too.

The Cave is an independent shop and bar that serves coffee and nibbles. They serve and sell wine and beer from all over the world, as well as craft English ales and even premium gins. They also hold wine and beer tasting sessions.

Shopping in and around Milford on Sea

You'll find lots of boutique shops and traditional stores selling things such as local arts, crafts and jewellery, ladies fashion and antiques. There are also supermarkets, newsagents, pharmacies, a butcher's and a fruit and vegeSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION shop.

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