The Bay Trees in Milford on Sea is a 17th Century Grade II Listed house and has formerly been a Poor House, a Bank, a Drapers Shop, a Tea Shop and a Restaurant. It is now a thriving B & B.
Guests are welcome to use the beautiful gardens and covered terrace, featuring mature borders, shrubs an ornamental pond and many trees, which lead down to the Danestream beyond. If you wish to see our 'access statement' we will happily send a copy by e mail.
The village of Milford on Sea lies at the start of the Solent Way just 4 miles from the Georgian market town of Lymington with its wide range of individual shops, famous Saturday Street Market and ferry services to the Isle of Wight.
So if it is shopping, walking in the New Forest on the coast, visiting friends or relatives, bird watching, fishing or a dip in the sea that you are looking for – you wont have far to go to find it.
Mark and Sarah look forward to welcoming you.