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Lytton Lawn Touring Park

Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire

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Choose from hard standing or grass pitches at Lytton Lawn Touring Park which offers a rural retreat across 8 acres of land. Close to Milford on Sea, you can discover the coastline of Southern England and all of it's lovely towns. You can also catch the ferry to the Isle of Wight from nearby Lymington.

There is an additional option of Eurotent style tents for hire and these are already set up for your arrival.
You will find that the park is friendly and peaceful with a large recreation field for sports and activities, a dog walking area, games room and children's play area. For entertainment and places to eat and drink you can use the facilities at Shorefiled Country Park which is 2.5 miles away.

On site there is a shop / off license which also sells camping equipment. Electric Hook-up is 16amp on hard standing and 10amp on grass pitches and there is also ice block hire, cal or gas exchange, chemical disposal and free wi-fi in the games room.

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Water hook-ups, Drainage hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Accommodations:
135 Touring pitches, 135 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 84 Tent pitches, Serviced pitches (touring)

Lytton Lawn Touring Park (www)

Lymore Lane
Hampshire, South East England
United Kingdom
SO41 0TX
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Devon

4.0 stars

Lytton Lawn is one of the campsites owned by Shorefield and is located near New Milton in Hampshire. We visited it in February 2015, using it as a base for walking in the New Forest.
We booked one of their Premier Pitches which gave us electric hook up as well as our own water and grey water waste. The pitch itself was hard gravel but to access the hook up and tap I had to walk across grass that was very wet underfoot. Also, having used this type of fully serviced pitch previously at other sites, I was surprised that I needed to use a ramp to level the caravan.
Due to the time of year and the number of visitors only one of the two amenities blocks was open. The block in use was what I would consider to be typical camp site and whilst it was not as impressive as some it was always clean. The showers were not overly hot and they were turn on/turn off with no need to keep pushing a button to maintain the flow of water.
There is a small Spar shop in the reception block which opened for an hour and a half in the morning and an hour in the afternoon. This may not sound like long compared to other campsites but bearing in mind the number of visitors this seemed to be enough and I didn’t hear any complaints. We arrived at a time when the shop/reception was closed but even though there was a poster informing us which pitch we had been allocated and a site map with the pitch highlighted this was not necessary as one of the wardens came out of their bungalow to assist us. The wardens were always helpful and cheerful and could be found walking around the site at various times. It was reassuring to bump into one of them late one evening as they did a check of the site.
As a guest at Lytton Lawn you are entitled to use the facilities at other Shorefield sites but as we didn’t I can’t comment on them.
Would we stay here again? If I was looking for a campsite in this area again I would certainly consider it.