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HYTHE, SOUTHAMPTON -  things to know 

 

‘Greentrees’, is situated in the seaside coastal village of Hythe in Hampshire.  Whilst being situated in the New Forest it has its own coast line called 'The Waterside'.  

Within a short 5 minute walk is ‘Hythe Marina’ with its fantastic views across Southampton Water to the vibrant Cruise terminals and City Centre which is easily accessible by a regular ferry service to and from Hythe. 

Also within a 5 minute walk  is Hythe village shopping centre.  Should you choose to drive to the centre, there is ample parking. 

Hythe has an interesting Georgian High Street with a Waitrose, chemist and banks. Tuesdays is the weekly farmers market selling a variety of delicious produce

LOTS TO SEE

Hythe has the oldest pier train in the World.  You can take a ride on this little electric train along Hythe’s historic pier, which is over 130 years old and at the end of the pier, catch the passenger ferry to Southampton past the cruise ships moored at the terminals most days

Eateries abound;  - 'Seashells' restaurant with its spectacular views across Southampton water. 'The Boathouse' which offer menus of a very high standard on the Marina. There is also the 'Thai Corner' Restaurant well known for its quality cuisine and the Amalfi Italian is excellent with fantastic reviews. A local favourite is Philpotts traditional fish and chips on the promenade with its raised boardwalk and there is ample seating to sit and enjoy the scenery

During the Summer months The Open Top Bus taking tours of the New Forest, passes by the front door of 'Greentrees'. Beaulieu  (Motor Museum), Exbury Gardens, Butlers Hard and the New Forest Wildlife Park are all within a 15 minute drive of the house

Hythe market day
Hythe Marina with stunning views
New Forest open top bus travelling through Hythe
New Forest ponies roam free in the New Forest
Cruise ship
Views across Southampton Water towards the cruise terminal
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