Telephone: 01590 642186
8 High Street, Milford on Sea, Hampshire, SO41 0QD
The historic Bay Trees Five Star Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of the village of Milford-on-Sea, on the edge of the New Forest National Park and within 5 minutes walk of the sea.
To check availability for your chosen dates either contact Mark or Sarah on 01590 642186; send us an e mail by clicking on the 'Contact Us' button above; or to request a reservation, click on the 'Book Online' button.
The Bay Trees is a beautifully restored 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 an award-winning 5* luxury B & B.
Guests are welcome to relax on the covered terrace or in the beautiful gardens featuring mature borders, shrubs, an ornamental pond and many trees leading down to the Danestream beyond.
The Bay Trees is also home to Jasper the Golden Cocker Spaniel; George the Yellow Labrador and five beautifully coloured hens who provide breakfast eggs!
Due to the age of the building access for the disabled is limited. Click on the link below to view our Access Statement or talk to us about any queries you may have.
Mark and Sarah look forward to welcoming you and hope that you will enjoy your stay.
The ancient Village of Millford and its Mill were recorded in the Doomsday Book. Found on the coast between the New Forest and the Sea 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.
Mark and Sarah have researched the long and fascinating history of the house and its residents. Many interesting documents and old photographs have been assembled for guests to browse over during their stay. Click here for a view of the Bay Trees History
To avoid disappointment, the booking of Restaurants in Milford is always advisable whatever the season or day of the week. A list of all the places to eat can be found on the village web site