Waterfront House is located in the Hythe Heritage Area with its mixture of Georgian, Victorian and contemporary buildings and situated on the Waterfront itself with commanding views onto Southampton Water and the Pier

It is within a few minutes walk of the village which has all local amenities, a good mixture of shops and a Waitrose Supermarket

The property address is: Waterfront House, 19, Sir Christopher Court, Hythe, Southampton, SO45 6JR.

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In the area is a wide variety of local pubs, restaurants and inns whether you are in the Village, the Marina or the Forest, Hythe being known as the village where the Forest meets the Sea.

There is a public slipway on the Marina which is free of charge and suitable for launching dinghies and small powerboats. See www.mdlmarinas.co.uk/mdl-hythe-guide/ for visitor details to the marina which has a beautiful Broad Walk directly opposite one of the cruise terminals.

The New Forest is less than 3 miles away where you can either walk free of hindrance from traffic or comfortably cycle on the gravel tracks. Bicycle hire is available either in Hythe or the many other New Forest villages. Most hire shops will also have maps.

At the shingle/sandy beaches of Calshot and Lepe which are about 6 miles away you can swim or sailboard, and at Calshot you can also canoe


Within the area are a number of famous Gardens and Stately Homes such as Exbury (famous for rhododendrons and azaleas) or Beaulieu Motor Museum and Palace, both being within a 4 mile radius.See sites such as www.exbury.co.uk or www.beaulieu.co.uk

In the Waterside and Hythe area there are also facilities for other activities such as golf, indoor swimming/sauna, horse riding, track cycling and indoor rock climbing. See www.nfdc.gov.uk or www.calshot.com

Hythe has reputedly the oldest working pier train, operating on a narrow gauge railway to take passengers to the head of the pier where the Hythe Ferry, plying between Southampton and Hythe, docks

Travelling further afield Southampton is 15 minutes away on the ferry, the Isle of Wight 15 minutes by Hydrofoil or 45minutes by Car Ferry from Southampton or Bournemouth, with its fine sandy beaches and Wave Machine, only 50 minutes drive. Other interesting places to visit are the Spinnaker Tower and Navel Memorabilia at Portsmouth, cathedrals at Winchester and Salisbury and all the villages and townships within and surrounding the New Forest (Lymington, Lyndhurst, Burley, Ringwood, Milford-on-Sea, Romsey etc)