Holiday Cottages in Sway
On the southern edge of the forest, four miles from the coast at Lymington, Sway makes the ideal base for a New Forest holiday. This peaceful yet thriving rural village, is renowned for its friendliness, and boasts a good selection of shops, services, pubs and restaurants, as well as a regular train link with Dorset and London.
Sway Tower, known locally as Peterson’s Folly, is one of the most striking landmarks and highest free-standing structures in Southern England. The rolling countryside around Sway provided the backdrop for Captain Marryatt’s novel 'Children of the New Forest'. A holiday cottage in Sway is the perfect base from which to explore abundant walks and rides through picturesque forest and countryside.