Sway is a New Forest village close to New Milton. Its location makes the village perfect for walkers, horse riders and cyclists. The village is best known for Sway Tower, also known locally as Peterson’s Folly - the tallest non-reinforced concrete in the world. The rolling countryside surrounding the village is featured in the well-known book 'Children of the New Forest', written by Captain Marryatt. Sway is connected to outlying areas by a railway link that runs between Bournemouth and London, and is within easy reach of the larger New Forest towns of Lymington and Brockenhurst.
If you're thinking of basing your next forest holiday in Sway, take a look at our full collection of Sway holiday cottages and self-catering accommodation above.