sway1Nestling in the Southern edge of the New Forest, four miles from the coast at Lymington, Sway is a shining example of a quiet but thriving village community, renowned for its friendliness and offering a good range of shops, services, pubs, restaurants and accommodation

Sway Towers are of significant architectural interest, and are among the most striking landmarks of Southern England. Judge Andrew Peterson retired to the village of Sway in the 1880s after a career in the Indian legal system. He was in awe of the towers he had seen constructed in India from mud and cement, and decided to build his own tower.

Here you are in the midst of the forest and walks and rides abound.