Welcome to Rushcroft Farm

Holiday cottages, Bring your horse on holiday, Touring and Camping in the beautiful New Forest National Park

We offer three modern, bright, comfortable self-catering cottages (open all year) giving you the opportunity to relax in luxury whilst enjoying the natural beauty of a farm setting.  We are in a convenient location to explore the surrounding National Park area with great local amenities on your doorstep; Rushcroft Lodge sleeps 2 and the other two barn conversions sleep 4. The light, space, airiness and decor of each, and their individual little private gardens are enchanting and welcoming. 

Rushcroft also provides outstanding accommodation for horses in vast pastures with automatic water provided, and grass, even in the hottest temperatures, negating the need to feed hay. The whole atmosphere is extremely calm, laissez-faire and relaxed.  

The campsite will open 1st April to 1st October 2021, pre booking essential (please see news flash below).  The campsite is separate from the cottages.  If you are looking for an exclusive peaceful site we are the one for you.  With only 9 hardstanding electric pitches and a few camping pitches in a beautiful natural setting of 5 acres bordering the Avon Water, we offer the perfect escape to the country, with the space you need to breath, relax and rejuvenate.  Providing calm and peace with the benefit of local amenities in Sway Village just a short walk from the farm.  Visitors are invited to get away from all the clutter of modern life and experience nature and the great out doors in a convenient and beautiful location.  The nature of the campsite means that social distancing is a way of life here.

Altogether the Farm covers about twenty acres, hidden away in a little corner of the New Forest, minutes from some of the best riding, walking and cycling that the Forest has to offer.   Also only a few minutes walk from Sway village with pubs, cafe, shops and a railway station, great if you are looking for a car free break.

News Flash: 

Our campsite will open on 1st April 2021 to units with their own toilet/shower facilities only.  During the Covid pandemic our own toilet and shower facilities will be closed but our chemical and grey water waste points remain functional along with drinking water and outside wash up areas.  The pitches are hardstanding with electric hook up in The Paddock or Oak Tree Meadow areas.  There will be a remote check in system in operation via a key coded security gate, therefore we will only accept pre booked reservations.

Covid Cancellation Policy

Our usual terms and conditions generally apply and we are unable to give refunds, but to help our valued guests during this difficult time we are supporting the following:

In the event of national lockdown and Rushcroft Farm has to close its doors to visitors we will transfer all affected bookings up to 12 months from the existing arrival date, subject to availability and seasonal price variations.  We offer this service free from any admin charges.

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You can be assured of attention to detail and a personal approach during your stay.

Lymington, with its beautiful marina and wealth of interesting shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, is only 15 minutes away from Sway.  You can also catch the regular ferry to the sunny Isle of Wight from there.  Beaulieu, with its fantastic Motor Museum and Palace, is 20 minutes drive away through the peaceful New Forest National Park with free roaming ponies and stunning wild life to spot along the way.

From Sway you can hop on a train and visit the long sandy beaches, pier, shops and night life of Bournemouth and Poole in one direction or Brockenhurst and Southampton in the other. Horses are also welcome at Rushcroft Farm.

Please telephone 07850 258790 for further details.


Here’s what Rachel wrote

“Beautiful cottage in a great location from which to explore the New Forest during the day and then enjoy relaxing evenings. The cottage was modern, clean and had everything we needed. Thank you to Lynn and Mark for their welcome.”

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