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Address: Tower Hall, Flexford Lane, Sway, Lymington, SO41 6DN

Hotel Description

With free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, this striking property offers bed and breakfast accommodation on the edge of the New Forest. Bournemouth is a 30-minute drive away. Rooms at Tower Hall are spacious and traditionally furnished, and each benefits from its own bathroom with free toiletries, a flat-screen TV, and plenty of storage space. Breakfast is served in the long marble-floored conservatory, and consists of a full English, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, and light continental options. The tranquil village of Sway is a 5-minute drive from Tower Hall, and ferry trips to the Isle of Wight can be taken from nearby Lymington. A host of leisure activities can be enjoyed in the surrounding area.

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Barton-on-Sea Golf Club - New Milton - Golf

Barton-on-Sea Golf Club - New Milton - Golf

Distance 2.73 miles (4.37 km)
Barton-on-Sea Golf Club, founded in 1897, is situated on the coastal cliff between Highcliffe and Milford-on-Sea. The current 27 holes are a combination of the original Harry Colt design from 1932 and the newer holes designed by the well-known J. Hamilton Stutt, a founder member of the Association of British Golf Course Architects which were completed in 1992. Our elegant and imposing clubhouse is truly spectacular, commanding superb views across the Solent to the Needles on the Isle of Wight, along to Old Harry Rocks at Swanage. Situated overlooking the lake and an Island green, the Clubhouse offers something for every golfer.

Highcliffe Castle - Dorset - Castle

Highcliffe Castle - Dorset - Castle

Distance 5.17 miles (8.27 km)
The Castle was built on the site previously occupied by High Cliff, a Georgian mansion designed for the 3rd Earl of Bute (a founder of Kew Gardens), with grounds laid out by Capability Brown. The Earl's fourth son, General Sir Charles Stuart who sold the estate apart from Bure Homage, a small house on its outskirts, inherited High Cliff. All that remains of High Cliff today are the two entrance lodges, presently being used as a restaurant and some of the garden walls and features on the present estate.

Mudeford Quay - Dorset - Landmark

Mudeford Quay - Dorset - Landmark

Distance 6.78 miles (10.85 km)
Only two miles from Christchurch, Mudeford is a charming fishing village lying at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour, a mecca for water-sports enthusiasts and fishermen. The picturesque quay with its lobster pots, old fishermen's' cottages and Haven House Inn has been traditionally linked with smuggling over the centuries. Nowadays it is not only the centre of the local fishing industry, where fresh fish can be bought from the fish stall, but also a beautiful spot to sit and watch the world go by. Here you can catch the ferry to Mudeford Sandbank, a unique spit of land, which adjoins Hengistbury Head, forming a natural barrier between the harbour and the open sea. It is an ideal spot for a relaxing walk and is easily reached by ferry. Stanpit Marsh is a site of Special Scientific Interest and remains an amazingly unspoilt area of harbour wetlands, which is exceptionally good for the observation and study of winter visiting birds.