Holiday with your horse

Rushcroft, provides outstanding accommodation for up to four horses and 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.  

Bring your horse to Rushcroft Farm and enjoy the miles of country trails that the New Forest National Park has to offer. There is also a beautiful outside 40 x 20 menage with an assortment of jumps that you can use.  Visitors can camp in their own horse lorry / tent from 23rd May to 4th September, regretfully we are unable to accept groups exceeding two units with a combined total of 4 adults and 4 children.  Alternatively why not rent our luxurious cottages which are available at any time of the year.  

Close to turnout, you will never need to be far from your horse.  Our cosy shepherds hut is the perfect romantic place to enjoy time away with your horse as it overlooks the fields that your horses will be grazing in.

Enjoy miles and miles of off road riding, some great pub rides through the forest from your doorstep or fulfil that dream of a sunrise beach ride.  Highcliffe beach is only a short trailer trip away.  

Situated in 20 acres of beautiful countryside behind the village of Sway, we are only a short ride from the open forest in one direction and minutes from the village in the other, making Rushcroft Farm the perfect location for both human and our equine friends.

Dogs are welcome (maximum 2 per unit) but must be kept on leads at all times whilst on the farm.  Dogs must not be left at the farm unattended at any time.

 



Horse Lorry

Stay in your lorry. Cost per night is £25 including 2 adults. Horses are £25 per night each. Electric Hook Up is limited (and an extra cost of £4 per night) please check availability with the owner prior to booking. Some owners may prefer to camp or for a more luxurious stay, rent one of our cottages - prices as per the web site.   More info, availability and booking...



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