Sway Taxis

Sway Taxis

​Taxis in Sway, New Forest

​We are an Airport transfer and local taxi company based in New Forest near Sway, Hampshire. We offer professional transport services in Sway and the surrounding villages of New Forest. Our staff is dedicated to providing customers with quick and reliable transportation services. Our fleet consists of 4, 6, 7 and 8-seat vehicles to Executive cars that can meet your individual needs.

Station Taxis are fully licensed and registered. Our vehicles are well maintained, and relevant authorities regularly inspect meters. We pride ourselves on providing better, safer, and more friendly taxi services at competitive prices.

​We provide 24-hour local and airport transfer services and use the latest technology to stay in touch with our drivers.

Sway Taxis: Our Drivers

Our drivers—Ooops … YOUR drivers are committed to providing the best service to all customers regardless of distance. All your drivers are well-trained, CRB-checked, and fully licensed.

Sway Taxis: Our Vehicles

Our fleet of cars ranges from 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8-seaters to mobility cars to Executive cars. Vehicles are carefully maintained so that you can have the most comfortable and safest ride possible.

Sway Attractions

Sway, a village in Hampshire within the New Forest National Park, England, was established as a civil parish in 1879, with its roots dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. Known for its shops, pubs, and railway station, Sway is also famous for the 66-meter Sway Tower, a 19th-century concrete folly. The village’s location offers access to the New Forest’s woodland and heathland, providing a rich biodiversity and scenic landscapes. Historically, Sway appeared in the Domesday Book and has connections to monastic lands, evolving through various ownerships over the centuries. St Luke’s Church and multiple recreational clubs highlight the community’s active and cultural engagement. The area’s historical and architectural significance and natural beauty make Sway a noteworthy and charming place. (Source: Wikipedia)