Wallops Wood Cottages


  • Wallops Wood outside View
  • Wallops Wood living room and view
  • Wallops Wood bedroom
  • Wallops Wood hot tub
  • Wallops Wood kitchen
  • Wallops Wood outside View
  • Wallops Wood living room and view
  • Wallops Wood bedroom
  • Wallops Wood hot tub
  • Wallops Wood kitchen

Wallops Wood

Sheardley Lane, Droxford

SO32 3QY

Newly converted luxury cottages are in a tranquil location with stunning views across the Meon Valley and Isle of Wight. The cottages incorporate a tasteful blend of contemporary style and modern comforts.

Within easy reach of London, Winchester, Petersfield, Chichester, Southampton and Portsmouth, the five ground-floor self-contained cottages are completed to an outstanding standard, with quality fixture and fittings throughout including oak flooring, woodburners, free WiFi and underfloor heating fuelled by a woodchip boiler. They offer excellent accessibility (M1, M2, M3, H1 and V1) and both children and pets are welcome.

The cottages, which sleep 6-8 people, can be booked individually or as a group (up to 34 people excluding infant cots). Each cottage comprises an open plan sitting/dining room (with an extending oak table capable of seating 12) and fully equipped kitchen with microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Bedrooms are twin or super king all with TVs and en-suite shower rooms and one bathroom. French windows lead to individual enclosed gardens safe for both children and pets, with patios equipped with outdoor furniture and barbecues, a gate leading to a large shared lawn and from Valentines Day 2015 each cottage will have its own hot tub (some already do).

Located in the South Downs National Park, Wallops Wood is year-round base for walking cycling and sightseeing including National Trust properties, Marwell Zoo, Paulton’s Park, Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard, historic Winchester, Goodwood, Chichester Festival, Grange Park Opera, Beaulieu and the New Forest.

We can recommend excellent places to eat out locally, help source delicious local/seasonal ingredients through fellow members of Hampshire Fare (www.hampshirefare.co.uk), provide home-made meals for the fridge or even book a personal chef – just ask and we’ll try to meet your requirements.

Pets welcome by prior arrangement

Children welcome

Cot, highchairs and toys available

Hot tubs

Groups welcome

Off street parking

Secure bicycle storage

Wi-fi available

Dishwasher and washing machine

Linen provided free of charge

Electric cooking

Wood burning stove

Disabled access

Bathrooms adapted for guests with additional needs

Short breaks available

Weekly rate: £900-£1790 (excluding Christmas)

By road: From the A32, heading North drive through Droxford and at the crossroads with Merington's Garage (on left), turn right onto B2150 towards Hambledon and Waterlooville. Go under the railway bridge, past the “Hurdles” pub (on right) and continue for 2 miles. Turn left into Sheardley Lane, follow the signage with the Wallops Wood Cottages logo up the road, past Wallops Wood Enterprises (on left) and Wallops Wood House (on right). Gravelled parking for the cottages is signposted on the left, disabled parking is the paved area adjacent to Teal. The cottages are in alphabetical order with Early Mist the furthest from the parking.

By public transport: Train stations at Petersfield and Winchester have taxi ranks. Alternatively you can take a bus from the stations to West Meon, Hambledon or Droxford, from where we are happy to collect guests.   

Visit England 4 Star Gold Award

Green Tourism Silver Award

Visit Winchester and the Heart of Hampshire Approved Accommodation

Gold in the ‘Access for All Tourism’ category of The Beautiful South Awards 2015

Silver in the ‘Self-Catering Provider of the Year’ category of The Beautiful South Awards 2015

Read the accessibility statement for Wallops Wood here: Wallops Wood Accessibility Statement, or find out more on their website.

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