In line with government guidance, Wallops Wood Cottages is now open. New measures have been introduced in response to COVID-19. Please visit their website for up to date information.
Award winning 4* Gold converted luxury cottages 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 with individual hot tubs, indoor heated swimming pool and jacuzzi, with accessibility in mind.
Within easy reach of London, Winchester and Portsmouth, the eight ground-floor self-contained cottages are completed to high standards. Quality fixture and fittings throughout including oak flooring, woodburners, free Wi-Fi and underfloor heating. They offer excellent accessibility (M1, M2, M3, H1 and V1). Children and pets are welcome.
The cottages sleep 4-8 people, can be booked individually or as a group (up to 54 people excluding infant cots). Each cottage has an open plan sitting/dining room (with extending oak tables capable of seating 12 or 34). Fully equipped kitchens with microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Bedrooms are twin or super king all with TVs, ensuite shower rooms and one bathroom.
Located in the South Downs National Park, Wallops Wood is a year-round base for walking cycling and sightseeing.
Weekly Rate £590 – £ 2500
By road: From the A32 heading north, drive through Droxford. At the crossroads with Merington’s Garage (on the left), turn right onto B2150 towards Hambledon/Waterlooville.
Go under the railway bridge and continue for 2 miles.
Turn left into Sheardley Lane, follow the Wallops Wood Cottages signage up the road, past Wallops Wood offices (on the left) and Wallops Wood House (on the right).
Disabled parking is on the paved area.
Wallops Wood is proud to to celebrate being announced as Green Tourism Gold Winner 2020 and VisitEngland’s Awards for Excellence 2020 Silver Award for National Self-Catering Accommodation of the Year.
They also have two Gold awards in the Beautiful South Awards for Excellence 2019-2020, one for Self Catering Accommodation of the Year and the other for The Accessible and Inclusive Tourism Award.
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