Wallops Wood, Sheardley Lane, Droxford,
Hampshire, SO32 3QY

01489 878 888

Wallops Wood, Sheardley Lane, Droxford,
Hampshire, SO32 3QY

Welcome to Wallops Wood Cottages

Self Catering Holiday Cottages in the Beautiful Hampshire South Downs

Located in the picturesque Meon Valley within the South Downs National Park, our self catering holiday cottages are an excellent base from which to explore all that Hampshire has to offer. With stunning countryside, historical buildings, charming villages and a beautiful coastline, there's something for everyone.

With 8 self-catering cottages on site, we can cater for groups of all sizes, from families of 4 up to large groups of 54, as we can accommodate groups in several cottages. All our cottages are dog friendly and have their own personal hot tub. Seven of our cottages are accessible and disabled friendly.

Our new indoor swimming pool is now open to our guests. The 13 x 6 metre pool, with integrated jacuzzi, is 1.4 metres deep and heated to a lovely 30 °C. Perfect for both exercise and play, the pool and jacuzzi are leveldecked and both have disabled access with a hoist.

Guests can see our Local Area pages for information on nearby attractions, museums, towns, walks and much more. You can also see What's On in the vicinity during your stay.

Please contact us on (+44 ) 01489 878888 for further information about our cottages, or you can check availability for your preferred dates.

News / Blog

Blonde straw fields with bales around Wallops Wood

Portrait of Wallops Wood Cottages staff. Liz our bookings manager

The first in our series of Portrait of Staff at Wallops Wood Cottages, Liz was known (and still is) as the powerhouse behind the bookings!   I don’t know Liz very well as I only started working at Wallops Wood Cottages a few weeks before she retired, but she was ( still is) definitely the…

Sunsets that take your breath away

Harvest season is underway in the Meon Valley and South Downs

Harvest season is underway in the Meon Valley and South Downs As I was walking around the Wallops Wood fields counting up butterflies for the Big Butterfly Count, the low rumbling of the John Dere’s could be heard in the background.  Harvest and baling in the Meon Valley was in full swing! Seasons in the…

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Magnificent May

  Two fantastic festivals are held locally in May – the Beltain Festival and the Alresford Watercress Festival. Beltain is the ancient Celtic celebration to mark the beginning of summer.Butser Ancient Farm hosts their annual Festival on Saturday 5th May. Each year, visitors can expect a fantastic afternoon/evening of entertainment and refreshments culminating with the…