Providing accessible accommodation to our guests has been an important part of Wallops Wood from the outset so we’re really pleased that we can welcome guests with disabilities and their families to our cottages on a regular basis. Wallops Wood is located in the heart of the Hampshire countryside and means that getting around the county from countryside to coast is easy and everyone can enjoy walks and days out without having to travel too far.
Here are some suggestions for accessible walks and days out that all the family can enjoy.
The Accessible Countryside for Everyone website lists many places across the county for walks and days out. Check out the comprehensive list here.
The New Forest National Park website has a useful list of graded walks in the New Forest with varying degrees of accessibility. View the list here.
The New Forest Tourism website lists many more walks including walks around some of the New Forest towns such as Brockenhurst and Lymington.
Walks with Wheelchairs is a really useful site listing many walks with maps and description of the route. This walk around the pretty town of Emsworth and its harbour is great for wheelchair users.
Visit Winchester has an accessible walk around the city with a downloadable pdf guide. You can find out more here.
There are many more walks in our last blog post some which may also be accessible or suitable for wheelchair users. You can read our post on Wonderful Walks Around Hampshire here.
There are also many accessible attractions within the South Downs National Park which include:
Gilbert White’s House in Selborne is a museum and garden celebrating the work of the pioneering naturalist, ecologist and ornithologist.
Hinton Ampner National Trust House near Alresford, just a short drive from Wallops Wood.
The Weald & Downland Living Museum near Chichester. Further information on accessibility at the museum can be found here.
The Novium Museum in Chichester is fully accessible for wheelchair users. Find out more here.