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

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

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Easter at Wallops Wood Cottages

Easter at Wallops Wood Cottages Easter is always the first Sunday after the first full moon that falls on or after the Spring equinox. This year, the Easter school holidays start on Good Friday, 30th March and continue until Sunday 15th April. There is plenty to keep the children amused near the cottages.   Of…


Chinese New Year

The first day of the Chinese New Year always falls on the new moon between 21st January and 20thFebruary. Chinese New Year 2018 will therefore be on Friday, February 16th, when it will become the year of the Dog (Wùxū).  Traditionally, the festivities run for 16 days, from New Year’s Eve and ending with a…


Walk Off the Christmas Calories

Have you, like us, over-indulged over the Christmas period? We’re very lucky here at Wallops Wood Cottages to have plenty of wonderful countryside walks nearby to help us walk off the calories, including some wonderful walks with dog-friendly pubs en route! Wallops Wood Cottages are located within the South Downs National Park, rich in landscape,…


It’s Pantomime Season … oh yes it is!

It’s never too early to start thinking about which local pantomimes and shows you’re going to take the kids to this Christmas … oh no it isn’t! We’ve put together a guide to the pantomimes and festive shows nearby to help you decide where you and your loved ones should venture this Christmas!Mayflower Theatre, Southampton…


Dogs and Accessibility at our local National Trust properties

With a number of National Trust properties nearby, our cottages are a great place to stay to visit them, and many other local attractions. We welcome dog owners and guests with disabilities at Wallops Wood Cottages, but how do our local National Trust properties cater for these groups? Hinton Ampner – 9 miles This elegant…


Winchester’s Christmas Market

At the western end of the South Downs National Park, alongside the River Itchen, lies the historical city of Winchester. Winchester was born from Iron Age settlement, later developing into the Roman town of Venta Belgarum (town of the Belgae – a Gaulish tribe). In Saxon times it became known as Wintan-ceastre (the Old English…


Southampton Boat Show

The Southampton Boat Show is one of the largest on-water boat shows in Europe and the largest in the UK, attracting over 100,000 visitors. The show started in 1969 and is held annually in September in Mayflower Park. Since 1997 it has been a 10 day event – this year it is being held from…


Hampshire’s Countryside Walks

Hampshire’s Countryside Walks Hampshire’s landscape is a rich fabric of contrasts and the beauty of some of England’s most inspiring countryside and coastline can easily be experienced on foot. Open downlands, tranquil valleys, charming villages, lowland heaths, ancient woodlands and an attractive coastline can all be explored through walks in Hampshire on 3,000 miles of…


Jane Austen’s Hampshire

Jane Austen’s Hampshire Jane Austen, one of the world’s most famous authors, spent most of her life in the historic and beautiful county of Hampshire. Its houses, countryside and people provided the inspiration for many of her novels. 18th July 2017 marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death. This year is packed with exhibitions,…

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