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

01489 878 888

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

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Wallops Wood loves entertaining and we can organise a chef for your family get together

Christmas is only 7 weeks away – order your Wallops Wood turkey now!

Christmas is coming to Wallops Wood Cottages!  Order your turkey now! We have sent everyone an email with our price list of turkeys, hams and other gorgeousness for the Christmas table. With less than seven weeks until Christmas we are starting to gear up towards the holiday season and are very much looking forward to welcoming…

Wallops Wood Cottages are award winners!

Wallops Wood Cottages are award winners!

Wallops Wood is Visit England ROSE Award winner! What a roller coaster two weeks we have had at Wallops Wood HQ! Award winners for the month of October makes us the perfect place to staycation with! First we get short listed for the regional Beautiful South Awards for Accessibility, for Customer Service and Self Catering…

Bentley the sausage dog at Wallops Wood Cottages September

Dogs go FREE offer at Wallops Wood!

**** DOGS GO FREE OFFER**** If you book a mid-week stay (Tues/Wed/Thur) OR a weekend with us at Wallops Wood Cottages your four legged best friends can stay for FREE! Dog Welcome Basket is FREE ! Includes: a complimentary Kong toy to chew, play and throw about AND chicken liver nuggets that are pawww-lickin’ good 😉🐾🐩🐕…

Superb view of rolling fields across the meon Valley at Wallops Wood Cottages Wallops Wood

Walks in the South Downs National Park from your doorstep !

The walks in the South Downs National Park from your doorstep when you stay with us at Wallops Wood have just been published. We have laminated these for each cottage, you will find them on the small tables near the entrance or the chests of drawers.  However here is a link for you to download…

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 go-to…

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…

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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…

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Hampshire Watercress

Hampshire Watercress The clear, chalk-filtered streams of Hampshire are the ideal environment for growing watercress, with the Georgian market town of Alresford being England’s watercress capital. It was the coming of the railway in 1865 that allowed the industry to thrive, with the ability to transport the crop quickly to London and the Midlands without…

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