Our guests love bringing their dogs to Wallops Wood on holiday with them, and we enjoy welcoming them. After all, they’re as much a member of the family as everyone else. To make new year more special we’re inviting our guests to bring their dog for free for stays until 31st March 2023 🐶
Doggy Welcome Pack
Your dog will be incredibly spoilt during his stay at Wallops Wood. To begin your stay, not only do you get a welcome pack on arrival, but your dog does too! The doggy welcome pack includes a complimentary toy, some tasty treats, a blanket and sofa throws to use to cover the chairs and sofas in your cottage, a towel, poop scoop and bags, and a water bowl so you don’t have to remember to bring your own.
There are many opportunities for walks whether you’re after a quick run around for them or a longer walk in the area. Alongside the cottages is a meadow area where your dog can have a good run around without having to go very far, plus there are several tracks you can take around the Wallops Wood estate.
When it comes to longer walks, there’s plenty to choose from. We’re surrounded by beautiful countryside and there are a number of good footpaths and tracks allowing you to explore and go a little further afield. You will find several dog walks on laminated cards in your cottage and you can also find them to download here.
On your return you can wash your dog down using our warm outside tap so he is mud free before going back to your cottage. Don’t forget you can also use the towel provided in your welcome pack.
Days Out With Your Dog
If you fancy a day out with your dog, there are also some local attractions that will welcome all of you to enjoy the day. Dog friendly attractions include local National Trust properties such as Mottisfont and Hinton Ampner. Dogs are also allowed at the Weald & Downland Living Museum.
The gardens and country parks that allow dogs include Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Staunton Park and Exbury Gardens. You can find out more about dog friendly attractions on our blog.
There are also a number of tea rooms, cafes and restaurants in the area that allow dogs, so you can also enjoy a meal out and not worry about leaving your pooch behind! You can find out more about eating out with your dog on our blog post here. Don’t forget many of our local pubs are also dog friendly but do check about seating if booking a meal.
Please contact us for further information and to find out more about our offer on tel: 01489 878888 or firstname.lastname@example.org