Chapel Hill meadow

Wallops Wood is well situated for some fantastic walks, including several that you can take straight from the doorstep of your cottage with no driving required! Being located in the heart of the South Downs National Park, we’re quite spoilt for choice for good walks around here, and they can be adapted to suit you…

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Thomas the Tank Engine at the Watercress Line

With many attractions now fully open, it means that there’s a lot more to do and enjoy in Hampshire this upcoming half term holiday.  Below is a list of attractions local to Wallops Wood, and you can find out more about what’s on when clicking through to the relevant website. You will need to book…

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Enjoy a Coffee & Cake

When it comes to going out for lunch or tea and cake, we’re quite spoilt for choice in the area. There are some fantastic cafés and tea rooms, some rather quirky and well worth a visit. Who can’t resist a freshly baked cake or a breakfast of crispy bacon and eggs? 😋 We have included opening…

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The Shoe, Exton

We’re very lucky to have a great selection of pubs within an easy drive from Wallops Wood. Not only do many of our guests enjoy a drink or meal out while staying here, but our staff also look forward to getting together for occasional drinks after work. The pubs were much missed while closed in…

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Children playing at Wallops Wood

One of the best things about having a holiday at Wallops Wood is that you’ll never be short of things to do. There’s plenty to entertain the whole family, from activities on the doorstep to attractions a little further away. Here are a few ideas to get you started. If taking it easy is more…

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Dark Skies at Wallops Wood

Wallops Wood is located in the heart of the South Downs which is also a designated International Dark Sky Reserve. This means we’re incredibly fortunate to have little light pollution and skies dark enough for some amazing stargazing 🌟 🛸 The South Downs Dark Skies Festival is held annually to celebrate these dark skies, and…

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Old Winchester Hill

We’re surrounded by amazing countryside at Wallops Wood. Not only is it helping us get through these difficult times, but the guests who stayed between lockdowns have also commented on how beautiful the area is and how much they’ve enjoyed being here. In many cases, being away from the stress we’re all facing in our…

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Pumpkin carving at Wallops Wood

We’re running our children’s pumpkin carving competition for guests staying at Wallops Wood Cottages this week and next week 🎃 🎃 Post photo/s of carved pumpkins onto social media and tag us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #whatsonatwallopswood Place your masterpiece on the steps leading to the meadow and we’ll showcase them…

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Children Playing

With the school holidays over, now’s the time for families with pre-school age children to visit Wallops Wood! There’s still plenty going on and lots to do in the area if you have young children. Here’s a selection of some of the local attractions for a family day out. Don’t forget to check online beforehand…

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Weald & Downland Living Museum

There’s no shortage of things to do close to Wallops Wood and around Hampshire with many attractions and places to visit for days out. These include museums, galleries, castles, houses and gardens – something for everyone to enjoy. Below is just a small selection of attractions to visit, more ideas can be found on the…

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