Do You Need to Work While On Holiday?

As working patterns have changed dramatically over the last few months, more of us are finding ourselves working from home. This means that some of our guests may be bringing work with them, whether it’s answering a few emails in between outings or having to work a few longer hours during their stay. For some it also means a bit of a change of scenery from working at the kitchen table!

We have superfast fibre broadband at Wallops Wood, so all of our cottages have excellent wifi speeds, perfect for work or other online activities such as streaming or gaming. Plus many other facilities you may need if you do find yourself catching up with work while ‘on holiday’.

There’s plenty of space if you need to work at the cottages

Facilities at the Cottages

If you’ve found yourself spending rather too much time in front of a screen than you would like, there’s plenty to help you relax after a day’s work. All of our cottages have their own hot tub, ideal to wind down in and enjoy the beautiful scenery that surrounds Wallops Wood or even the stars! You can also book a slot for a swim in our lovely heated pool. If it’s a bit chilly outside, then light the wood burner and put your feet up on the sofa!

If getting away from the cottage to take in some fresh air is your way of relaxing, make the most of the wonderful walks and cycling routes that can be taken directly from the cottages. Being located in the Meon Valley in the South Downs, there are plenty of scenic routes to explore, many of which can involve a stop off at a local café or pub. Each cottage has laminated cards for walks that you can take out with you, whatever the weather.

Find out more about what is provided in each cottage.

hot tub with a view
Hedgehunter Cottage has amazing views over the South Downs

If you do find yourself needing to work while staying at Wallops Wood, we hope you find you have everything you need to work efficiently. But most importantly, you can relax at the end of the day and really enjoy your stay.

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