Guests love bringing their dogs to Wallops Wood, and it’s no wonder as they get spoilt as much as you do! We love dogs and want them to enjoy their holiday with you. All of our accommodation is dog friendly including our woodland houses at Grenville and our glamping shepherd’s huts. However, 5 of our cottages have enclosed gardens that open straight onto our meadow, perfect if you want to bring your dog with you.
Our meadow (only available to guests staying in the cottages) is huge – a large space for your dog to run around in. You can use the area how you wish, some guests enjoy picnicking in this space and it’s also perfect for the kids to play in.
The Cottages with Enclosed Gardens
Early Mist – This group friendly holiday cottage sleeps 8 and has the most fabulous southerly and westerly views from 3 of the bedrooms. There is parking by the entrance to the cottage and a large patio area with a hot tub. Perfect for family get togethers.
Glenside – Perfect for families, this cosy cottage sleeps 6 and has panoramic views towards the Isle of Wight. There is a large patio area for al fresco dining, a lawned garden area and gate into the meadow.
Hedgehunter is one of our larger cottages and sleeps 8. The views of the Meon valley from the garden are fabulous and worth sitting outside for on a sunny evening. The cottage also has good disabled access and a wet room.
Sundew is a perfect size for families and their dog! Spacious and comfortable, this cottage has amazing views from the enclosed garden which opens directly onto the meadow. Sundew sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms.
Teal – our most accessible cottage and ideal for multi generation families. Beautiful views from two of the bedrooms and patio area it is perfect for accessible guests and their dogs. Teal also sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms.
Dog Welcome Pack
As well as receiving your own welcome pack, your dog gets his own too! The dog welcome pack includes:
- Dog bowls
- Bed and towel
- Complimentary treats
- Complimentary toy
- Sofa throw
- Dog tag
This saves you bringing your own bedding and bowls which can take up valuable space in your car. The sofa throws make sure that the sofas are kept clean if your dog decides to join you for a cuddle in the evening. You can use the dog tag which has the Wallops Wood details on it just in case your dog decides to go and explore the area on his own!
When it comes to walks you’re spoilt for choice! There are several you can take from the cottage door without having to drive at all. You can find these walks here and they are also available in your cottage on laminated cards. If it’s rather muddy when you go out, you’ll find a hot and cold tap in the parking area of the cottages. You can use this area to wash your dog and dry him off before heading back inside.
Being situated in the South Downs national park, you’ll find many more walks in the area with more on our blog, which you can read below:
Running, Cycling & Walking Trails in Hampshire
Local Country Parks in Hampshire
Dog Friendly Cafes & Restaurants
You can find out more about bringing your dog to Wallops Wood on our Dogs page and what is included for them. We also have Dog Rules, just to make sure everyone enjoys their stay, so please take the time to read them. If you have any questions about bringing your dog to Wallops Wood please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 01489 878888 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re planning on a spring break, dogs can stay for free until 31st March.