Wallops Wood Cottages



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Sheardley Lane, Droxford, Hampshire, SO32 3QY

Tel: +44 (0)1489 878888

Wallops Wood Cottages


Award-winning 4* GOLD contemporary, ground-floor, self-catering cottages in converted farm buildings overlooking the South Downs National Park,  With individual hots tubs, a brand new indoor heated swimming pool and accessible hoist. Designed with accessibility, families and pets in mind, they are an ideal year-round base for walking, cycling and sightseeing.

Within easy reach of London, Winchester, Petersfield, Chichester, Southampton and Portsmouth, the eight ground-floor self-contained cottages are completed to an outstanding standard, with oak flooring and with underfloor heating, woodburners and complimentary WiFi. The cottages are individually rated (M1, M2, M3, H1 and V1) under the National Accessible Scheme and both children and pets are welcome and specially catered for.

The cottages, which sleep 4-8 people, can be booked individually or as a group (up to 54 people excluding infant cots) ideal for multi-generational gatherings, celebrations or corporate get-togethers. Each cottage comprises an open plan sitting/dining room and fully equipped kitchen with microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer. All bedrooms are twin or super kingsize, with TVs and en-suite shower rooms and one communally accessible bathroom. Individual enclosed gardens, safe for both children and pets, are equipped with hot tubs, outdoor furniture and barbecues and access to a large shared lawn.

Guests consistently comment on how comfortable and well equipped the cottages are, with friendly and helpful staff and owners. Guest also mention the extremely well appointed kitchens, the fabulous views from the hot tubs and what a relaxing place it is to stay.

Wallops Wood Cottages can recommend excellent award winning places to eat out locally, help source delicious local/seasonal ingredients through fellow members of Hampshire Fare, provide home-made meals for the fridge or even book a personal chef.

The cottages offer bike storage, outdoor washing facilities and puncture repair kits and are only about 2.5 miles away from Old Winchester Hill on the South Downs Way. They have a cycling page on their website which gives information such as a local repair shop that can come to the cottages to do bike repairs, local off road bike routes, GPS cycle routes and maps.


Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Off Peak£700.00 per unit per week

**Cottages are available from £700 per week at off peak times, in a 2 bed cottage and short breaks are available at certain times of year. Please check website for availability and pricing or contact unwind@wallopswoodcottages.co.uk for more information
Early Mist (M1, H1, V1) - 4 bed
Hedgehunter (M2, H1, V1) - 4 bed
Glenside (M1, H1, V1) - 3 bed
Sundew (M1, H1, V1) - 3 bed
Teal (M3, H1, V1) - 3 bed
Skeldale (M1, H1, V1) – 4 bed
Silver Birch (M3, H1, V1) - 4 bed
Woodbrook (M3, H1, V1) - 2 bed


Establishment Features

  • Dogs welcome

Leisure Facilities

  • Indoor pool - Indoor heated pool with accessible hoists into pool and jacuzzi Hot tubs


Map & Directions

Road Directions

From A32 at Droxford, enter B2150 to Hambledon and Waterlooville (opposite Merington’s Garage). G0 under the bridge, turn left past “Hurdles” pub. After 1 mile turn left onto Sheardley Lane, Wallops Wood Cottages are ½ mile up road, on left, after Skeldale.

Public Transport Directions

Train Stations at Petersfield and Winchester. Buses from stations to West Meon, Hambledon, and Droxford Collections then available upon arrival.


  • 4 Visit England Stars
4 Visit England Stars


  • Visit England Awards -Annual Gold Annual Gold 2018
  • Green Tourism Business Scheme -Green Business Bronze Green Business Bronze 2023
  • Regional and Miscellaneous -TripAdvisor - Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor - Certificate of Excellence 2018
  • Visit England Awards -Visit England 2018 - Dog Friendly Business of the Year Visit England 2018 - Dog Friendly Business of the Year 2018
  • Regional and Miscellaneous -Rural Business Awards Highly Commended 2017 Rural Business Awards Highly Commended 2017 2017
  • Regional and Miscellaneous -Beautiful South Awards Winners 2019/20 - Gold Beautiful South Awards Winners 2019/20 - Gold 2019
  • Tourism South East Award -The Beautiful South - Awards for Excellence 2020 - 2021 Silver The Beautiful South - Awards for Excellence 2020 - 2021 Silver 2021
  • Regional and Miscellaneous -Green Tourism Award - Gold Green Tourism Award - Gold
  • Tourism South East Award -Tourism South East Member 24/25 - Bronze Tourism South East Member 24/25 - Bronze 2024

Opening Times

Open Christmas
2024 (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

Low 4th Jan - 9th Feb
10th-25th Feb
31st Oct - 20th Dec

Mid 26th Feb - 24th March
23rd Sept - 20th Oct

Mid-High 25th March - 26th May
6th June - 24th June
5th Sept - 22nd Sept
21st- 30th Oct

High 27th May - 5th June
25th June - 4th Sept

Xmas 21st Dec - 3rd Jan 2017

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