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Wallops Wood Cottages


Luxurious cottages with hot tubs in gorgeous rural Hampshire

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at Wallops Wood Cottages

Located in the picturesque Meon Valley within the South Downs National Park, Wallops Wood Cottages is an excellent base from which to explore all that Hampshire has to offer. With stunning countryside, charming villages and a beautiful coastline, made all the more enjoyable by having a luxury cottage and fantastic facilities to return home to.

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What we think

"The perfect place to spend quality time as a family doing things you wouldn’t normally find time to. It’s also difficult to find activities and holiday suitable for all ages but this place nailed it - our 16 year old loved it as much as our 8 year old. I particularly enjoyed the wine and local beer which is made down the road… all in all a great experience and we would happily visit again."

The kids say...

"I liked the swimming pool because it’s a good place to swim and relax. You get to spend loads of fun time with your family and I used the postcards they have there to write to my grandparents."


Reviewed by

Angela & family

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Hot tubs Hot tubs
  • Babysitting Babysitting
  • Wifi Wifi





Wallops Wood Cottages has eight cottages that are V1 and H1 rated - all ground floor accessibility with accessible parking. Three cottages are M3A rated, one is M2 rated and the four remaining are M1 rated. The indoor swimming pool has an accessible hoist and changing room and toilet. There is an extensive list of disability equipment available and specialist equipment and care services can be arranged.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Local train stations are Hedge End, Petersfield, Botley. With direct and non-direct trains from across the UK.

By road

Travel from around two hours from London via the M3, three hours from Birmingham via M40 and A34 or via the A34 from the North.

By air

Southampton Airport is the closest, hire a car from there and it’s approximately a 30 minute drive.

About the owners


Listed since September 2019

The Graham family have been farmers here since 1938. Converting the 1950’s farm buildings and shepherd's cottage in 2014. We've tried to create a real home-from-home, with the emphasis on 'access for all' irrespective of age or physical ability. We are very lucky to live in such a beautiful part of England, we love sharing our knowledge and enthusiasm for the area with our guests.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • Walking or cycling in the South Downs National Park is a must, and it is right on Wallops Wood’s doorstep.

  • Peppa Pig World and Marwell Zoo are fantastic family attractions – particularly popular with little ones.

  • Take a trip to Blue Reef Aquarium in Southsea for a fabulous day out.

  • Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is a wonderful place to visit, with many family activities year round.

  • The Weald and Downland Museum is a living museum with animals and children's activities. Fun and educational!

  • Rockup in Whiteley is another family favorite. Great for burning energy on a rainy day – there are climbing walls suitable for all abilities.